Immigration looks to enforce life ban for overstays within weeks

The notice explained that US tourists travelling to Thailand are eligible to enter the Kingdom without a visa and stay for 30 days under the Thai visa-exemption policy, but only if they are able to show an onward/return ticket and possess a passport ...
Source: Phuket Gazette

Visa Enforcement Tightens for Thailand's Expats

Though Immigration officials can deny anyone entry, many have got by for years getting back-to-back visas or doing regular in-and-out visa exemption trips. Those concerned with the tightened standards should follow Thai Visa, which regularly has posts ...
Source: The Irrawaddy News Magazine

Phuket: Overstay blacklist penalties now in force

ThaiVisa reports: “It should also be noted that today's new rules as detailed above confirm the removal of the proposed lifetime ban for overstaying 10 years or more. In Phuket, Immigration boss Pol Col Sanchai Chokkayaikit this morning confirmed the news.
Source: The Phuket News

Visa enforcement tightens for tourists and expats in Thailand

The ThaiVisa website reported that some foreigners with proper visas were refused entry at points along the Thai-Malaysian border. Their reporter said 20 foreigners holding 60-day tourist visas were turned away at the Sungai Kolok crossing in ...
Source: Asian Correspondent