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1 hour ago, TEFLKrabi said:

The last time it was explained to me by immigration, you can only do 3 in/outs (same day) in a year but you can do 3 x 30 day exemptions in any 180 day period. 

And now go to another immigration office in a different province and compare answers. It would be interesting to know.

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5 hours ago, lkv said:

Soon, we will get a better understanding of the difference between tourist visas, multiple entry visit visas (to visit wife), extensions of stay (to live with wife), and permanent residence.

Suppose the understanding of the relationship is also up for challenge too?

I've never married mine. We've been defacto about 7 years.

Live together, family home in village and land, the usual farang support for Thai partner and family etc.

Suppose we will have to provide support information about it. 

As if passports full of stamps, visa traveling applications for her, wasn't enough. 

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2 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

you know a rotational work - wow.

 

I am sure people will not be allowed to return to their families by only rocking up to get a 30 day stamp, if they have non O's there may be a chance.

 

Why do you think visa exempt will not be allowed !! Marriage is still valid without a Non Imm visa..

My Non O has expired... Should I wait until I can go via Laos or Vietnam to obtain another one or just come in on a visa exempt ?? 

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1 hour ago, DrJack54 said:

However some immigration officers have their own ideas. DMK in particular.

 

Krabi too... The woman in charge there is a farang male hater, I'm sure... 

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7 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

IF I was married to a Thai pre covid she would need to obtain a visa to come to AU.

I have a UK mate and every time his Thai wife travels to UK she obtains a visa.

Many countries are currently not issuing visas and have stopped visa exempt entries. 

You are misinformed and confused. 

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