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Dear Pattaya Area American Citizens,

The Consular Section of the American Embassy in Bangkok is pleased to

inform you that there will be a consular outreach visit to Pattaya on

January 29, 2009. Please come if you can!

Consular staff will be available to provide consular services at the

following location:

Thursday, January 29, 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Aisawan Resort and Spa,

at 445/3 Moo 5, Soi Wongamart, Pattaya-Naklua Road, Banglamung,

Chonburi, Thailand 20150, telephone: 038-411-940-8.

The following consular services will be available during our outreach

visits:

* Passport renewal applications ($75.00 or Baht 2550 for adult

passports, and $85 or Baht 2890 for a child's passport)

* Notarial Services and Certified Copies ($30.00 or Baht 1020)

* Social security, VA or other federal benefits questions will be

limited, but we will try to provide forms and answers

(Please bring exact change!)

NOTE: We cannot process extra visa pages during our outreach trips. We

can accept applications, but the passports will have to be brought back

to the Embassy for final processing the next day. The passports will

then have to be picked up in person (or by a friend upon presentation of

a letter of authorization signed by the applicant) at the Embassy. We

regret any inconvenience caused by this change in procedure, and we are

still working on gaining authorization to begin mailing passports back

to applicants.

Additionally, Consular Reports of Birth cannot be processed during

consular outreach trips.

If you have any questions, please e-mail: [email protected] or call the

American Citizen Services Unit at: 02-205-4049.

We look forward to seeing you in Pattaya on Thursday, January 29.

Sincerely,

American Citizen Services

U.S. Embassy

Bangkok, Thailand

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Can the consular staff issue INCOME LETTERS for the purpose of qualifying for retirement extensions during this Pattaya visit, or do you have to go to the Bangkok embassy for that?

They will notarize the income letters for you. I've done this twice in the past and it's a great alternative to going all the way to BKK. I just wish they had come a couple weeks earlier this time as my retirement visa expired on Jan. 13. I had to make the dreaded run to the ACS in Bangkok.

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