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Filipina at language school thought she'd "done nothing wrong" by not getting a visa stamp

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Sorry, when you apply or reapply to a language school their don't ask for the classical thai brick of ekkasan? How can the language school accept a students with no legal visa? 

 

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Such a busy week for the boys in uniform.

Work hard, play harder.

More actions for more gold rings, big watch and Ford Rangers.😃

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.... and only hours later they detain an American teacher, 57 yo, also at a language school in CM. They must have had a busy morning

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This is becoming a TM 30 RAZZIA here

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With so many companies liable to go to wall next year I gues Thailand needs all the vacant positions it can find!

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5 hours ago, zhounan said:

Sorry, when you apply or reapply to a language school their don't ask for the classical thai brick of ekkasan? How can the language school accept a students with no legal visa? 

 

Work hard, play harder.

More actions for more gold rings, big watch and Ford Rangers.😃

Why would they? You can study on any visa or a visa exempt. Unless you're going to apply for an ED visa, the school has zero reason to even look at your passport.

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28 minutes ago, Con Peoples Fund said:

Whats "natural border" means in this context? Anyone care to enlighten me pls. Thanks

Border without guards on either sides of the fence 

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54 minutes ago, Con Peoples Fund said:

Whats "natural border" means in this context? Anyone care to enlighten me pls. Thanks

The river crossing at Mae Sot Burmese refugee camp.

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Miss Domingo claimed she thought it was all okay

she must have arrived on a Sunday and got easily confused (domingo means sunday, filipino's don't work on saundays) ...... sarcasm joke intended

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9 hours ago, zhounan said:

Sorry, when you apply or reapply to a language school their don't ask for the classical thai brick of ekkasan? How can the language school accept a students with no legal visa? ...

What is ekkasan?

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