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

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This time they're saying "the person" instead of "tourists" so now it is not confusing and clear for everybody.

They're gonna have a look at the situation month by month, that's fine.

Thank you immigration and the PM.

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50 minutes ago, chris.m.s said:

My visa expires on 13/04/ and i was going to kk immigration tomorrow or monday

but reading this i want to make sure i now don't have to go to immigration to

extend,it is valid now until the 30th april i don't need another stamp i can stay

at home no need to travel to kk,am i correct? i know it seems a bit naive i just 

want to make sure as i live here and don't want an overstay stamp,

Thanks in advance.

I'm always confused when IO put out a new order re "visas." Does it includes "extensions of stay" [both retirement and marriage] or is it only tourist visas, visa exempts etc.?

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6 minutes ago, jimmjam said:

Hundreds of people still showed up at immigration this morning 5.30am. Alot of people dont know about this amnesty. Id give it a few days.

Probably those sent away and told yesterday to return tomorrow. I expect people will still be going to IOs. Officers need to be going down the lines, looking at passports and sending home those who needed extensions after March 26th.

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I'm on my first Covid extension on a SETV set to expire around April 28th. What the heck am I supposed to do after that, try to get another Covid extension or am I automatically extended for a whole freakin 2 days! 😂

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13 minutes ago, MJKT2014 said:

Or do I now have to wait to another announcement from 30_Apr onwards before doing a 90 day report online?

yes

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Just now, jacko45k said:

Probably those sent away and told yesterday to return tomorrow. I expect people will still be going to IOs. Officers need to be going down the lines, looking at passports and sending home those who needed extensions after March 26th.

And giving out letters stating the new amnesty. Saying that though, how many of these tourists cant read thai or even english.

Think it needs to be translated into multiple different languages and stuck to the walls outside immigration.

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Posted (edited)

I'm on a 30 day extension to mid april, originally a 30 day tourist visa exemption finish 15march. I know people are capitalizing "EVERYONE" but still saying "Visa" expires. When they say "visa expires" on/after 26th march, they imply that includes extensions too?  So Im good to 30th april now without doing nowt, correct? 

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5 minutes ago, worldfun said:

In fact it applies to your case too (ALL VISA TYPES INCLUDING NON IMM EXTENSIONS) as was said all along 🙂

Okay so to clarify:

You've entered on a Non IMM O (Family or Dependent) for 90 days

You've extended for the usual 60 Days at CW

60 Day Extension ends April 19th

Uncle P says you're golden until 30th April and no need to visit him in person.

 

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, dsf9 said:

I'm on a 30 day extension to mid april, originally a 30 day tourist visa exemption finish 15march. I know people are capitalizing "EVERYONE" but still saying "Visa" expires. When they say "visa expires" on/after 26th march, they imply that includes extensions too?  So Im good to 30th april now without doing nowt, correct? 

Yes, you're good until April 30th.

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1 hour 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.

is a "marriage extension stamp" same as renewing your extension for another year?

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1 hour ago, baansgr said:

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

so do you read it like I do......THAT I do not have to do 90 day until further notice.....I was due to sign in before 12th April??

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2 minutes ago, i84teen said:

is a "marriage extension stamp" same as renewing your extension for another year?

I think so BUT UBONJOE might reply to you...HE has vast ammounts of knowledge regarding matters concerning TV readers/posters.....a really helpful person .....

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