I am a US citizen living in Europe with a valid long stay visa in an EU country. My US passport was marked suspended in the US Health and Human Services database for non-payment of support, but my passport (the physical document) says it is valid for another ten years.
My question is:
If I fly from Spain or France to Thailand, would I be allowed to enter Thailand as a tourist, for a short stay? I assume I need to carry with me a purchased return flight ticket. Would Thai officials in Thailand check the validity of my passport in the US Health and Human Services database? Or, would they instead check either their own database or only the physical passport document for validity?
A second part to that question, if the answer is they would not allow me in:
What would they likely do with me? If I have a return ticket with me, paid for, to France or Spain, wouldn't they bundle me back on that flight? Or would they instead detain me and put me on a flight to the USA (presumably at their expense)?
An even broader, more helpful, and potentially harder question to answer is:
Which countries would allow me to land and enter, and would consider my passport valid because they don't check its validity in the US Health and Human Services database or similar databases?