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johno67

7 week stay...can i extend visa at jomtien ?

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johno67
7 minutes ago, Pheat said:

You got away with it because it is not an issue .

I have flown at least 30 times from UK -Thailand over the years without a visa and my return ticket date is more than 30 days after departure never any issues at UK check in or immigration in Thailand 

Cheers Pheat,,,,,,that's good to know,,,,,,,,,but next time I will get the visa in advance considering I live in Hull and the consulate is also in  Hull....and also I don't fancy going to immigration at Jomtien again,,,,,,,didn't realise how busy it would be.

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peteblue

Instead of extending your 60 day visa at Jomtien can you just fly out the country for a few days and fly back in and get a 30 day visa ? If so how many times can you do that in a calendar year ?

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junker

Flew with emirates 1 way ticket no questions asked  Birmingham or Dubai.

 

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Bonkabit

I stayed longer than planned a few years ago.

This was picked up at Suvarnabhumi airport on departure. I was taken to an Immigration Dept desk; the female officer was very polite and smiled at my explanation that I had been very engrossed in a TG!

I had to pay 3000 THB, one thousand bahts for each day overdue.

My passport was not marked to record the overstay. Does the Immigration computer flag offenders?

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Taras

Sorry for sounding like I've had a brain drain  - have read all sorts of stuff on here about visas and think I have finally got it through to the dull cells in my head but will be grateful if someone with more experience can confirm for me

Planning an initial 3 month visit:

1. I visit the Thai consulate in Hull (UK)  and obtain either a single entry tourist visa or multiple entry tourist visa 

2. Towards the end of the 60 days I need to visit an immigration office, Jomtien or wherever I am at the time and have an extra 30 days added - this will cost me 1900 baht ?

3. Do I have to have a return air-ticket in my possession when I fly out?

4. Presuming the answer to points 1 and 2 will give me a 90 day stay  - If i decide I would like to stay longer than 90 days. i.e. for a further 30, 60 or 90 days what would be the procedure ? 

Thanks for the advice

 

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superroo

Just about ready to apply for a 60day visa at Thai embassy Sydney and notice the extra documentation required.

Proof of accommodation booking and bank statement with sufficient funds.

Glad I checked and didn't assume it was going to be the same as last year.

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