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I need to do a turn around next month 13th witch is to closest and best for BBk used to do them before in Phuket down to Penang, but been years since i did one has i am usually out before that with work but this time i think i need to do one got multi entry O visa so only want to cross border and backsame day. Thanks in advance.

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I need to do a turn around next month 13th witch is to closest and best for BBk used to do them before in Phuket down to Penang, but been years since i did one has i am usually out before that with work but this time i think i need to do one got multi entry O visa so only want to cross border and backsame day. Thanks in advance.

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It doesn't really matter which border you cross if you have a Non Imm O.

Malaysia is probably best as there is no visa cost involved,

unlike Cambodia and Laos.

A quick out and in flight is also an option.

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Hi all... A question related to my renewal of my permit to stay. My multiple entry non-immigrant 'o' visa is due to expire next month and I need to stay here in Thailand for a further 3-4 weeks. I have decided to book a flight to Singapore and return the same day. I am now trying to ascertain what length of stay I will be allowed when I return to Bangkok airport. With news of fifteen day stamps for people returning to Thailand without a visa I am trying to clear up this matter with somebody who knows - the Thai rules on immigration don't seem clear on the matter. Any help will be appreciated, thanks.

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Hi all... A question related to my renewal of my permit to stay. My multiple entry non-immigrant 'o' visa is due to expire next month and I need to stay here in Thailand for a further 3-4 weeks. I have decided to book a flight to Singapore and return the same day. I am now trying to ascertain what length of stay I will be allowed when I return to Bangkok airport. With news of fifteen day stamps for people returning to Thailand without a visa I am trying to clear up this matter with somebody who knows - the Thai rules on immigration don't seem clear on the matter. Any help will be appreciated, thanks.

A multiple entry permit doesn't allow you to stay till the end of the visa. Each time you come to thailand you get a permisison to stay for 90 days. You can come to Thailand an unlimited times within that year and every time get 90 days. So, if you leave Thailand and re-enter one day before your visa expires you get a new 90 days of stay. You only can't re-enter Thailand and get a new 90 day permisison to stay after your visa expires.

If you leave Thailand by air and return by air after your visa has expired you will get a permission to stay for 30 days, depending on your nationality. If entering by land border you only get 15 days.

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Hi all... A question related to my renewal of my permit to stay. My multiple entry non-immigrant 'o' visa is due to expire next month and I need to stay here in Thailand for a further 3-4 weeks. I have decided to book a flight to Singapore and return the same day. I am now trying to ascertain what length of stay I will be allowed when I return to Bangkok airport. With news of fifteen day stamps for people returning to Thailand without a visa I am trying to clear up this matter with somebody who knows - the Thai rules on immigration don't seem clear on the matter. Any help will be appreciated, thanks.

A multiple entry permit doesn't allow you to stay till the end of the visa. Each time you come to thailand you get a permisison to stay for 90 days. You can come to Thailand an unlimited times within that year and every time get 90 days. So, if you leave Thailand and re-enter one day before your visa expires you get a new 90 days of stay. You only can't re-enter Thailand and get a new 90 day permisison to stay after your visa expires.

If you leave Thailand by air and return by air after your visa has expired you will get a permission to stay for 30 days, depending on your nationality. If entering by land border you only get 15 days.

I have been in and out of Thailand over the course of the validity of my non-im 'o'. That hasn't been a problem. I just needed to clear up the bit about arriving back after a flight to Singapore and you have answered that for me nicely indeed. I am a UK national, so I should get the thirty days on arrival at Bangkok airport. It looks as if I don't need a visa to enter Singapore so I will choose to go there and come back the same day. Better than driving to Poipet and having to pay for a visa and then drive back to Bangkok. Thanks!

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