Archive For The “Visa info” Category

Proof Of Residence For Foreigners Living In Thailand

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Proof Of Residence For Foreigners Living In Thailand

The Buriram Times has been asked by several people recently who have gone to Immigration in Buriram to do their 90 days or other official business, about being faced with a barrage of questions regarding proof of their residency. I myself have had that experience today. I went to obtain a re-entry visa which was…

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Cabinet Extends Visa Fee Waiver Until August

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Cabinet Extends Visa  Fee Waiver Until August

The cabinet has decided to extend the visa fee waiver until August as they continue to attempt to attract more tourists. Under the measure, visa fees will be waived at all Thai embassies and consulates until August, though visas on arrival will still cost Bt1,000. On Tuesday, Government Spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd said that waiving visa…

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Important Information re Obtaining A Pension/Income Verification Letter From British Embassy

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Important Information re Obtaining A Pension/Income Verification Letter From British Embassy

In the past when UK ex-pats required an income verification letter from the British Embassy, you sent your income details along with photo copy of passport and a self addressed envelope to the embassy.This remains unchanged. However, the method of payment has. You can no longer pay by money order and now have to pay…

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Detailed Thai Visa Information

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Detailed Thai Visa Information

Visa expert Jessataporn “Chang” Sriboo offers accurate information for “farang” wishing to obtain or renew visas. The most noticeable development is the new multiple-entry, six months’ validity, 60-day tourist visa which has replaced the old multiple-entry visa for vacationers. This new visa is available only in the applicant’s home country and requires a great deal…

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