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5 hours ago, madmen said:

Why can't you upload a pic of the stamp and what was written in you're passport. you were asked several Page's back ??

I guess it's great for the owners of the site but a little integrity could be shown by requiring these type of threads to prove their accusations. Another crock of BS imo.

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That`s simply not true! Noone with a decent job/property in Thailand gets denied from the Germany Embassy in Bangkok. That counts for tourists with a fixed itinerary and thai gf`s coming for a visit. But what do you expect, when some low-class woman without a job or a sub 20k Baht job goes to the embassy, asks them for the maximum stay, tells them she and her teerak met during his 2 weeks holiday in Thailand and so on? lol Those are no fake stories, as my gf saw that happen every time when she went to the German embassy. She never ever got a problem and all I had to do was the usual invitation letter. She pays the flights, insurance everything on her own, so do all her friends with farang bf`s. 5 min Q&A at the embassy with some pics of us together....that`s it. 
 
So the process isn`t really that time-consuming + with the clear set of laws/rules a Thai tourist with a visa knows he/she won`t face problems at the immigration. She has the 1 yr visa knowing exactly what is the maximum period of time she could spend in theory in the Schengen-Area. 

My gf is a low class lo-so Isaan girl without a job or property. So you are saying that it’s correct for her to be denied a visa if I want to take her to Europe for a holiday ?


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Why can't you just get the proper visa?

If you haven't got the money then save it up. But if you come, come on the correct visa and you will be ok.

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39 minutes ago, Pedrogaz said:

Why can't you just get the proper visa?

If you haven't got the money then save it up. But if you come, come on the correct visa and you will be ok.

I think it's because for decades, the norm is to go for visa/border runs and they can stay indefinitely.

 

But it seems that starting this July 2019, immigration has cracked down on these 'tourists' after the head of immigration became aware of these activities.

 

That's why we see lots of refusals recently.

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4 hours ago, ChipButty said:

I would imagine very soon these airlines are going to get <deleted> off with the Thai immigration the amount on a daily basis they are rejecting

They won't, since 95% of the daily reports of rejections on a specific Thai visa forum are fake.

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Just now, lkv said:

They won't, since 95% of the daily reports of rejections on a specific Thai visa forum are fake.

The airline representative assigned to my case and some american guy said they were fed up will all the recent denial but they can't do much about it.

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20 hours ago, ukrules said:

It's becoming risky to visit Thailand these days if you've been before.

 

I can see a situation where people arrive in December 2019 for their annual winter holiday having spent 3 months say December 2018 to March 2019 (90 days) the previous winter only to be rejected for their annual holiday.

 

They're now rejecting people who don't live here and aren't doing 'visa runs' - they're rejecting people who like to go on holiday frequently.

 

Airlines should take action on this.

 

I would like to see some official warnings from the European governments about tourists being subject to random rejections on arrival.

Austrian Embassy already giving out warnings of random rejections when getting the visa. 

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20 hours ago, wisperone said:

So people work for months to save for their trip, plan for months, spend money on expensive plane tickets, book hotel rooms, travel for as much as 30+ hours to get there.....and all the time wondering am I going to be let in or sent back home. Seriously, is it worth the stress, time, money aggravation?

Yes - they are tourists on a trip of a lifetime - there is no way whatsoever a family / individual would be denied entry - they do not have a passport full of stamps - don’t be silly 

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if you are coming for a short visit, with a METV, and you can show your accomodation, some money, your return ticket............they will let you in.

 

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