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I am shortly doing a visa run.

I note the requirement is for proof of onward travel.

As thats the case I am thinking of buying a one way ticket to london,flight around the 10th May.

So my question is,will this be acceptable ? because its beyond the 60 day visa and during the additional 30 day extension period, (which obviously I am planning to apply for.)

I understand the alternative is to buy a "cheap" Air Asia ticket and throw it away,but maybe I,m better to bite the bullet and buy the ticket i will need anyway.

Thanks in Advance

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Proof of onward travel is for people without a visa (visa on arrival or visa exempt entry), not when one already has a visa.

proof of onward travel is just that, a ticket to a neighboring country is enough.

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