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BANGKOK 19 January 2019 11:01
davehowden

Re-entry Permit requirements

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Can somebody please advise what copies of passport pages etc. are required for a re-entry permit (TM 8), thank you.

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You need copies of your

  • photo page
  • most recent entry stamp into Thailand
  • departure card
  • current visa, and your
  • TM30.

You also need to provide a photo and cash, of course.

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5 hours ago, MrBrad said:

You need copies of your

  • photo page
  • most recent entry stamp into Thailand
  • departure card
  • current visa, and your
  • TM30.

You also need to provide a photo and cash, of course.

 

And decide in advance, do you want:

 

- A single exit and re-entry stamp? or

- A multiple exit and re-entry stamp? Good for unlimited exits and re-entries for one year from gaining this stamps and of course within the expiry date of your actual visa.

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Is it possible to exit the country on a re-entry permit during the 30 day "under consideration" period when applying for a one-year extension based on marriage?

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Not possible to leave the country during that time. You'd have to reaply for the visa upon return.

 

If you leave the country and pass customs at cnx or bkk airport, Its very easy to get the re entry permit done at the airport. Costs a little extra but saves you time to visit your local immigration office. 

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I do this every year when I renew my Extension.

I get my Multi Re-entry permits at the Jomtien office. Takes about 20 minutes (though last time it only took 10 minutes).
 

I have a checklist in a folder specifically for this. On that checklist:
 

TM.8 Application (include passport size photo and add phone number beside signature). http://bangkok.immigration.go.th/download/form_tm8.pdf
Photocopies of:

  1. Facepage of passport
  2. old Re-Entry permit (if applicable)
  3. New yearly Extension stamp
  4. Departure card.

(All signed of course.)


1,900 baht for a Single Re-Entry or 3,800 baht for a Multi Re-entry permit.

Note that different Immigration offices (and even different Immigration Officers) can have different requirements so don't be surprised if you go to a different office and they ask for different things (like a photocopy of the passport page showing your last entry stamp or showing where your Visa was transferred to a new passport, etc, etc).

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You may leave the country during your 30 day  consideration time.

Just get a reentry permit which will be good until the expiration day .

I have done it twice

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8 hours ago, MrBrad said:

You need copies of your

  • photo page
  • most recent entry stamp into Thailand
  • departure card
  • current visa, and your
  • TM30.

You also need to provide a photo and cash, of course.

TM 30 ?

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2 hours ago, martijn12345 said:

You'd have to reaply for the visa upon return.

What "visa" would someone reapply for in Thailand if he was under consideration for an extension of stay? 

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I believe 'under consideration' means that you have already applied with all needed paperwork and the Immig has shuffled your papers into the pile. Or, like in my case, Immig would not issue new Non-O until 60 day tourist visa was on final day. I was 'under consideration' for 2 weeks and then on my last day i got my Non-O with no problem.

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The guys that do the photo copies beside the office know exactly what copies you need.

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5 hours ago, Kerryd said:

I do this every year when I renew my Extension.

I get my Multi Re-entry permits at the Jomtien office. Takes about 20 minutes (though last time it only took 10 minutes).
 

I have a checklist in a folder specifically for this. On that checklist:
 

TM.8 Application (include passport size photo and add phone number beside signature). http://bangkok.immigration.go.th/download/form_tm8.pdf
Photocopies of:

  1. Facepage of passport
  2. old Re-Entry permit (if applicable)
  3. New yearly Extension stamp
  4. Departure card.

(All signed of course.)


1,900 baht for a Single Re-Entry or 3,800 baht for a Multi Re-entry permit.

Note that different Immigration offices (and even different Immigration Officers) can have different requirements so don't be surprised if you go to a different office and they ask for different things (like a photocopy of the passport page showing your last entry stamp or showing where your Visa was transferred to a new passport, etc, etc).

Hi

Can I do this rentry permit thing for a single entry non o visa (based on being parent of a Thai child)

Many thanks

 

 

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11 hours ago, swissman53 said:

A single reentry cost 1000 Bath NOT 1900


Correct. Not sure why I keep thinking it's 1,900. Probably read something about it years ago or got it confused with something else. Never actually got a single re-entry permit myself as I always expect that I could end up making multiple trips each year (especially when working overseas).

 

 

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Correct. Not sure why I keep thinking it's 1,900. Probably read something about it years ago or got it confused with something else. Never actually got a single re-entry permit myself as I always expect that I could end up making multiple trips each year (especially when working overseas).
 
 

1,900 baht is the cost for yearly extension .

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