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They certainly don't need or want "poor low-so" foreigners living there. Tourists, both upscale and backpacker variety, yes ut sbort-term stays. Foreign busibessmen/investors, yes. Foreigners coming to do legal work, yes. Foreign retirees, it has been recently decided, are worth having.

But the decidedly scuzzy element referred to, no. And that is exactly why the new regulations and crack down.

This element is very noticeable in specific, geographically small parts of the cou try but their numbers are not that great. Their departure will not "empty out " anything.

Might improve some neighborhoods, though.


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On 6/28/2018 at 7:20 PM, Sheryl said:

They certainly don't need or want "poor low-so" foreigners living there. .. the decidedly scuzzy element referred to, no. And that is exactly why the new regulations and crack down.

i spend quite  a deal of time and effort to resemble that remark and i still have the extended welcome sticker in my passport

 

 

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1 hour ago, despicable alien said:

i spend quite  a deal of time and effort to resemble that remark and i still have the extended welcome sticker in my passport

 

If you do not have a WP you are in for a rude surprise when it comes time to renew.

 

They will issue the first extension without it but not after that.

 

While large enough bribes can do just about anything in Camb, it would take a large one for this, more than a self professed "poor" expat is likely to have.

 

 

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On 6/28/2018 at 9:43 PM, Sheryl said:

If you do not have a WP you are in for a rude surprise when it comes time to renew.

 

They will issue the first extension without it but not after that.

 

While large enough bribes can do just about anything in Camb, it would take a large one for this, more than a self professed "poor" expat is likely to have.

 

 

 

I think you are just as most long term expats in Cambodia who think that any rule is valid there...

 

I will stay there as long as I want by just paying and I have no doubt about it.

 

 

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