Overstay in Thailand

Overstay in Thailand

Thai Visa
When considering Thailand as your next travel destination, one of the most important thing to keep in mind is to never overstay the visa you are holding otherwise you will face stiff penalties for violating your allowable length of stay in the Kingdom. Defining visa overstay Visa overstay happens when you are still staying in Thailand beyond the date when you are supposed to exit the country. Suppose you are allowed to stay in Thailand on August 20 but you have exceeded your stay in Thailand for a day, August 21, you are already considered as an overstaying alien. Reasons behind overstaying one’s visa The reasons behind visa overstays vary from person to person. Some may be intentional while others have simply overlooked the date they are supposed to leave…
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Thai 90-Day Reporting

Thai 90-Day Reporting

Thai Visa
Every foreigner with extended stay in Thailand (holders of thai multiple entry visa, thai retirement visa, and other long-term visas) need to report with the Thai immigration authorities every 90 days. The filing process is relatively easy but nonetheless very important since the failure to do so would mean a violation of the Thai immigration laws. The 90-day Reporting Process In doing a 90 day reporting, the foreigner may be able to do so by: Making a personal appearance at an immigration office. Authorizing another party to make the report on his behalf, or Sending the notification through registered mail. Also, reporting does not need to be on the 90th day itself. The individual can report 15 days prior the expiration of the 90 days or even 7 days after.…
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Thai Immigration – Phuket

Thai Immigration – Phuket

Thai Immigration
If you are a foreigner with Phuket as your place of residence in Thailand then knowing where exactly the Immigration Office is very important since you can have your visa extended there. You can also do your 90-day reporting with the said office as well as to apply for a re-entry permit if you have a 1 year extended visa but has to leave Thailand temporarily within the visa validity period. You may choose to contact Siam Legal International for assistance in extending your current visa. Thai Immigration - Phuket 482 Phuket Road, Amphoe Muenag, Changwat Phuket Telephone: 0-7622-1905 / Fax: 0-7621-2108  
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Thai Immigration – Chonburi, Pattaya

Thai Immigration – Chonburi, Pattaya

Thai Immigration
The Immigration Office in Pattaya has since moved to a new building in Banglamung. With the number of expats living in the area, the office has been very busy and so it is advised for foreigner to be early when seeking for appointment. The office can provide foreigners with various immigration-related services such as the acceptance and granting of re-entry permit applications and visa extensions. The office also caters the 90-day reporting for tourists with extended visas. In case of fines related to overstays or if you wish to be informed on certain visa types such as the business visa, retirement visa and marriage visa, you can choose to visit Siam Legal Pattaya office near the Immigration Office. The firm’s personnel will surely provide them with exceptional service. Thai Immigration…
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Thai Immigration – Bangkok

Thai Immigration – Bangkok

Thai Immigration
If you are in Bangkok then you will known that Thai Immigration in Bangkok has moved to the new large complex near the old Bangkok airport. We have listed the contact details below with a map to the Thai immigration office in Bangkok. This is where you can do your 90 day reporting and also extend your tourist visa for an additional 30 days. (more…)
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