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Mr Smithy

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  1. On 3/15/2020 at 9:21 AM, ubonjoe said:

    Not sure what he meant.

    You only need to use both passports if you have a valid visa issued by an embassy or consulate in the old passport.

    If an extension of stay or a valid re-entry permit issued by immigration is in the new passport it is not needed.

    Sorry for being unclear  What I said was that valid VISAS are not transferred to a new passport - if a valid VISA is in an canceled passport then both passports are required to enter the country unless a 30 day visa exempt entry is wanted. 

  2. On 3/15/2020 at 8:15 AM, Lacessit said:

    There are four stamps in the new passport. TR, July 2014. Non-O, August 2014. Non-RE, August 2019. Also a stamp which details the number of the old passport, and what I think was either my first entry into Thailand, or the commencement date of the old passport.  My extension was November 2019. Not sure if that addresses the point you are making.



    You have just confirmed NO visa was transferred - Thanks

  3. 1 minute ago, kimamey said:

    Is it possible to get an extension to the 90 days? It would have to be without financial evidence as I don't have that available right now. 

    Only if you are married to a Thai person or the father of a Thai child.  Otherwise you can apply for an extension which will be refused but you might be given 7 days during which you must leave the country

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