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Immigration Announces "latest visa relief measures on 7 April 2020"

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At last some sense, especially with no 90 days required. 

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So, if one's already on extension of stay one still has to go to Immigration to extend?

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1 minute ago, Oxx said:

So, if one's already on extension of stay one still has to go to Immigration to extend?

Yep.

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1 minute ago, Oxx said:

So, if one's already on extension of stay one still has to go to Immigration to extend?

What do you mean? 90 day report? 

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9 minutes ago, fishtank said:

So in other words. Totally useless for most of us.

I will still have to go there next week for my Marriage Extension stamp.

Yep, absolutely useless! My METV has a 30 day extension which expires on the 2nd week of May. This announcement does nothing at all to give me a "visa relief".

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1 minute ago, jimmjam said:

What do you mean? 90 day report? 

No. he means extend permission to stay.

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1 minute ago, fishtank said:

Most "Tourists" Will know nothing about these measures as they dont sit glued to ThaiVisa all day.

More fool them. They should be checking for information everyday.

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5 minutes ago, jimmjam said:

I believe this is going to be a rolling extension, there is no way this will be sorted by the 30th of april.

Im hoping they keep extending it past June.

I hope so, as for now this "news" is totally worthless and really does nothing to help anyone.

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3 minutes ago, fishtank said:

Most "Tourists" Will know nothing about these measures as they dont sit glued to ThaiVisa all day.

They should be closely monitoring their Embassy websites which will inform them

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