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Pattaya Immigration announces LIMITED VISA AMNESTY for now

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PATTAYA:--In long-awaited news, the Immigration Bureau has confirmed that many foreigners will not need to visit its offices, at least for the time being.


Foreign tourists holding 30-day visa exempt stamps or 60-day tourist visas or 90-day nonimmigrant visas which have expired since March 26, are automatically extended until April 30 without paying any overstay fees.  Earlier social media reports that such foreigners would be automatically extended to June 30 are not true.  What happens after April 30 will be announced on the official Thai immigration website later in the month.

 

The 90-day report for holders of one-year extensions of stay is cancelled until April 30. They need neither attend immigration nor do an online report if their reporting date lies in the period March 26 to April 30 and without penalty.  Reporting 90 days for dates falling after April 30 will be announced on the official immigration website in due course.  Those who should have filed a 90-day report prior to March 26, but failed to do so, should attend the local immigration office and pay the 2,000 baht “late” fine.

 

Read more: https://www.pattayamail.com/news/pattaya-immigration-announces-limited-visa-amnesty-for-now-294780

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2020-04-09—

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It’s put in the Pattaya forum but I assume this is applied nationwide?

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so some people who are late reporters for their  90 days still have to pitch up at immigration, just to pay a fine.  What a dozy lot they are.  These people  are not going anywhere are they, they could pay when all this is over. Morons running the asylum.   

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Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, damascase said:

It’s put in the Pattaya forum but I assume this is applied nationwide?

Probably every office will decide independently as to how to interpret that one.

Assume makes an ASS out of U and ME (Sorry about that oldie!)

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