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Hello, I have applied for a non-immigrant visa for an ED Visa.I am going to Phnom Penh to give my visa documents. 

 

I picked up my passport with the mention "DENIED- applicant has entered thailand frequently and for a long durations using tourist visas". 

 

My question is: can I go back to Thailand on a tourist visa? i'have EU passeport . Does anyone have any feedback?

 

Is there an alternative way to get my visa validated? I heard that in Bali, they will accept. 

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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you can travel around and try different places but number 1 issue here are the visas on your passport. I would get a new passport and try again in another embassy.

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Sounds like your passport does not have a visa with red void stamp. Your lucky. Often the case in PP.

Don't go to Bali for setv. If denied at airport Thailand it will be a problem. How many visa exempt border entries for current year?

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1 minute ago, DrJack54 said:

Sounds like your passport does not have a visa with red void stamp. Your lucky. Often the case in PP.

Don't go to Bali for setv. If denied at airport Thailand it will be a problem. How many visa exempt border entries for current year?

I have stamp " Without of prejudice ".On my visa.

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17 minutes ago, Blabla12 said:

I have stamp " Without of prejudice ".On my visa.

Re your question about enter via airport. I asked if you have used your 2 visa exempt border entries for 2019. 

If intent on flying in ve then check out flights pp to CNX. Better option than Don maeng. 

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5 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Re your question about enter via airport. I asked if you have used your 2 visa exempt border entries for 2019. 

If intent on flying in ve then check out flights pp to CNX. Better option than Don maeng. 

Yes i use already visa exempt border. This is not problem for go CNX ? 

 

Thank you for answer 🙂

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29 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Re your question about enter via airport. I asked if you have used your 2 visa exempt border entries for 2019. 

If intent on flying in ve then check out flights pp to CNX. Better option than Don maeng. 

no direct flights

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19 minutes ago, Blabla12 said:

Yes i use already visa exempt border. This is not problem for go CNX ? 

 

Thank you for answer 🙂

There was report guy has void stamp for setv in Saigon. He also had no border entries left. Considered obtaining new pp so void without prejudice stamp removed. Extensive visa history. Decided to fly into CNX. Had success. I imagine DM not so.

Some more experienced members will advise later

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Just now, orchis said:

no direct flights

Yes I thought that after my post. So that rules that out. Any other ideas. He may struggle at DM.

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At CNX, Immigration seems to scrupulously follow the letter and spirit of the law and associated police orders. Entering at CNX with a visa has historically been safe. However, they can and do exercise their right to deny visa exempt entry if they deem you are using visa exempts to stay long periods in Thailand. Your history of entries is unclear, but do not rely on being able to enter visa exempt by air anywhere. It is my impression (based on little evidence) that U-Tapao might be the least risky airport to ask for a visa exempt entry with a dodgy history of tourist visits. That would imply flying via Kuala Lumpur, I think.

 

Without getting a new passport, it is unclear whether you would be able to get a tourist visa outside of your home country. Maybe, you would be lucky in Yangon, especially if you have never had a visa from there.

 

Good luck! I always advise people to husband those land based visa exempt entries, and only use them in an emergency. Your experience shows why this is the case.

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10 hours ago, 3421abc said:

you can travel around and try different places but number 1 issue here are the visas on your passport. I would get a new passport and try again in another embassy.

Getting a new passport might make it more likely that the embassy issues the visa. But on arrival in Thailand, the IO will still see all your entries, combined with the fact that you got a new passport long before you needed it.

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11 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

Don't go to Bali for setv. If denied at airport Thailand it will be a problem. 

Can you expand on this please.

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