If 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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If 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
Tourism numbers are down in Thailand in 2015 slipping more than 8% on the previous years. The 2014 tourism earnings shows also that Thailand dropped to ninth from seventh a year ago with figures provided by the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). If you are going to visit Thailand then ensure that you have a tourist visa or a marriage visa if you have family in Thailand.
There have been few changes this year with regards to obtaining a visa or continuing the visa runs in Thailand. There are small changes for certain countries in Thailand who may attempt a visa run. These nationals are not allowed a visa on arrival at the Thai/Cambodia land border crossing. These nationals need to contact the Thai Embassy in their country for a proper Thai visa.
October 2014 has seen a number of changes to new visa changes which came into effect in September has now been explained in more detail by immigration. This month also has seen an increase in border crossing fees on the Cambodia/Thai border. Do not overstay your visa in Thailand.and border crossings. As stated before that the
There are new rules for those who arrive in Thailand on a visa on arrival. As from 29th August 2014 anyone who enters Thailand on a visa on arrival or visa waiver can now extend this visa waiver for another 30 days at . The new rules have now started and are in place. The Bangkok Post reports that if you arrived on a in Thailand you can still extend the visa for another 30 days and that this new rule is only for those who have arrived in Thailand on a visa waiver.
If you are from Vietnam then please note that that Thai Embassy in in Phnom Penh and also the Thai Embassy in Laos and the Thai Embassy in Savannakhet will no longer issue a visa for you. You need to apply for a Thai visa as the Thai Embassy in Vietnam. These rules are still in effect (June 2014).
I am arriving in Thailand and was wondering if Indian Ruppees are accepted as a 10,000 Baht equivalent for the visa on arrival at a Thai airport? What are the best options for Indians visiting Thailand?
The due date for new rules fromhas come in this week on the 12 August 2014. The new rules which has gone out to Thai border posts has been called the “Guidelines for inspection of citizens from certain countries that are not required to obtain a visa when entering the Kingdom of Thailand”. This is what is now being looked at.
There are a number of drastic changes at the Thai borders this month with the clap down on Thai visa abuse in Thailand. The date has been set for the 12 August 2014 that all land border checkpoints will become more strict. The first changes have been reported from the border as follows.
If you have a visa in Thailand and it has expired then you are very likely going to get blacklisted in Thailand. Thai Immigration has again published the length of blacklisting for Thailand for those who overstay their visa while in Thailand. Note that you would need to speak to an attorney in Thailand if you are on overstay as the punishment differs as explained below.