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I am staying in Thailand with a Retirement Visa (non-O). I have also a Re-entry permit.   I did read somewhere that Thailand was going to let tourists back in. But I don't know if Bel

I will need to travel soon to Belgium to appear in a Court Case. After the court case (about 7 days) I would return to Thailand. Is this possible? Will there be any restrictions on travelling ba

Did you live the last few months under a rock? It will take you at least a few weeks before you will be able to come back, you have to spend 2 weeks in quarantine once back in Thailand, and it wi

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I'm not sure about Belgium,but France is locking /closing down at the moment.I would think it might not be so easy to be honest with you. I don't really know too much, sorry i can't help you more.

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6 minutes ago, userabcd said:

Check the Thai embassy website in Brussels. There they explain most of it.

 

www.thaiembassy.be/2020/07/09/application-for-certificate-of-entry-for-non-thai-nationals/?lang=en

COVID-19 NOTICE: ALL SERVICES IS *BY APPOINTMENT* ONLY

LATEST UPDATES (30 OCTOBER 2020)

  • Visa exemption schemes are currently suspended.
  • 10 categories of non-Thai nationals are permitted to enter Thailand. They must apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE) with the Royal Thai Embassy
  • Holders of “O-A” (long stay) & “B” visa (as well as eligible candidate for “O-A” (long-stay) & “B” visa may now apply for the Certificate of Entry (COE)
  • Special Tourist Visa (STV) can only be applied for by travellers from “LOW-RISK” AREAS, which *DO NOT* include Belgium and Luxembourg.
  • Certain airlines are now permitted to operate semi-commercial flights to Thailand *BUT only for exempted categories of non-Thai nationals*: Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines, EVA Air, Thai Airways, Lufthansa Austrian, Airlines, Swiss Air, KLM, Air France and Cathay Pacific

- I have a "O-A" Visa, this I am an eligible candidate to apply for COE.
- All the named airlines operate on the traject from Belgium to Thailand.

Thus I would be able to return to Thailand (with my Re-entry permit) as long as I can get a Certificate of Entry (COA) by the Thai Embassy.

Correct?
 

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22 minutes ago, Confuscious said:

COVID-19 NOTICE: ALL SERVICES IS *BY APPOINTMENT* ONLY

LATEST UPDATES (30 OCTOBER 2020)

  • Visa exemption schemes are currently suspended.
  • 10 categories of non-Thai nationals are permitted to enter Thailand. They must apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE) with the Royal Thai Embassy
  • Holders of “O-A” (long stay) & “B” visa (as well as eligible candidate for “O-A” (long-stay) & “B” visa may now apply for the Certificate of Entry (COE)
  • Special Tourist Visa (STV) can only be applied for by travellers from “LOW-RISK” AREAS, which *DO NOT* include Belgium and Luxembourg.
  • Certain airlines are now permitted to operate semi-commercial flights to Thailand *BUT only for exempted categories of non-Thai nationals*: Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines, EVA Air, Thai Airways, Lufthansa Austrian, Airlines, Swiss Air, KLM, Air France and Cathay Pacific

- I have a "O-A" Visa, this I am an eligible candidate to apply for COE.
- All the named airlines operate on the traject from Belgium to Thailand.

Thus I would be able to return to Thailand (with my Re-entry permit) as long as I can get a Certificate of Entry (COA) by the Thai Embassy.

Correct?
 

Theoretically I would say yes, but I think it best if Ubon Joe would better advise you on this.

 

Also you could email or call the Thai embassy in Brussels to see if your existing visa and reentry permit would be acceptable to apply for the COE.

 

You also need the specific covid insurance USD100000, book a flight with an embassy approved airline and have a covid test done at an approved laboratory/medical facility 72 hrs in advance of your confirmed airline departure and show the airline the medical covid test certificate at check-in. Also do not forget to book an ASQ hotel where you will have to quarantine for 14/15 days/nights? in an ASQ hotel upon your reentry into Thailand.

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13 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

^^^ Good deal for 30-days cover but I think the insurance has to cover the duration of your planned stay in Thailand. For arguments sake, for at least for the duration of the O-A extension that you will be re-entering on.

According to the website, I only need to cover the 14 days in quarantine.

If I get Covid-19 AFTER the 30 days insurance, it will be on my expenses.
But after reading the website, I think that it would be wise to have a longer Covid coverage.
Not so expensive.

https://www.tipinsure.com/CovidRegional/product_detail

 

My visa expires on May 28, 2021.
So I would need a coverage of 6 months.
According to the site = 23,040 thb.

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6 minutes ago, EricTh said:

Belgium is not considered a low-risk country so you won't be allowed in as a tourist or retirement.

 

 

The link provided by another poster contradicts you and does allow certain persons back to Thailand (I can apply for a COE) under certain conditions.
 

www.thaiembassy.be/2020/07/09/application-for-certificate-of-entry-for-non-thai-nationals/?lang=en

 

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