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So what does this mean for those longstay expat's who had a re-entry permit and are now stuck outside of Thailand until the doors open, and there extension runs out because of this issue...

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1 minute ago, ThailandRyan said:

So what does this mean for those longstay expat's who had a re-entry permit and are now stuck outside of Thailand until the doors open, and there extension runs out because of this issue...

No

It is for those that have permanent residency in Thailand.

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1 minute ago, ubonjoe said:

No

It is for those that have permanent residency in Thailand.

Thank you Ubonjoe, I was thinking outside of the box for those family guys stuck back in there own countries and have wives and kids here.

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10 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

I will wait until it tof from a official source and preferably a written order issued by immigration and/or a announcement in the royal gazette about a ministerial order for it.

Yes, wait for official news.

 

For those foreigners who have stayed in Thailand for more than 90 days and are supposed to make their 90-day report, the Immigration Bureau will automatically extend the period of notification to [probably] 30th April. If the situation is not resolved, this will be extended again
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Actually reading the thread is even less uplifting -

 

poster believe extension will only be to April 30 (not 30 days) but if situation not resolved an additional 30 day extension made.

 

90 day reporting extended to probably 30 April.

 

More questions than answers at this time - but at least it seems to keep more people out of immigration offices during COVID-19 danger period than the previous version.

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This is good news if it actually comes true, but only 30 days extension??? Why not 90 days? Situation won't be over for at least 3 months minimum.

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20 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

So what does this mean for those longstay expat's who had a re-entry permit and are now stuck outside of Thailand until the doors open, and there extension runs out because of this issue...

Absolutely!! The airports are closed to new arrivals, unless you're a Thai citizen. It's pretty clear.

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23 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

I will wait until it tof from a official source and preferably a written order issued by immigration and/or a announcement in the royal gazette about a ministerial order for it.

Ball park guess as to when this will be made official?

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