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kathmandukitten

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Posted: 2003-10-09 00:57:00   

when i last left Thailand i overstayed my visa by 2 days (i have to admit that i did it delibrately coz i knew the fine was 200baht a day and an extension would have cost me 1 day in an immigration office and 500baht... i know, it was naughty) Anyway, i have an overstay stamp in my visa where they hauled me into immigration in Bangkok airport and gave me horrible looks for half an hour. Does anyone know if this will affect me being able to get back into Thailand again, or should i apply for a new passport?

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Posted: 2004-07-31 06:00:00   

don't worry, just use the same passport. any help while your are in thailand

please contact us at wanida_business office services (visa run)that we have

special help with thai immigration officer. our telephone number is 038-377870 or by mobile numer 06-1553721.


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Posted: 2004-08-09 10:49:00   

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On 2003-10-09 00:57:00, kathmandukitten wrote:

when i last left Thailand i overstayed my visa by 2 days (i have to admit that i did it delibrately coz i knew the fine was 200baht a day and an extension would have cost me 1 day in an immigration office and 500baht... i know, it was naughty) Anyway, i have an overstay stamp in my visa where they hauled me into immigration in Bangkok airport and gave me horrible looks for half an hour. Does anyone know if this will affect me being able to get back into Thailand again, or should i apply for a new passport?

[/quote]<br><br>Hi Kitten.



No Blacklist appears to be the answer from the Inspector of Don Muang Immigration, Departure hall: -see www.thaivisa.com



He says that these are the current overstay rules:



1. First day overstay, no charge but a (small little) blue stamp in your passport



2. After day 1, it's 200 Baht per day including the first day. Blue overstay stamp in passport.

Example:

Two days overstay is 2x200 Baht = 400 Baht

Three days overstay is 3x200 Baht = 600 Baht



3. Over 99 days overstay in the Kingdom: Maximum 20,000 Baht fine regardless of overstay length. Blue stamp in the passport. No blacklisting regardless of length of overstay.



Cheers Brit

[ This Message was edited by: britman on 2004-08-09 13:07 ]

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