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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Your visa, the non-O is not a long-stay visa because it only gives you 90 days of consecutive stay, then you'll need a new visa or if it is a multi-entry visa then you will have to logout of Thailand and then login again for a new 90 days on the same visa, a so called border bounce/border jump.

    Your extension is not a visa, it is an extension of your permit to stay.

    How long you have stayed in Thailand, how many extension you have done, that is irrelevant, you are not on a long-stay visa.
    And that doesn't change, no matter how many ministry's and insurance companies you list in your post.

    What is so difficult with that?
    just for you,I HAVE DONE 9 YEARLY EXTENSIONS not as you state,and about 40-50 90day reports which clarify's my address.all with a NON O VISA ON ARRIVAL oct.2009.
    and have never had to do a border run to receive an extension.
    this is what it states on a TM.47 FORM. you must notify immigration if staying more than 90days.and at the bottom of the TM47 FORM.
    IT STATES THIS IS NOT AN EXTENSION OF STAY.its to notify your ADDRESS AGAIN.
    now we come to a TM7 FORM,which is an application for EXTENSION of stay for another YEAR.
    the only time I mentioned VISA was on my arrival.both forms TM47 AND TM7 ask what kind of visa did you arrive with,once again just for you ITS A NON -O.
    so that's enough of you trying to wind us up by your attempt to think you know the immigration rules unless your ubanjoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    just saw this,click 404. only problem its in thai.
    i think this so called meeting seems to have their type of visa's involved mixed up.they quote NON O-A LONG TERM EXPATS WITH A 1YR.VISA.
    so what is the difference,between an expat on a NON O and an expat on a NON O-A.both with 1yr.stays.
    reading from the SAME BOOK someone has posted the 400k bht .health cover will be 4,000bht.a month. =50k.x 1yr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    reading from the SAME BOOK someone has posted the 400k bht .health cover will be 4,000bht.a month. =50k.x 1yr.
    trying to find more info,from 1 poster TV.he say's what he understands is [after translation]of the cabinets meeting is that it will be a trial for those that have a NON O-A VISA STAMP in their passport.mine says NON-O how confuseing is that goner be for immigration staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    trying to find more info,from 1 poster TV.he say's what he understands is [after translation]of the cabinets meeting is that it will be a trial for those that have a NON O-A VISA STAMP in their passport.mine says NON-O how confuseing is that goner be for immigration staff.
    It is only confusing for you, the immigration knows the difference between a non-O and a non-OA stamp in the passport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    It is only confusing for you, the immigration knows the difference between a non-O and a non-OA stamp in the passport.
    sorry but you are confusing me.

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    this latest news is not confusing but suprising, BJ HAS BEEN MOVED FROM HIS POST.
    LATEST NEWS FROM MCOT TV.

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    People getting kicked out of positions like that often suggests they have some scruples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    People getting kicked out of positions like that often suggests they have some scruples.
    Or someone bigger wants their share of the winnings.

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    hmm...

    Guess the "Good Guys In, Bad Guys Out" purge went just a tad bit too far. It seems (without knowing - and we'll never know the "full" truth) Hakparn stepped on a few high level toes, maybe upset some biggie's applecart and didn't pickup the spilled fruit quickly enough.

    His purge of "immigrants" and/or non-immigrant long-term visitors definitely caused some serious ripples in a few money making machines. And, it looked like it was going to affect a few more well established "loop hole" money making machines.

    Tread carefully...

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    So anyway, what is the actual upshot this thread?

    Have they announced that you will have to buy coverage to get a particular type of visa, and if so who from?

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    If the man has been removed it is because his measures were profoundly stupid, unworkable and would have involved the removal of tens of thousands lawful retirees who have bought property and been self sufficient up until now.
    Seen some truly dumb shit but this latest crap introduced by the Big Joke has seen hundreds of British, American, Danish and Australians turned into second class applicants whose hitherto lawful status has been overturned in the space of a mere two months. I suspect quite a few are connected in some way or other to Thai with influence who are more, putting it politely, practical than BJ.

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    here is another one,young lass[scottish]stranded] in a Phuket hospital with a serious infection needs 25,000gbp.to get her home.seems she has NO INSURANCE COVER.
    a go fund me has been set up.
    another nail in our coffin.
    all I can say BEST OF LUCK.

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