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BANGKOK 20 June 2019 14:34
Khun Ed

Stopped On Re-entry For Too Many Tourist Visas

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I had something similar written on my arrival card in both Thai and English .

"Only allowed to stay for 14 days" it had written on the arrival card .

I stayed for 30 days and extended my visa and stayed for another 30 days 

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As far I know they tend to scribble this in people their passport in case they attempt to return without any visa at all.
So with other words; you should be fine when returning with a visa, still I would avoid airports.

I been quite notorious with my visa's and overstays in the past and they scribbled all kind of things, no issue.
I always stick to the rule of the thumb with 2 tourist visa's, 2 border runs per year though, certainly when from near by countries.

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Has anyone ever got or heard about anyone getting a 24 hour visa ?

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2 minutes ago, sanemax said:

Has anyone ever got or heard about anyone getting a 24 hour visa ?

 

Don't think thats a thing by law nor that they have the authority to come up with this non sense at all.

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The big issue for me was am I on some kind of black list? What are my options. Can I apply for a tourist visa in the UK so I can come back in a few month to get an ed visa or a marriage cert?

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3 minutes ago, Khun Ed said:

The big issue for me was am I on some kind of black list? What are my options. Can I apply for a tourist visa in the UK so I can come back in a few month to get an ed visa or a marriage cert?

Grow some balls and just come back with a visa, you will most likely be fine. Certainly if not via airport.

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23 minutes ago, sanemax said:

Does the I.O have the legal right to write that in your passport?

Make a compliant to the British Embassy that he defaced your passport 

Are you serious? 

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4 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Are you serious? 

i guess he is, there's no law giving them any authority here to cut down visa times.

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1 minute ago, ThomasThBKK said:

i guess he is, there's no law giving them any authority here to cut down visa times.

Well it was more about defacement wrt writing in there. I doubt that is a problem to get the Ambassador involved in!

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