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Anyone clarify - how long is given on arrival by air from Oct 1st on? I read somewhere that it was 60 days. Flying in from Bali, not my home country.

 

 

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it's changed on Oct 1 for VOA from 15 days to 30 days for the countries in that category. The Visa Exempt entry changes from 30 days to 45 days

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Yeah, we really need to know what passport you travel on, you could get from zero to 60 days.

 

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7 hours ago, Crossy said:

Yeah, we really need to know what passport you travel on, you could get from zero to 60 days.

 

Even 90 days although "oblomov" does not sound Latin American or South Korean :biggrin:

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15 hours ago, Oblomov said:

I read somewhere that it was 60 days

To my knowledge there is no 60 days permission for any national arriving visa exempt.

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1 hour ago, KhunBENQ said:

To my knowledge there is no 60 days permission for any national arriving visa exempt.

OK thanks - must have been something I read that never got past the 'something suggested by someone' phase. 

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1 minute ago, Oblomov said:

OK thanks - must have been something I read that never got past the 'something suggested by someone' phase. 

Ordinary tourist >visa< allowed 60 days.

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16 minutes ago, Canada Moose said:

My concern is that IO doesn't recognize my outbound flight scheduled 44-45 days after arrival.

Immigration normally does not ask for a ticket out and they will know about the change to 45 days.

I would worry more about the airline not knowing about it.

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13 minutes ago, Canada Moose said:

Any stories of those who entered Thailand on or after October 1?  My concern is that IO doesn't recognize my outbound flight scheduled 44-45 days after arrival.

The io will not be interested with onward flight.

The airline at departure may wish to see onward flight. 

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1 hour ago, Canada Moose said:

Any stories of those who entered Thailand on or after October 1?  My concern is that IO doesn't recognize my outbound flight scheduled 44-45 days after arrival.

Why should immigration not know their own rule?

Just make sure that it is 45 days incl day of arrival and departure.

 

And as ubonjoe writes: be more concerned about unknowing airline.
Reference for airlines is IATA Timatic database.

This site seems to allow query for passengers:

https://skyteam.traveldoc.aero/

 

I just did an example:

London - Bangkok, UK passport, no visa

Depart Oct 7th, arrive Oct 8th

Depart Nov 20th (21st would be the maximum if arrival date is considered).

"You are clear to board this flight".

 

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