TM 30 Reporting – A Quick Guide for 2023

TM 30 Reporting – A Quick Guide for 2023

TM30 reporting in Thailand has left many landlords and foreign tenants wondering what to do. The obligations and the intricate nature of these reporting regulations can be baffling, and the resulting confusion and anxiety have led to discussions regarding its...
Retirement Visa Vs Marriage Visa – Which is Best?

Retirement Visa Vs Marriage Visa – Which is Best?

The choice between a Retirement Visa and a Marriage Visa can be a difficult decision, influencing your long-term stay in this tropical paradise. In this article, we share our expertise on both visas, weighing the pros and cons to help you make an informed choice for...
Is it Possible to Work on a Marriage Visa?

Is it Possible to Work on a Marriage Visa?

If you are marrying or are married to a Thai citizen and are looking to apply for a Thai marriage visa, understanding the nuances of working in Thailand becomes crucial. In this guide, we share our insights on the possibilities and pitfalls of working on a Thai...
5 Ways to Extend Your Stay in Thailand

5 Ways to Extend Your Stay in Thailand

Thailand is known for breathtaking sce­nery, lively traditions, and tasty food. Still, deciding how to prolong a visit he­re might seem daunting. In this pie­ce, we will walk you through five differe­nt methods for lengthening your time­ in Thailand. Each one has...

EXEMPT VISA STAMP BACK TO 30 DAYS

EXEMPT VISA STAMP BACK TO 30 DAYS

45 days Exempt visa stamp is no longer offered which was implemented on October 1st last year 2022 as an effort to help stimulate the Thai Tourism Industry. All the countries that eligible for Exempt Visa stamp will now get only 30 days upon arrival.

For those who want to stay longer for tourism purpose, travelers can also apply for a 60 days Tourist Visa head of time, which is of course, more costly and requires uploading a variety of documents as most embassies have moved to the E-Visa application system.

Either way, the Exempt Visa stamp for 30 days and Tourist Visa for 60 days can extend their stay for another 30 days at the cost of 1900 THB at a local Thai Immigration in Thailand. However, some nationalities may receive extension not more than 7 days on a Tourist Visa (if not eligible for Exempt Visa stamp)