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Amnesty Extension after 31st July - Yes or no?

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It's obvious.

 

Why would Thailand be the first country I know of in the world that would say <deleted> to visitors already there.

 

It's terrible press if anything. Let's hope it happens soon.

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Seems by the poll most people thing they will extend the amnesty. It only makes sense imo as it's completely impossible for a lot of people even to return to their home country as their home country has tiny limits on the number of citizens allowed to return.

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Dabbling with appointment apps, opening temporary offices, it sure looks like Immigration are planning some change at the end of July which is not just a simple extension of the amnesty. I sincerely hope they do extend as I am due to apply for my marriage extension at the beginning of August and cannot cope with queuing under a tent for many hours at Jomtien!

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15 minutes ago, lkv said:

The 31st of July deadline was to give people more flexibility to leave.

Can you point to a source where they said this?

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Posted (edited)

If you've seen recent news articles, immigration are considering extending the amnesty; so stay tuned. Also!!

So

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19 minutes ago, lkv said:

The 31st of July deadline was to give people more flexibility to leave.

It was because of immigration offices being totally overwhelmed. Said nothing about leaving, anywhere, when that was just impossible for some people, too insecure for the rest, and infeasible on the whole for such masses for an unforeseeable span of time, as of back then.

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41 minutes ago, lkv said:

The 31st of July deadline was to give people more flexibility to leave.

Still here tho. For free.

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If land borders do not open, I can see them copying Laos, and extending tourist visas and visa-exempt entries month by month, but for a fee.  The opening of the 2nd Immigration Office in Bangkok would suggest they are expecting to be busy.

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I hope it is, but because I hope it is extended, then it probably will not be.

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