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New Visa Exemption Rules?


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24 minutes ago, cjinchiangrai said:

The Thai Embassies have published exemption rules limiting visitors to two per year. It used to be two by land borders and unspecified by air. Have they changed the rules? People are being refused by airlines.

Didn't we just have this thread on Monday whereby not a single credible link to these supposed new rules was shown?

 

https://aseannow.com/topic/1325542-has-anyone-heard-of-a-new-law/

 

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7 minutes ago, Pattaya57 said:

Do you really think airlines scroll through embassy Facebook pages to get their boarding requirements 😆 


You are right, the airlines get their information from IATA (International Air Transportation Association), who state they have a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information gathered from over 1,000 official sources worldwide.

 

https://www.iata.org/en/services/compliance/timatic/travel-documentation/#:~:text=You can count on the,over 1%2C000 official sources worldwide.

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28 minutes ago, Pattaya57 said:

Do you really think airlines scroll through embassy Facebook pages to get their boarding requirements 😆 

Not an embassy facebook page, just a link that was copied from facebook. Those are the real embassy websites.

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3 hours ago, cjinchiangrai said:

This will be interesting for border bouncers. Maybe next they will start limiting O visas to two per year or cracking down on "Agents".

Would make sense wouldn't?

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58 minutes ago, Pattaya57 said:

And they have wrong info on them just like mentioned in the other thread 3 days ago. I

Valid point. 

The information in thread not reliable. 

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