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10 hours ago, SpanishExpat said:

As it‘s all about Kharma in Thailand. Sooner or later she we meet a farang who has influential contacts in Thailand. Contacts who will make her loose her face and that will end in a desaster for her. Hope she will get that encounter sooner than later.

She's been getting away with it for a while. Same one I encountered in 2014 when the visa exempt problems started. Nasty piece of work.

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8 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

You would need to be outside the country when you posted the video or be prepared to face an ugly backlash,as I’m sure they would attempt trace down the IP address for investigation 

Wth their IT skills? Good luck with that.

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19 hours ago, ryanhull said:

I guess the head in that room was a very angry tom boy

They all are

i have problems with them i have never ever met a polite civil one yet maybe its drugs they take or the corset they wear  to flatten their chest is too tight ,or simply  maybe just something wrong with them.

 

Either way they are trouble!

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I got a hard time at Don Mueang with a woman IO a while back telling me I not do things right. Without going into too much detail she eventually gave me 60 days so why all the fuss. 

What gets me is you get a tourist Visa from the Thai Embassy and pay for it so why should it be questioned when you get to the airport and in some cases denied entrance. Surely this should be done on application with a reason for denial? 

Also if they were going to put me in a locked room I would request to see someone from the UK Embassy.

Normally when I go to Thailand I stay in a hotel for the first night and have a flight booked for the next day to Roi Et so that would be less of money just because of the neanderthal methods in Thailand 

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20 hours ago, ryanhull said:

Just like in the west, people break up.... I would not change having my son in any case he is the best thing in my life and I 100% look after him. I appreciate your entitled to your own opinion I just think your wrong. I might also add my ex wife and I have a good friendship still and she does not use our son as a pawn, which alot of women in the west would. If you read my post, you would see I do raise my son here, he is a very clever young lad and very happy with life, and I also take full responsibility for him including paying his school fees and the rest. I think that is kind of going off topic of my post however and to be quite frank is none of your business. Thanks all the same though.

That's good and I hope (your business really) you have a long-term plan so that you can be near him for the long-term future. 

 

Yes visa stuff is getting complicated which is why it's in your best interests to put the time into building a plan which can bring long-term success and happiness all round.

 

Do you work here at all? Have you considered legally working here with the aim of getting PR? Just some thoughts.

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22 hours ago, ukrules said:

Someone should get this kind of treatment on video and publish it far and wide on the internet.

 

I wonder if I can buy a tiny wireless video camera that can be hidden inside a pair of glasses, etc and record onto a phone - something like this would be perfect to expose all sorts of crazy stuff that goes on.  I'm going to buy one of these if I can find it.

Concealed in sun glassses, got mine at Pantip Plaza in Bangkok. I for get the price but between 1100 to 1500 baht. Takes photo or video. Can also Google SpyPens, they look like an ordinary pen but will record audio and video/photosSpyPens.jpg.36ea5514f1a6be47c593b3ee1b21c69a.jpg69433058_2615384618548814_1448381792481443840_n.thumb.jpg.40b1871f15cf627b6255983449ecd09d.jpg

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55 minutes ago, dougiemac52 said:

Also if they were going to put me in a locked room I would request to see someone from the UK Embassy.

Good luck with that. They won’t be interested in helping someone being denied entry.

 

59 minutes ago, dougiemac52 said:

What gets me is you get a tourist Visa from the Thai Embassy and pay for it so why should it be questioned when you get to the airport and in some cases denied entrance. Surely this should be done on application with a reason for denial? 

And what happens if the applicant cleans their passport to blag a visa and the IO then sees the full history when they try to enter. 

 

A visa does not guarantee entry. The decision is always down to the IO.

 

MFA website: “10.  Royal Thai Embassies and Royal Thai Consulates-General have the authority to issue visas to foreigners for travel to Thailand.  The authority to permit entry and stay in Thailand, however, is with the immigration officers.  In some cases, the immigration officer may not permit foreigner holding a valid visa entry into Thailand should the immigration officer find reason to believe that he or she falls into the category of aliens prohibited from entering Thailand under the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979).”

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23 hours ago, ukrules said:

Someone should get this kind of treatment on video and publish it far and wide on the internet.

 

I wonder if I can buy a tiny wireless video camera that can be hidden inside a pair of glasses, etc and record onto a phone - something like this would be perfect to expose all sorts of crazy stuff that goes on.  I'm going to buy one of these if I can find it.

Was just thinking the same. Would make a good TAT commercial. 

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On 8/23/2019 at 5:23 PM, ryanhull said:

My question is, has she really blocked my extension? would you try anyway?

I'd try and extend, same as usual.

They can only say no.

 

And if they do say no, just fly to HCMC and get a 90 day non-o to see your son.

No financials required, just his birth cert and copy of his house book entry.

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3 hours ago, elviajero said:

A visa does not guarantee entry. The decision is always down to the IO.

 

MFA website: “10.  Royal Thai Embassies and Royal Thai Consulates-General have the authority to issue visas to foreigners for travel to Thailand.  The authority to permit entry and stay in Thailand, however, is with the immigration officers.  In some cases, the immigration officer may not permit foreigner holding a valid visa entry into Thailand should the immigration officer find reason to believe that he or she falls into the category of aliens prohibited from entering Thailand under the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979).”

I agree with your sentiment, however, I cannot condone the behavior exhibted by Tha Immigration Offices when denying eyntryy.   They need to treat each indivudal with  dignity and courtesy and with a full explanation of why they are being enied entry.  

 

Raising one's voice. speaking in a hostile manner; using the Immigration law that does not apply to the situation and generally acting in a manner which places the aplicant in a situation that cannot be  apealed showed a complete lack of  professionalism and actually is against the Thai Constitution and the Immigration Law.

 

Eventually, some person entering will  ;use an audio or video and place this on social media and it will expose the unprofessional atmosphrer and that single video will go viral and destroy Thailand's tourism industry for decades. That clock is ticking .

 

 

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On 8/23/2019 at 7:39 PM, ryanhull said:

at one point she even threw my passport at my head lol...

Sorry I don't understand, why is an IO assaulting you a case of lol?

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Yoy should wright a suspension book about this😀😀😀

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On 8/23/2019 at 2:39 PM, ryanhull said:

Hi BuckBee it was, quite a nasty piece of work makes me wonder if it is the same women, I think she was quite high ranked, fairly old looking, very prison warden type look to her

 On what basis do you judge her as "very prison warden type look to her"? Been in prison to have such great insight about a warden's looks? There is some section of immigration law that says convicted felons are not to be allowed in this country. They should really think about interlinking immigration databases with those of international police systems. Hopefully in the future.

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16 hours ago, dougiemac52 said:

What gets me is you get a tourist Visa from the Thai Embassy and pay for it so why should it be questioned when you get to the airport and in some cases denied entrance.

Is there not a possibility that the Embassy has lesser facilities to check you out, than the Immigration Officer at the airport? They work for completely different government offices. 

More surprising is that a person is hassled, then let in anyway! 

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