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Non O (Multi Entry) no longer issued at Royal Thai Embassy in London - new financial requirements for Single Entry Tourist Visas (SETV)

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11 hours ago, MasterBaker said:

Certainly will weed some balloon chasers here. Well done England!

What's it got to do with England. It's a decision by the Thai immigration authorities.

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Hi .  Does anybody know the financial requirement for a SETV  ?

I have searched but cant find any info on this . 

Thanks .   kr

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44 minutes ago, wobalt said:


If you charge a specific people, not when you question the process


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What specific people would you take to court in Germany about the process of the Thai embassy in Germany used for the issuance of a visa to travel to Thailand?

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What specific people would you take to court in Germany about the process of the Thai embassy in Germany used for the issuance of a visa to travel to Thailand?

As I said I would not take people to court but would investigate if the process fulfill legal requirements in Germany


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Removed off-topic posts about visas issued at places other than the Thai embassy in London, UK.

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16 minutes ago, keefryan said:

Hi .  Does anybody know the financial requirement for a SETV  ?

I have searched but cant find any info on this . 

Thanks .   kr

There've not been any changes in the actual terms of the visa, so it'll be the UK equivalent of 20000 baht. The London embassy hasn't specified the amount on there, but this is from the Thai embassy in Helsinki under single entry tourist visa requirements:

"Current bank statement of the applicant showing the balance of 600 euro for last 3 months (1200 euro per family...)" 

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9 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

Multiple Entry Non-Immigrant Visa will be valid for 1 year from the date of issue. Travellers must enter Thailand within the validity of visa.  However, the permitted length of stay is up to 1 year from the date of arrival in Thailand."

Joe, reading this seems to imply that the holder of this type of ME visa, be it a type O or a non - O will be permitted to stay in Thailand for one year from his or her date of arrival.

 

I'm sure this can't be right!

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9 hours ago, Chivas said:

Lot down Cornwall way where salaries are very low where a 1500 net salary will simply not be there for at least 75% of workers

It's not just down in Cornwall. Lots of manual workers all over the UK now have to compete with Eastern Europeans for not just a living wage but more and more often any sort of a job at all.

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3 minutes ago, yogi100 said:

It's not just down in Cornwall. Lots of manual workers all over the UK now have to compete with Eastern Europeans for not just a living wage but more and more often any sort of a job at all.

that's why a lot of low or unskilled workers voted for Brexit. Wages have not risen in 20 years 

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3 hours ago, Lovethailandelite said:

100% he applied for the visa before or on the 14th June. Now he will need to email documents the same as requested in the E visa application, to the consulate first, inc financials and need to wait for confirmation and approval.

 

Wrong - he applied at the Glasgow consulate

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Please note that the Royal Thai Consulates in Cardiff, Gibraltar, Glasgow, Hull, and Liverpool in the UK, and in Dublin, Ireland, will continue to receive and process visa applications in the same way. Those who wish to apply for visa at the Royal Thai Consulates can continue to do so as usual.

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9 hours ago, Jumbo1968 said:

I have a Non O Immigrant Multi Entry based on me being in receipt of my UK Pension from London which allows me 90 Days in Thailand.

 

Does it now mean I can only have a Single Entry then have too apply again when I go back too the UK every 90 Days at £150 ?

 

My current Non O Multi Entry expires on April the 4th 2020, if I leave in Match 2020 will I still get another 3 months from the date I re-enter Thailand ?

I got that same visa for 125 quid just before they put it up to 150 quid. Also from London in March '19.

It expires March 2020.

I'm in receipt of a STATE Pension. 

Are you positive it's a Non - O. Mine is not.

What does it say under category? 

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5 hours ago, misterphil said:
  • Applicant must be of age 50 years old or over. For 

    Non-Immigrant Type O- A (Long Stay) 1 Year/Multiple entries 

The thread is about multi entry O visa not O-A visa which are totally different.

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15 hours ago, BritTim said:

Right now, this is implemented in China, the UK and France (but thankfully not yet at the consulates). Supposedly, the intention is to extend this wonderful system to other locations in time.

I was denied a ME Non Immigrant O at a consulate in Australia.

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15 hours ago, natway09 said:

Any longer than a 90 day visa being issued is certainly not for tourist purposes.

Please name me a country that issues a multiple entry 1 year visa without much qualification.

 

Australian ME visitors visa allows 90 day entry, is valid for one year and costs less that the Thai METV!

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