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1 minute ago, CharlieH said:

Perhaps it wouod be helpful if you supplied a list of what you actually DO as opposed to occasionally saying what you dont do.

 

Just a suggestion. 😃


We used to do this, but the list has grown shorter as we can handle most cases.

 

The only route we really cannot handle is if you need a work visa.

I am not sure what @salsajapan particular situation is but if he is married to Thai we could help him move over to a marriage visa, and then he could still work.

If not then his best option would to push the company he is working for to sort this out directly with immigration.

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6 minutes ago, salsajapan said:

 

 


So true !

I also had friends who told me that their system was annoying and they prefered to go to Pattaya to find a real agent...

 

 

 

There are many agents, but just because we use modern systems does not make us not a REAL agent.

 

Majority of our clients have used other agents in the past, and it is normal for someone to be in contact with 3-4 agents when determining what their best options may be.

 

I wish you luck.

 

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13 minutes ago, CorpusChristie said:

 

  You should try to stop getting "more than annoyed" about such trivial matters , conversing with a computer can be frustrating , but you shouldnt let if effect you long term 

 

We have been looking into adding frustration detection, but the problem is most of the people that dont answer the questions are actually not looking for the services we offer.

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8 minutes ago, ThaiVisaCentre said:

 

We have been looking into adding frustration detection, but the problem is most of the people that dont answer the questions are actually not looking for the services we offer.

Well unless you state what you do actually offer how are they supposed know ?Your statement therefore reinforces my earlier comment.

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22 minutes ago, CharlieH said:

Well unless you state what you do actually offer how are they supposed know ?Your statement therefore reinforces my earlier comment.

 

Unfortunately our system is optimized for answering questions for leads that come from our targeted ads.

 

At this time it still does not make sense for us to change this, and optimize for an edge case.

I will try to get the root post here updated to state that we do not assist with obtaining non-b/work visas, as it seems like it has lead to some confusion.

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HI, I NEED VISA TO ENTER TO THAILAND - BANGKOK, ASAP.

 

For 2 passengers, 1 Vietnamese passport holder, 1 Italian passport holder.

We are both in Italy right now, need to come to Thailand for business ASAP ( any visa is applicable for our case ), pls guide us how to get the visa.

 Thanks,

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1 hour ago, JASMINE CHAU said:

HI, I NEED VISA TO ENTER TO THAILAND - BANGKOK, ASAP.

 

For 2 passengers, 1 Vietnamese passport holder, 1 Italian passport holder.

We are both in Italy right now, need to come to Thailand for business ASAP ( any visa is applicable for our case ), pls guide us how to get the visa.

 Thanks,

 

We require that you are already inside of Thailand to use our services (like most agents).

You can try googling for agents that help with the STV like ThaiLongStay, or simply contacting your local Thai Embassy for entry options.

 

4 minutes ago, zzzzz said:

is it really that difficult to send them an email or call them?

 

 

For most people it usually is enough 😅.

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On 11/14/2020 at 4:34 PM, ThaiVisaCentre said:

 

We currently do not know if we will be able to apply for 60 day visa extensions in December, we will have to wait until then to know.

 

If you wish switch to a longer term visa make sure you have 20 days left in order to do that with us.

Please confirm with our staff via LINE/EMAIL, we may also be able to do another 90 day extension.

so 60 days visa are not forever ?

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On 11/18/2020 at 11:11 PM, questionsreplies said:

so 60 days visa are not forever ?

 

If you look at the 3 provided choices 

  1. I am not permitted to enter the destination country, or the pandemic situation of Covid-19 is still ongoing.

  2. The embassy / consulate is unable to issue the letter of confirmation, and request for a temporary stay.

  3. No return flight, or airline available

If you look #1 will be harder to check due to countries allowing free travel, and covid-19 becoming more under control. As for #2 we don't know how many times you can get these 60 day extensions and have them still be considered "temporary stay". Currently flights are widely available to/from many countries so very few can qualify for #3 (especially multiple times).

 

We honestly do not know how easy it will be to continue to get these types of extensions. As travel gets easier in/out of the country we expect approval for this type of extension to get harder.

 

Anything can happen, it also could be easy to continue to extending.

 

We will have to wait, and see.

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7 hours ago, salsajapan said:

I read that a marriage visa extension costs 40000 when the official price is only 1900 ? Who gets the difference ? 🙂

The bulk, I believe, goes to officials at both local and regional level. My understanding is that only a small part goes to the agent.

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13 hours ago, BritTim said:

The bulk, I believe, goes to officials at both local and regional level. My understanding is that only a small part goes to the agent.

i bet its around 75/25%  with immigration getting the 75

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