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Hi guys,

I'm Australian flew over to Thailand 2 weeks ago to see my girlfriend and stayed for 28 days. I'm flying again next week and staying for another 28 days, just wondering if there would be any problems with Immigration. This is my second time travelling to Thailand within 2 months. Will I be okay? it's making me stress.

 

Cheers, appreciate it.

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I am a having a small problem understanding your post.

Have you left already and plan on returning next week?

Are you aware you can extend your 30 day entry for 30 days at immigration?

 

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Sorry man, I'm currently in australia on 3rd of july I flew to thailand and stayed until 1 august, I'm planning to fly again on the 20th next week and stay another 28 days, Yes i am aware but I can only stay a month due to work

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Since it appears it will only be your 2nd entry visa exempt entry you should not have a problem when entering the country.

There is no written limit on the number of entries you can do visa exempt.

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Thanks a lot, really appreciate it,

Would it be worth while to print off my funds, hotel and return flight?,

Cheers

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10 minutes ago, goldskie said:

Would it be worth while to print off my funds, hotel and return flight?

It would not hurt to have those in case you were asked to show one or more of them.

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13 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

It would not hurt to have those in case you were asked to show one or more of them.

20,000 baht cash or Oz/USA dollars equivalent in your hip pocket would be better than a print out. Print out of flight details and hotel booking is ok.

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As often as your wallet allows you. 

1 minute ago, goldskie said:

I thought it was 10,000 baht or equivalent?

 

Nope, it's 20 K. 

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27 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

As often as your wallet allows you. 

29 minutes ago, goldskie said:

I thought it was 10,000 baht or equivalent?

 

Nope, it's 20 K. 

No. It’s 20K with a visa. If entering using visa exempt it’s only 10K.

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1 hour ago, goldskie said:

This is my second time travelling to Thailand within 2 months. Will I be okay?

Probably.

 

It’s worth getting a letter from your girlfriend inviting you to visit and a copy of her ID.  You can then show justifiable reason for your frequent visits if you’re questioned by the immigration officer.

 

1 hour ago, goldskie said:

Would it be worth while to print off my funds, hotel and return flight?,

If you’re staying at your girlfriends address include that in the letter. Otherwise a hotel reservation is good to have. 

 

You should have an onward flight, and at least 10K baht in cash. It could be all or part in AUS $.

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I don't really have any plans for hotels I never really book. But I will be able to provide proof of finance and return ticket, I'm meeting my girlfriend when I arrive at the airport, Is her Thai ID really necessary. Surely I'll be fine for my 2nd time into Thailand.

 

Once again cheers,

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14 hours ago, 10years said:

I was initially denied entry on only my second VE entry this year.

What was the reason? <deleted> thats got me a bit worried

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