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BANGKOK 18 February 2019 08:06

vi2004

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  1. From reading on thavisa.com I was under the impression that a visa is not being transferred into your new passport. But I am getting different information from friends and from the embassy's website. I have a Non Immigrant O Visa multiple entry based on being married to a Thai. The visa was issued in May 2017 in Savannakhet, Laos. Since then I have been in and out the country a couple of times. Now my passport almost ran out of free pages so I will go to the embassy in Bangkok to apply for a new passport. I was under the impression that a visa is not being transferred into the new passport but that you have to present both passports to Thai immigration every time you are entering "within the validity of the visa in your old passport". Now friends are telling me that this is not possible but that the visa indeed has to be transferred to the new passport. Furthermore the embassy of my home country offers the service of providing me with a statement that I have to take to Thai immigration so that Thai immigration can "transfer visa or entry stamp" (quoted from the embassy's website). So now I am confused. What do I have to do?
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