Thailand Immigration Office

By | August 15, 2014

CHONBURI (PATTAYA) IMMIGRATION OFFICE NEWS The Pattaya City Expats Club endeavors to stay abreast of the latest news regarding the you can apply for a Non-Immigrant “O” Visa from an Immigration Office in Thailand. After you receive the Visa stamp and pay the 2,000 Baht fee,

The Chonburi (Pattaya) Immigration Office to extend your stay in Thailand on the basis of retirement (commonly referred to as a “retirement visa”). from Thai Immigration within Thailand receiving a 90 day permitted stay. Usually

Thailand™s Immigration processes are governed by three main Acts. These are the Immigration Act, Alien Working Act, and the Nationality Act. Immigration Office for the issuance of a residence permit. If the applicant is a child under 12 years of

Information Sheet 7 – Student Visa Updated July 11 37 South Sathorn Road Bangkok 10120 Telephone +66 2 344 6400 • Facsimile +66 2 344 6341 • Website:

Kingdom of Thailand on the basis of one year visa extension for the total of at least 3 consecutive years Laksi District, Bangkok 10210 Telephone 0 2143 8224-5, 0 2141 9898-9 or at Provincial immigration offices, or – Applying Office of the Attorney

Fact Sheet – Change to receiving office for visas in South Asia – Thailand, Sri Lanka and Vietnam . From 11 February 2013 (Thailand) and 18 February 2013 (Vietnam), the Immigration New Zealand offices in Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City will no longer receive visa applications.

Australian Embassy Bangkok Visa and Immigration Office 37 South Sathorn Road Bangkok 10120 Website: Email: have not previously entered Australia on a Working Holiday visa (subclass 417)

Visa and Immigration Office Australian Embassy Bangkok 37 South Sathorn Road, list of approved doctors provided by the Visa and Immigration Office, Australian Embassy Bangkok. A list of these doctors is also on the Australian Embassy Website

Factor Affecting Thailand Immigration Policies during 1992-2004. Paper presented at the 2007 Conference on International Migration, 67 Multi-local Livelihoods and Human Security: Bangkok. (in Thai) Office of Migrant Workers Administration (OFWA) 2010. Annual report on foreigners who