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Thailand Visa on Arrival

In many Thailand forums and other websites on the subject of Thai Visa, a so called Visa on Arrival is falsely mentioned again and again. This articles always refers to the 30-day entry stamp that tourists from 46 countries receive when traveling to Thailand without a visa. The term┬áVisa on Arrival for this 30 day […]

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Retire in Thailand

You can consider Thailand as one of the best places in the world for retirement. The Cost Of Living is low and you can easily survive even on a low pension. Much better than in any other civilized country in the world. In Thailand you can enjoy your retirement at places, where other people come […]

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Thailand Re Entry Permit

Dealing with authorities and in particular with the Immigration in Thailand is a never ending Story. Even if you finally got your One Year Visa or a one year extension of your Non Immigrant Visa. Not only that you have to report to the Immigration office every 90 days, you will also have to ask […]

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Thailand with ED Visa

Another option for all age groups, to stay in Thailand for at least one year and without having to make visa runs, is the Non-Immigrant ED Visa (Education Visa). Prerequisite for such a visa, is the application for a course at an accredited school in Thailand. In most cases, this will be language courses, where […]

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Living in Thailand without a Visa

Since August 2014 it is not possible anymore to stay for a long term in Thailand without a visa. When entering Thailand without a visa, visitors from 46 countries will get a stamp in their passport which allows them to stay for 30 days in Thailand. This 30 days “temporary permission to stay” may be […]

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Living in Thailand with Tourist Visa

Since it is sometimes difficult to get a Non Immigrant Visa for Thailand and it is even more complicated now to stay in Thailand without a Visa, we want to have a look in the details, about how long can we stay in Thailand with a Tourist Visa? In Thai Embassies and Consulates in most […]

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Types of Visa for Thailand

If you want to stay in Thailand for a longer period you must have a Thai Visa! Thai Embassies & Consulates offer different types of Visa for Thailand: The 30 Day Entry stamp (Visa Exemption Stamp) People from 42 countries will get a stamp in their passports on arrival with a temporary permit of stay […]

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One Year Visa extension

If the Thai Embassy in your country does not issue a One Year Visa For Thailand, you can still apply for a one year visa extension of your old style Non Immigrant Visa (O-M), if you meet the requirements. Retirees: If you are at least 50 years old and receive a pension of at least […]

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10 Year Visa for Thailand

On November 22, 2016, a government spokesman in Thailand announced that there will soon be a 10 year visa for Thailand. An exact date, from when this visa should be available, is still not yet fixed. Update, 17 August 2017: From now on you can apply for the new 10-year visa at the local immigration […]

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Thailand Visa Run

If you stay in Thailand on the basis of a Non Immigrant Visa, class “O” or “B” and you do not qualify for a one year extension of this, you will usually have to make a so called Visa Run or Border Run every 90 days, until your visa is expired. There are a lot […]