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The Thai government is set to open two temporary refugee camps in Ranong and Chumpon. These are two cities on the southern end of the Myanmar-Thai border. According to Thai news outlet the Thaiger: Refugee camps will be set up in Ranong and Chumphon which border Myanmar’s southern-most region. Most of the violence has been around 1,300 kilometres north in ...


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They say that you need to be interviewed to assess your knowledge of the Thai language. It’s probably the reason why most people who fail to get PR actually fail. I think the ability to hold a conversation in Thai is considered to be an important part of the criteria for PR (or citizenship), as well as having a good employment history, and fitting in with ...


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First of all, there seems to be some confusion here. Work permits are issued by the Department of Labour (a government department), and yet you said that it was the immigration department (a branch of the Royal Thai Police) that said you needed to get a cancellation. This implies that you are currently in Thailand on an extension of stay (on the grounds of ...


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I don't think there is any easy way to look that up online. All online forms require you to specify where you are registered and provide your consular registration number (NUMIC). If you don't have one, you have to contact the consulate where you might be registered to recover it. But if you never got one, you probably never registered. If you decide to ...


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The one piece of advice I would give if you are planning on staying in Thailand long-term is to get a good job here. That would at least give you annual extensions of stay, and would help if you wanted to go down the route of PR or eventually citizenship. A 'good' job is one for a company that will give you a reasonable salary and get you one-year extensions ...


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