Thai government announced that instead of 45 days of visa-free stay in Thailand, they will only be allowed to stay for 14 days
According to the Thai government's requirements, the 45-day visa-free residence permit for Myanmar nationals visiting Thailand, which began on October 1, 2022, will expire on April 1, 2023.
After that, Myanmar citizens will only be allowed to stay in Thailand for 14 days without the visa that was previously granted.
In addition to Burma, this announcement applies to Cambodia, Laos, Macao, Mongolia Including Russia and some countries as well.
Therefore, until the Thai government issues a decision to extend the visa-free stay beyond the 14-day limit, they will only be allowed to stay in Thailand for 14 days without a visa.
Myanmar citizens can apply for a 30-day visa extension after staying in Thailand for 14 days without a visa, with the approval of the embassy. But there are some conditions and restrictions, according to people who have already arrived in Thailand.
For those who want to stay for more than 14 days from the time of departure from Myanmar, the Thai Embassy has allowed them to apply for a 60-day stay visa, according to the Thai Embassy in Yangon.
This visa-free stay in Thailand for 14 days has also been allowed by the Thai government since August 2015.