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Get a Re-entry Permit @ Korat Immigration

If you have a single entry non-O or non-B visa, an extension of stay or permanent residency in Thailand, you must make sure that you don't leave the Kingdom (even if it's just a weekend away) without first obtaining a re-entry stamp. They can be purchased at Nakhorn Ratchasima's Immigration Office for 1000 Baht (if you...

Extend your tourist visa @ Dan Kwien Immigration

If your visiting Thailand on a 60 day Tourist Visa and you decide that you want to stay in the Kingdom a little longer, a 30 day extension to the visa is available from a few miles outside the city. The Immigration office covering Korat city is situated in Dan Kwien which is a village around 14 km from the Hua Talay...

Extend Your Tourist Visa Exemption @ Immigration

It used to be that you could extend your tourist visa exemption by a week for a fee of 1,900 baht, but things have now changed for the better. Tourists from the following countries can now extend their stay in the Kingdom by a month for the same fee of 1,900 baht: Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei...

Get a 60 Day Tourist Visa @ The Thai Embassy, Vientiane

Many tourists decide to extend their stays in Thailand and need to get a tourist visa when their 30 day visa exemption has run out. The closest city that offers tourist visas to Korat is Vientiane, the capital of Laos which is about six hours by car (but it's best to leave it in one of the...

DON'T Overstay!

Let's be honest most Farang who have spent quite some time in Thailand have overstayed on a few occasions. Examples include, while on holiday and the hassle of getting a visa for a stay of 35 days was too much, so a five day overstay was acceptable. Especially since the cost per day was only 200 Baht not so long ago, so five days overstay...

Multi Entry Non Imm ‘O’ Visa Renewal @ Savannakhet

I recently made a trip to Savannakhet Laos for a Multi Entry Non Imm ‘O’ visa. I took the Nakhonchai Tour bus (044 257 887) from Korat to Mukdahan, travelling up at 8.30am on a Sunday and returning on the 4:00pm bus on a Tuesday. There are no VIP buses but all...

Do a 90 Day Check In @ Nakhorn Ratchasima Immigration

When I first arrived in Thailand, I used to do a lot of border runs and it drove me mad (and poor!). Heading to the border every 30 days (then 15, then back to 30) is an expensive and disruptive way to stay in the Kingdom. Imagine my delight when I was told my my school...

Visa Run to Chon Chom @ the Cambodian Border

One of the challenges facing many Tourists visiting Korat who want to delay their return flights and stay in the Kingdom a little longer is not exceeding the 30 day visa exemption that tourists from most nationalities are given when they enter Thailand. A simple solution to this problem is to do a Visa Run to one of Thailand's...

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