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Hello. 

One friend of mine was  arrested at transported to IDC Bangkok. 

 

So question is what is the way to bank transfer or someone should come and visit him in  DC to him get some money?

 

How it's works there? 

 

Thanks in advance. 

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15 minutes ago, Faeton said:

How it's works there? 

Have you thought of contacting his country's embassy in Bangkok ?

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Posted (edited)

There are MANY personal accounts regarding overstay.

I suggest you Google something like "overstay and IDC Thaivisa" much better than search using Thaivisa search engine.

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Don't really understand what you are saying.

 

What type of visa does he hold?

 

Your can transfer the money online if your friends has a Thai bank,  How much money are we talking about?

 

 

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"Must have abused the visa system badly if he arrested in an amnesty !"

 

Why? 

If he was on overstay prior to the amnesty, he should be sent straight to IDC.

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2 minutes ago, Faeton said:

Hey,  yes I contact  his Switzerland embassy and let them know about situation. 

 

His visa finished before 26 March that why him get arrested and get to IDC. 

 

Now I collect money to my account from his friends / family / etc for him can buy ticket and pay fine. 

 

But IDC is itln Bangkok and I stay at Ko Chang and him no have Thai or any account with him. 

 

So that's why I ask I need to drive to Bangkok to visit him directly or there have some another system to him can get this money. ( I mean  some bank transfer to IDC etc) 

And possible there if I send someone come and visit him and give him money directly. 

 

An immigration lawyer would do it I'm sure, probably not gonna be cheap though.

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