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Thai Visa Changes 2017

Thai EmbassyThis year the visa changes have already been made and the updated rules for those in Thailand should be noted as follows. The rules of enforcement has now been changed to the following and some of the older rules are still the same. Speak to a lawyer in Thailand for advice and assistance with your marriage visa extension as well as your retirement visa extension.

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Thai Immigration

Thai EmbassyThese are the contact details while in Thailand or abroad for Thai Immigration. These are the most recent details which has been listed for the department and they can answer questions which the Thai embassy might not be bale to answer for you. Free free to call them while in Thailand or visit their offices for more information about your Thai visa and immigration to Thailand.

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Visa on arrival in Thailand

Thai EmbassyThe visa on arrival has changed over the years. When crossing a land border you used to get 30 days stay in Thailand if you country was listed on the 30 day waiver list. Today you only get 15 days when you cross over the border. Normally you need to show at least 10,000 Baht on arrival per person or 20,000 baht per family when you arrive.

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Tourist Visa for Thailand

Thai EmbassyThe tourist visa is the most common visa that the Thai embassy will issue. They issue millions of them each year around the world. The tourist visa is a 60 day visa to visit Thailand. This visa can also be extended in Thailand at Thai immigration for another 30 days for a fee of 1,900 THB. If you are planning on visiting Thailand then consider the tourist visa as not everyone can get a visa on arrival.

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Re-Entry Permits in Thailand

Thai EmbassyIf you have a marriage visa or a retirement visa in Thailand which has already been extended to a 1 year visa  then you need to have a re-entry permit when you want to leave Thailand. You need to complete an application form for this. The re-entry permit allows you to leave Thailand and return and continue the Thai visa where you had left off.

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Thai Marriage Visa

Thai EmbassyIf you are married to a Thai or have a Thai child then you can live in Thailand on a marriage visa also known as an “O” visa which is a Thailand visa for a foreigner with a Thai family. The requirements for the visa are as follows including the financial requirements of the “O” visa in Thailand. Note that this is a 3 month visa when you enter Thailand and needs to be extended inside Thailand much like the retirement or “OA” visa in Thailand as listed on this website. Never overstay your visa.

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Thai Retirement Visa

Thai EmbassyIf you are over the age of 50 and looking at a Thai visa as you want to retire in Thailand then consider the requirements for the Thai retirement visa for Thailand – also known as the “OA” visa at the Thai embassy. You start by apply for this visa at the Thai embassy in your country. The visa is valid for 3 months once you enter Thailand. During this 3 months you need to extend the visa for 1 year.

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Thai Visa Run – Update 2015

Thai EmbassyThere has been a new crackdown announced today by Thai Immigration in the Bangkok Post. The headlines says it all the “Thai Government bans visa runs to border”. This has been an old problem over the years and this year after the bombing the Thai government has enforced the runs for border runs and applying for a proper visa.

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Thai National ID Card

Thai EmbassyIf you are living abroad with your Thai wife then she might need a new Thai ID card again. The Thai Embassies vary in what they want or what they charge. Most do not charge for a new ID card unless it was lost or stolen. The following are the basics for the replacement of the ID card of your wife. Always call the Thai embassy in your area before you apply for the ID card as it has to be done in person unlike a birth registration abroad.

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Register Birth Abroad

Thai EmbassyIf you are married to a Thai and live abroad then you can register the birth of your child abroad. This is important as the child will get Thai citizenship while still abroad. The Thai Embassies require the following documents in order to register a Thai born abroad. Each Thai embassy will have their own procedures however these are the basics for the registration of a birth

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