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Hi all,

In November, I am going to Thailand (for my I-130) and seeing the U.S. Embassy but with the Coup the other day, I want to know if there is any news on the use of the embassy or travel there.

I checked the U.S. State department website but nothing much. I tried calling the embassy there in Thailand and nothing more than everything is fine. So, I will just assume everthing is okay and get my visa for Thailand.

If anyone has any further info, I would appreciate it.

Thank

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Odosan and Navin

IR-1 / CR-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center: California Service Center

Consulate: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

2006-05-25 -- Marriage

2006-05-30 -- I-130 Sent

2006-06-23 -- I-130 NOA1

2006-09-26 -- I-130 Approved

2006-10-04 -- NVC Left

2006-10-24 -- Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill

2006-11-01 -- Pay I-864 Bill

2006-11-15 -- Receive I-864 Package

2006-11-30 -- Return Completed DS-3032

2006-12-22 -- Receive IV Bill

2007-01-04 -- Pay IV Bill

2007-01-24 -- Receive Instruction Package

2007-01-24 -- Packet 3 Received

2007-02-05 -- Packet 3 Sent overnight

2007-03-15-- Case Completed at NVC

2007-03-22-- Consulate Received

2007-03-26-- Packet 4 Received

2007-04-19-- Interview Date

2007-04-26-- Visa Received

VERY SOON -- US Entry

Comments: 9/11/06 I-130 RFE Requested Processing

Estimates/Stats: I-130 was approved in 119 days

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http://bangkok.usembassy.gov/

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT - THAILAND

1. This Public Announcement is being issued to alert U.S. Citizens traveling to and residing in Thailand to the recent military coup in Thailand. This Public Announcement expires December 19.

2. On September 19 a military group calling itself the Council for Democratic Reform Under the Constitutional Monarchy (CDRM) seized control of the Thai government and declared martial law. The CDRM banned any political gathering of more than five persons. The CDRM also banned the hoarding of goods or the increasing of the price of goods of any kind. The CDRM announced it will appoint a civilian government within two weeks as the first step to returning the country to democratic government.

3. The military deployed troops around key government facilities and other strategic locations, but there is little visible military presence elsewhere. There have been no indications or reports of any violence at this time.

4. Road traffic throughout the country continues to flow normally, although at reduced volumes. Public transportation is in service and all airports and most border crossings appear to be operating as normal. There have been reports of difficulty crossing the border with Burma at Mae Sot and Ranong. Americans who are scheduled to fly into or out of Thailand in the coming days are encouraged to contact their airline to ensure that the flight schedule has not been changed.

5. Given the fluidity of the current situation, the Department of State advises all American Citizens in Thailand to continue to monitor events closely, to avoid government installations and any large public gatherings and to exercise discretion when moving about.

6. The Department of State and the Embassy in Bangkok are continuing to follow developments closely. For the latest security information, Americans traveling abroad should regularly monitor the Department's Internet web site at http://travel.state.gov where the current Worldwide Caution Public Announcement, Travel Warnings, and Public Announcements can be found. Up to date information on security can also be obtained by calling 1-888-407-4747 toll free in the United States and Canada, or, for callers outside the United States and Canada, a regular toll line at 1-202-501-4444. These numbers are available from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday (except U.S. federal holidays).

7. American citizens traveling or residing in Thailand are encouraged to register with the Department of State or the U.S. Embassy or Consulate General. American citizens may also register at https://travelregistration.state.gov. The Embassy is located at 95 Wireless Road in Bangkok. The American Citizen Services Unit of the U.S. Embassy can be reached by calling 66-2-205-4049 and by e-mail at ACSBKK@STATE.GOV. The Consulate General is located at 387 Wichayanond Road, Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand. The telephone number is 66-53-252-629.


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Thanks so much, I didn't see that one. Wow now that gives me a lot more info than I had..

Thanks again, i will keep watching out in the month or so for changes.


Odosan and Navin

IR-1 / CR-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center: California Service Center

Consulate: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

2006-05-25 -- Marriage

2006-05-30 -- I-130 Sent

2006-06-23 -- I-130 NOA1

2006-09-26 -- I-130 Approved

2006-10-04 -- NVC Left

2006-10-24 -- Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill

2006-11-01 -- Pay I-864 Bill

2006-11-15 -- Receive I-864 Package

2006-11-30 -- Return Completed DS-3032

2006-12-22 -- Receive IV Bill

2007-01-04 -- Pay IV Bill

2007-01-24 -- Receive Instruction Package

2007-01-24 -- Packet 3 Received

2007-02-05 -- Packet 3 Sent overnight

2007-03-15-- Case Completed at NVC

2007-03-22-- Consulate Received

2007-03-26-- Packet 4 Received

2007-04-19-- Interview Date

2007-04-26-- Visa Received

VERY SOON -- US Entry

Comments: 9/11/06 I-130 RFE Requested Processing

Estimates/Stats: I-130 was approved in 119 days

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