Du grand n'importe quoi et on va faire comment si on veut passer plusieurs mois ??
On leur apporte du fric quand même, le tourisme est le principal revenu pffff
(on vient de me donner la réponse suivante)
il suffit de demander un visa trois mois à l'ambassade de Thailande avant de partir; au bout de 2 mois il faut se rendre à l'immigration en Thailande, payer 1900 bahts et c'est reparti pour le dernier mois, comme avant. Pour 4 mois il faut sortir du pays et payer un visa d'un mois dans l'ambassade thai de ce pays.
Final crackdown for border runners - New strict Immigration regulation in force from today
BANGKOK: -- From today, foreign nationals residing in Thailand will no longer be able to exit and then re-enter the kingdom via a land border crossing in order to gain another 30 or 15 day stay in Thailand.
Thaivisa has been in contact with the Immigration Bureau who confirm the new regulation starts from today Saturday May 10, 2014.
This latest news follows reports from earlier in the week of an Immigration crackdown at the land border checkpoint in Ranong.
Non-Immigrant Visa or Tourist visa holders with remaining entries on their visa can exit and enter Thailand as before.
However, these new measures are targeting foreign visitors without a visa who are regularly entering and exiting the kingdom every 15 or 30 days as a way of extending their stay in Thailand.
From today visitors can only enter into Thailand via a land border once, after that they will be refused entry to the Kingdom and are advised to fly out and return with a visa obtained from a Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in a neighbouring country or overseas.
The Immigration Bureau has also confirmed to Thaivisa.com that further restrictions are to be enforced from August 12, 2014.
It is understood that the new regulation is to prohibit back-to-back border runners who stay for an extended time in the country without a proper visa from a Consulate or Embassy abroad or an extension of stay granted by the Immigration Bureau in Thailand.
With regards to the new restrictions on land border crossing, which as mentioned above are effective as of today, a number of Thaivisa members have confirmed to us that these restrictions are being enforced at the Mae Sai border crossing in Chiang Rai province, with some members commenting they are stranded at the border unable to enter Thailand.
Keep up to date with the very latest from Mae Sai here.
The reports from Mae Sai have also been confirmed to us by Khun Tony, Managing Director of Puchlee Travel Company in Chiang Mai, who is a minibus service operator from Chiang Mai to the Mae Sai border.
Thaivisa will publish any further updates on this visa story as and when we get them.
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12th August further restrictions
Today the Immigration Bureau has posted the following notice, confirming the new regulations and upcoming changes to the regulations: