There is often quite a lot of confusion regarding the Thai Non-Immigrant O Visa and the Thai Non-Immigrant O-A visa, with many thinking that the visas are the same. From the outset, in this article, we would like to state that there are NOT the same, and indeed there...
With an increasing number of people from Europe, the US and Australia looking to retire overseas, it is not hard to understand why for so many, Thailand is the obvious choice. Many may well have looked at other potential options such as The Philippines, Panama or...
Exempt Stamp & On-Arrival Visa Extended to boost Tourism in Thailand from 1st October 2022
The Center for COVID – 19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has approved longer Exempt Visa Stamp and On-Arrival Visas to Thailand starting from October 1st until 31st March 2023 as part of efforts to revitalize the economy due to the pandemic.
Passport holders that entered Thailand on an Exempt stamp for 30 days will be allowed to enter on a 45 days Exempt Stamp from October 1st and On-Arrival visa that entered Thailand on 15 days will be now allow to enter on 30 days On-Arrival Visa.