Thai Visa & Work Permit
Attached is a PDF file of new Immigration offices - when/where is not firm in many cases but it appears most provinces will have an office located locally. First province, after number is responsible for any others listed after it.
Mayuree Sukyingcharoenwong The Nation 12.09.2009
BANGKOK (thaivisa.com): -- In a crackdown on the 60-days tourist visas, several Royal Thai Embassies and Consulates has announced increased screening of tourist visa applicants. We also have several reports on the Thaivisa Forum that this practice already has been enforced by some Embassies and Consulates.
Phuket Gazette 05.09.2009
Thai Immigration Bureau has issued a new regulation to be enforced from June 1, 2009. In a crackdown on foreigners who regularly abuse the tourist exemption rule of getting 15 days stay at border entry points, the Immigration Bureau has confirmed and informed thaivisa.com of the following new regulation:
Pattaya Daily News 21.04.2009
Chutima Sidasathian and Alan Morison Phuket Wan 15.04.2009
Sawittree Namwiwatsuk Pattaya Mail 24.03.2009
James Finch, Nilobon Tangprasit Bangkok Post 23.03.2009
Last time we talked about the visas available to a foreigner who wants to retire in Thailand. You'll recall there are two of them. The first is the Non-Imm O-A, for which you apply at a Thai embassy or consulate outside Thailand. You can apply for the second, the Non-Imm O, extended for retirement purposes, within Thailand by converting from a tourist visa. This time we will explain how the Non-Imm O-A and Non-Imm O are renewed, and a couple of other topics applicable to both.
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