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  1. The process for getting the O/A in London is pretty easy but the website is confusing. I got one last October - My GP was happy to complete the medical form (download it) for £25. Police Report was £45 that you apply for online. The solicitor / notary bit is confusing on the website - the requirement is just to get a solicitor to sign your 3 copy documents (Medical form, Police report, financial proof) to certify that it is a true copy - so take the originals as well. If you follow the link on the Thai Embassy website it takes you to a solicitor in London Covent Garden who do this all the time and charge £5 per document so £15 total. They are a 15 min tube ride from the Thai Embassy. So total cost for me was £45 + £25 + £15 + £125 for the visa = £210 + your travel expenses for 2 trips to London. Visa is multiple entry in 1st year so if used correctly is good for 2 years and you can get a re-entry permit in the 2nd year if required.
  2. Liverpool Thai Consulate

    Its a Thai National Holiday today, Chulalongkorn Day - guess they were closed ....
  3. I think this link will answer your question about what the ATM Exchange Rates are for the different Thai Banks. However they are a real-time snapshot and at different times different banks move up and down the table. Just put in your home currency and select TT - hopefully its self-explanatory.
  4. It is the Holiday Inn, North end of Beach Road. Nice Hotel. Girl Friendly. Look at internet for rates.
  5. You may want to have a look at other ways of doing the transfer through a forex company like UK forex or World First. Just google them to find out more. You will get a better rate and no or low transfer costs. Basically, you open an account with them, xfer money from your bank to them (free), they transfer to Your Thai bank (free or low cost) and they will beat exchange rates. They are easy to deal with and helpful. Hope it helps and saves you a ton of fees!