Many foreigners choose to marry their Thai partner in the ‘Land of Smiles’. There are some stand-out benefits in doing this. Not least being the fact that the actual ceremony takes place in an idyllic setting of your choice and that the rousing wedding reception with a difference ...
Category: Thai Visas
In Thailand, just like many other countries, you will find a huge set of visa policies that are set in place when it comes to foreigners entering and exiting the country. While visitors from certain countries will find it easy to enter the kingdom without a visa for ...
Applying for a student visa in Thailand is quite easy if you know the rules set by the Immigration Bureau. Most students seeking an education visa in Thailand usually apply for language courses or look to study other skills such as scuba diving or Thai ...
The Latest Thai Visa Rules for 2017 So far, in 2017 there have not been too many changes to the Thai Visa rules, however some confusion still remains over how many visa exempt entries one is able to receive. Immigrants from the following countries can obtain 2 Visa Exempt entries at ...
Pattaya introduces bar codes for 90 day reports, removing the paperwork requirement Some great news for expats living in Chonburi, is that the 90 day report just got much easier! Over recent months the Immigration office at Soi 5, Jomtien have been trialling a bar code system which removes the requirement ...
Living & working in Thailand can often seem like a dream come true for anyone who visits Thailand on a holiday or extended holiday. But as many expatriates learn each year this dream can quickly turn into a nightmare if work permit regulations or other rules are not followed. All about Work ...
And my story of exiting Thailand for the first time in 8 years I’m not entirely sure how it came to be that I hadn’t left the country in as much as 8 years. I had been extremely fortunate with visa situations and never needed to do a border run but ...
Changes to the overstay rules for Thai Visa holders - March 2016 As of March 20th, 2016 any foreigner who overstays their visa in the Kingdom of Tahiland for a period of more than 90 days will be banned from re-entering the Kingdom. This rule change is being brought about as part of ...
Understanding the Thailand visa run rules and what to expect on your first visa run Hopefully, reading this article will mean that you are a little more prepared than I was... I must admit, I was a little apprehensive the first time, not being able to speak Thai, "what if they asked me ...
90 Day Reporting in Thailand Personal Info Form Re-entry permits in Thailand Your Complete Guide to 90 Day Reporting Online in Thailand...