woodchuck 0 Posted September 20, 2010 Share Posted September 20, 2010 Hey people! Your kind and prompt help would be most appreciated. I know some people get a bit bent out of shape when a common question is asked over and over again on this forum but I think, after doing a short bit of research that this is seemingly an obscure question. Anyway, it goes like this... I have to go to Laos to get my 1 year, non-B visa. In the process I want to then go to do some traveling around SE Asia. Thus, after a brief hiatus in Vientiane to get the visa I will head east to Vietnam and then over to Cambodia before ultimately returning to Thailand with my visa in tow. Now, my employer suggests that this plan of action is quite unorthodox and may come with some issues when I finally return to Thailand. They insist that most folks get the visa and simply head directly back to Siam. So they have no idea what happens to the visa once you leave Laos and go, not to Thailand, but instead to a different country before ultimately coming back. Now, based on my simple reasoning, I would think that this would result in no particular issue/problem. But to be sure, I was hoping to get input from the good folks that observe this forum on the regular. So, that being said, what issues, if any, can I expect with this course of action? If nobody knows for sure or if no one has ever done anything akin to it (I doubt it) then would people at least know what tree to bark up? That is to say, where i might find useful information on this matter? Thanks for you help!! CT Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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