YimSiam Posted November 30, 2019 Report Share Posted November 30, 2019 Hi all, Anyone have experience or knowledge of how Thai immigration sees and deals with persons with multiple passports? A friend has two US passports, issued to facilitate frequent business travel and totally above-board, different numbers but same identity. She has a condo in Bangkok and is quite well-settled and so doesn't want to get in trouble that might cause problems or get her blocked from entering, since her life is all based out of Bangkok. Not old enough for a retirement visa yet, kind of considering the Elite visa as a solution, but in the meantime can do frequent 30 day stamps on arrival. Anyone know if this is likely to be detected - rotating the two passports on a regular basis, coming in through the airport rather than land visa runs. Are they going to identify that she's using two passports, and if they do, is there any limit to coming and going with 30 day stamps split between two passports? Thanks! YimSiam🙂 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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