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Longer visa exemption extensions begin August 29, 2014

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OK. The plot thickens. Sounds like a fair enough development.

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Thanks for the better news! And yes, I'll finally get around to get the marriage visa....

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Positive announcement, after a bit confusing times and changed regulations. wink.png

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Positive announcement, after a bit confusing times and changed regulations. wink.png

As per normal though Alfie.

I don't think there will be any change of stance though on the ones that are abusing the system.

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You're still going to need to get a tourist visa if you want to stay (for example) 40 days as I can't see the airlines letting you fly without a valid visa.

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so 3 back to back tourists = 180 days plus 60 non-visa = 240 days?

I think it may change the kind of visas people are asking for now that all g7 visitors can stay for 2 months without the need for a visa.........couple this with some tourist visas and the visa runners, who won't show up for another month.....looks like a busy time for immigration. i hope they are all well versed in ALL the new regs!

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whats the point of a tourist visa if after 29 Aug you can get 30 days on arrival and then extend for 30 days ..?

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