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BANGKOK: — The Immigration Bureau has informed Thaivisa.com and updated its website to further clarify the recent news for overstaying in Thailand.
The normal overstay penalty is 500 Baht per day up to a maximum of 20,000 Baht. That has not changed.
What has changed is, that overstayed foreigners will be blacklisted from entering Thailand. Immigration now clarifies that the new regulation is still under procedure of approval by the Ministry of Interior.
That means, the new rules is not yet in effect.
If you currently are on overstay, you are advised to clear it as soon as possible. Good advice would be to clear the overstay at the Airport and fly out to a neighbouring country and obtain a relevant visa at a Royal Thai Consulate or Embassy.
So for now, there is no blacklisting yet, according to the Immigration notice below. However blacklisting for overstay is awaiting approval from The Ministry of Interior.
Time to act fast!