Crossing into Thailand

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Re: Crossing into Thailand

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armchairlawyer wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 8:22 pm
Alex wrote: Tue Apr 02, 2024 11:22 am You can ask. Worst case scenario, they say no and you go back to Cambodian immigration to cancel your exit stamp.
He would not even get the exit stamp. Cambodian immigration are fully aware of the Thai rules.
Richard has the only answer - get a Thai visa.
Well based on my own experience at land borders, there's a good chance that you'd get an exit stamp first, which will then need to be canceled. Some Cambodian IOs take an interest in your eligibility to enter Thailand, while others don't. And in fairness, it would be impossible for them to check that limit in some cases, such as for someone rocking up with a new passport. Only Thai immigration's computer system will know if they haven't used up their visa exempt entries already.
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