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My husband has a visa (PE) which expired on Nov 2 2020. His entry stamp from Suvarnabhumi immigration expires Nov 1st 2021. (PE visas get 1 year entry stamp on each arrival)

 

He will be 50 on May 28 and plans to get a retirement visa.

 

The question I have is the entry stamp expiry date more important than the visa expiry date itself for (a) staying in Thailand and (B) applying for a retirement visa.

 

Any help appreciated!

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Thank you Ubon Joe. A quick speedy reply as ever!

 

Going out of the country doesn't look like much of an option with the quarantines in place.

Is it possible to get a tourist visa whilst within Thailand or any other visa-exempt entry as you suggested?

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5 minutes ago, thaiclan said:

Thank you Ubon Joe. A quick speedy reply as ever!

 

Going out of the country doesn't look like much of an option with the quarantines in place.

Is it possible to get a tourist visa whilst within Thailand or any other visa-exempt entry as you suggested?

You entered on PE. That means no to your question. Don't even think an agent can do much.

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27 minutes ago, thaiclan said:

Is it possible to get a tourist visa whilst within Thailand or any other visa-exempt entry as you suggested?

That is not possible without leaving the country. Neither can be issued here in the country,

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Thanks for the replies guys.

So I guess the best thing to do is just sit in Thailand until closer to the entry stamp expiry date (Nov 1st) and wait and see what is the state of the world at that point.

Thanks again Ubon Joe and DrJack54 !

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18 hours ago, thaiclan said:

His entry stamp from Suvarnabhumi immigration expires Nov 1st 2021.

Hopefully, by the end of summer, the borders will be open again and a Non-O can be obtained in a neighboring country (and/or Singapore or Vietnam).

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