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Many people where concerned about their visa, as well as the health in March and April, with no official announcements, their was crowding in many immigration offices around Thailand. The result of this was for the Government to offer a visa Amnesty. This was then extended until July 31st. It relates to the following; Visa...
As of October 31st anyone holding a 0A visa is required to have health insurance to cover your stay in Thailand. The government has given a list of providers and there is a minimum level of cover. The coverage is set at 400,000 for in-patient treatment and 40,000 for outpatient treatment. If you are considering...
As way of a brief introduction, we have been working in Chiang Mai for the last 10 years primarily focused on visa issues. Having processed 1000s of visa for ex pats in Chiang Mai we have a great understanding of the visa systems and regulations. One thing to note however is the officers have a...
Please note this is only for Chiang Mai immigration. They have confirmed that any person who has previously held and OA visa and then extended it inside Thailand WILL NEED health insurance for the renewal. This means if you arrived 3 years a go on an OA visa and since then have been getting extensions...