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Overstay blacklisting starts in March

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I guess that means that the PM has given the Immigration Bureau's plan the go ahead with a twist!

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This will be interesting. Will they actually use their computer system to check arrival cards against visa issues against departure cards?

IMO, they check the combination of name and DOB, but I'm not 100% sure if that is the only thing they check.

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Overstay blacklisting starts in March

The Nation

BANGKOK: -- Thailand's Immigration Bureau could start blacklisting foreigners who stay beyond their visa period with effect from March 2016.

COULD??? So this is not yet confirmed? But somehow i still see 20+ pages of TVF speculation coming.

The royal decree on the blacklisting is expected to be promulgated in late March

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I'd wait until it the royal decree is actually published.

I wonder about people who started their overstay before March 2016.

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The only question that remains (for me that is) what happens if you have 1 day overstay, because for example your Border Run bus breaks down etc etc.

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I'd wait until it the royal decree is actually published.

I wonder about people who started their overstay before March 2016.

they will be banned if they haven't got their act together by march Edited by FritsSikkink

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