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Sorry but my search of the forum lead to nothing

I would like to extend my visa exempt during my visa approval process (Schengen passport).

If anyone has the line of an agent at Lak Si (just for peace of mind) that would be great

thanks

 

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6 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

A 30 day extension to a visa exempt requires very little.

You can do it yourself. 

Do you have a TM30 

 

https://aseannow.com/topic/1328362-30-day-extension/ 

 

Regards agent ThaiVisaCentre is a Bangkok agent.

Think they have pick up service for 30 day extension. 

thank you very much

By the way, i would like to deeply thank Thai immigration police for their humanity, honesty and integrity.

It's nice to see honest people can always sort things out without troubles in Thailand

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28 minutes ago, totsakan said:

nice to see honest people can always sort things out without troubles in Thailand

Not sure about this post.

Back to your question.

At LakSi there is photocopy joint left side of immigration office.

Hand over your passport and tell them you are obtaining 30 day extension.

You need to have a TM30. 

Screenshot from hotel will do.

 

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5 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

Not sure about this post.

Back to your question.

At LakSi there is photocopy joint left side of immigration office.

Hand over your passport and tell them you are obtaining 30 day extension.

You need to have a TM30. 

Screenshot from hotel will do.

 

very helpful, thanks

(about your quote, i talk from my own experience only, i understand that different times and places creates different situations)

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On 6/11/2024 at 8:57 PM, totsakan said:

very helpful, thanks

(about your quote, i talk from my own experience only, i understand that different times and places creates different situations)

 

And that's true, e.g. I got posted to Thailand about 33 years ago.

 

About 27 years ago I applied for Thai Permanent Residence and got it.

 

In the years after I arrive here I of course had regular contact with immigration to do the annual renewal of my visa linked to my work permit. Sometimes very pleasant interaction with immigration folks, sometimes not.

 

As above I got lifetime PR about 27 years ago therefore no annual contact with immigration. But several times my PR book was full (full of departing / arriving passport stamps; the PR book and the actual passport are stamped with the departure / arrival stamps).

 

PR book full, so off to immigration to get a replacement PR book. PR status is not part of this exercise, just a simple quick administration exercise to issue a new book.

 

But the last time I went to CW to get a replacement PR book I arrived at that small section*, in my wheelchair about 11:10 am and was greeted with "you have been here before, why don't you come early so you don't interfere with the immigration officers lunch break, come back after lunch'.

 

(* This is a small Immigration section, 2 officers who have very little work to do, never customers waiting.)

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