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Group of Indians and Ethiopians deemed not genuine tourists - denied entry by immigration

 

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Immigration police at Suvarnabhumi airport denied entry to 12 Indians and 3 Ethiopians trying to get into the country on Monday.

 

They were clearly not tourists and threatened the kingdom with losses and potential damage to society, reported Naew Na. 

 

They were found to have neither money nor insurance contravening a swathe of immigration regulations.

 

They were all denied entry and sent back to their home countries. 

 

It's not clear why this particular incident was reported by Thai media.

 

It's not uncommon for an immigration official to deny entry to someone who they believe is not a genuine tourist.

 

If an immigration official suspects someone may not be a genuine tourist they will often ask them to show they have enough funds to support their stay in Thailand, as well asking for proof of a hotel booking and onward travel. 

 

Source: Naew Na

 

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1 minute ago, Seismic said:

What immigration regulation is contravened by tourists not having insurance ??

The one that Wilmer Fudd on immigration desk just made up in his head.

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46 minutes ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

Immigration police at Suvarnabhumi airport denied entry to 12 Indians and 3 Ethiopians trying to get into the country on Monday.

Not worry, they'll be back by the end of the month with a letter changed in their name

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17 minutes ago, Seismic said:

What immigration regulation is contravened by tourists not having insurance ??

You don't really have to have any particular immigration laws to use your discretions and training to spot people who are not genuine in their respective intentions when entering a country and it's the same in every country around the world...

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1 hour ago, ezzra said:

You don't really have to have any particular immigration laws to use your discretions and training to spot people who are not genuine in their respective intentions when entering a country and it's the same in every country around the world...

So, what does your answer have to do with the question I asked ???

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2 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

It's not clear why this particular incident was reported by Thai media

In my POV. The immigration is only publicizing his job. This is not news.... 

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They were clearly not tourists and threatened the kingdom with losses and potential damage to society, reported Naew Na.  impossible to damage the irreparable 

 

They were found to have neither money nor insurance contravening a swathe of immigration regulations.  The swathe of regulations including wrong colour more like🤔 

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20 minutes ago, Samuel Smith said:

12 Indians?

 

Hope Thailand realizes that's 3 bottles of coke sales lost for each day they were planning to stay.

Just the 3 bottles? Does that mean they're bringing their own straws now?

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2 hours ago, lemonjelly said:

One day proclaiming that the Indians will save tourism, the next not letting them in..... classic 

It was RICH Indians they wanted !, not the genuine ones !!!

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