Thai Embassy to announce new visa processing scheme starting 21 Feb

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The photo shows people waiting to apply for visas outside the Thai Embassy in Yangon on 15 February 2024.

The Thai embassy in Yangon, which serves 400 visa applicants daily, announced on 16 February that the current scheme of the service will continue until 21 February, with a new scheme to be released.
The embassy formerly announced on 14 February that it would process only 400 applicants per day by providing the advanced token system since it has been flooded with visa applicants. The announcement stated that the system will start on 16 February, and tokens will be available on 16, 19, 20, and 21 February.
The embassy will issue token numbers for the visa applicants starting at 8:30 am. The responsible persons will issue the tokens only after thoroughly scrutinizing the applicant’s passport and confirming its validity. Those tokens cannot be transferred to other persons, and each token number is valid for one person only. Any attempt to forge or misuse a token number will result in the visa application being rejected, and the applicant will be delisted.
The persons who hold Myanmar citizen passports are allowed to visit Thailand for 14 days without a visa application, according to the embassy. — TWA/ TMT

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