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Mission Thailand Introduces New Visa Appointment and Delivery Services

The United States Mission to Thailand is transitioning to a new Visa appointment and document delivery service for both the Embassy in Bangkok and the Consulate General in Chiang Mai. This system is being implemented at U.S. Embassies worldwide. The new process is easier and more convenient, and all appointment and courier services are included ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Ongoing Tensions and Possible Incidents of Unrest in Thailand

This is to advise U.S. citizens residing in or traveling to Thailand that political activists have announced plans to continue anti-government protests in Bangkok and possibly other parts of Thailand leading up to and during parliamentary nationwide elections scheduled for this Sunday February 2nd. These protests may cause significant and possibly widespread disruptions and transportation ...
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Statement by Jen Psaki, Spokesperson: Election-related Unrest in Thailand

The United States is deeply troubled by efforts to block polls and otherwise prevent voting in Thailand, and by the most recent acts of political violence. While we do not take sides in the political dispute and strongly support freedom of expression and the right to peaceful protest, preventing citizens from voting violates their universal ...
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Election-related Unrest in Thailand

Statement by Jen Psaki Department Spokesperson The United States is deeply troubled by efforts to block polls and otherwise prevent voting in Thailand, and by the most recent acts of political violence. While we do not take sides in the political dispute and strongly support freedom of expression and the right to peaceful protest, preventing ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Thai Government Invokes Emergency Decree

This is to advise and update U.S. citizens residing in or traveling to Thailand that the Thai government on January 21 imposed a 60-day state of emergency in Bangkok and several surrounding provinces, effective January 22. The decree provides the government additional authorities to deal with security challenges, such as impose curfews, ban certain assemblies, ...
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