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Hi, can anyone help? I’m looking for some advise.  I’m traveling to North Thailand I hope to be there for 70 days

My question is about the visa requirements and can I obtain on online without the hassle of traveling to the Thai Embassy? 

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You can send your passport to the embassy / consulate, they issue you the visa and send it back to you.

For 70 days you should apply for a single entry tourist visa.

The procedure and required document depend on the embassy / consulate so check their website or ask them for the details.

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Get a tourist visa in your home country , just as jackdd wrote.

And prepare papers for a visit to the immigration in Thailand after around 45-50 days for a extension which gives you 30 more days.

Papers: route to the nearest immigration for your convenience,  copy tickets, passport and TM card. And of course pas-photo. Fee 1900THB.

Tourist visa is for 60 days.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Metropolitian said:

Get a tourist visa in your home country , just as jackdd wrote.

And prepare papers for a visit to the immigration in Thailand after around 45-50 days for a extension which gives you 30 more days.

Papers: route to the nearest immigration for your convenience,  copy tickets, passport and TM card. And of course pas-photo. Fee 1900THB.

Tourist visa is for 60 days.

 

 

Good luck with that if your from the uk getting a visa online is a total nightmare 

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29 minutes ago, SERGERAMOS said:

Good luck with that if your from the uk getting a visa online is a total nightmare 

Agreed I did it last week.  Still get flashbacks.

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You should state your nationality when asking this kind of question, along with stating where you currently reside if not in your home country. The rules for issuing visas vary greatly from country to country. Sometimes, knowing where in your country of residence you are is also helpful, as sometimes there is a nearby consulate we can direct you to for a simplified visa application.

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