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Thailand Visa Advice

         According to Ministry of Interior’s Order 1/2558 Regarding Classes of Aliens Ineligible for Admission to the Kingdom of Thailand

          1. When entering the Kingdom of Thailand, please be mindful of the last day on your stay permit and DO NOT stay longer than the permitted date.

         2. If you have already overstayed beyond the permitted date, you must leave the country before the order’s enforced date (20 March 2016).

         3. If you have already overstayed beyond the permitted date and do not leave the country before the order’s enforced date (20 March 2016), you will be banned from re-entering the Kingdom of Thailand as shown in the details below:

Foreigner Surrendered to Authorities:

Period of Overstay

Period of Banning from re-entering Thailand

More than 90 days

1 year

More than 1 year

3 years

More than 3 years

5 years

More than 5 years

10 years

 

Foreigner Being Arrested and Prosecuted:

Period of Overstay

Period of Banning from re-entering Thailand

Less than-or-1 year

5 year

More than 10 year

10 years

More than 3 years

5 years

More than 5 years

10 years

 
 
Remark         

         If you have already overstayed beyond your permitted date before the order’s enforced date (20 March 2016), you may surrender to the authorities at the Immigration Checkpoint (land border, seaport, and airport). You must pay a fine of 500/day, but not exceeding 20,000 baht before you are allowed to leave the Kingdom of Thailand.

         The prohibition of entry starts from the day foreigner departs from the country.

         This rule does not apply to :

         1. A foreigner who departs the country before the age of 18

         2. A foreigner who departs the country before enforcing this rule.

 
 
 
 
  Date: 14.3.2559 , Read: 597
 
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