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    Web based company setup

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  6. U could still get in in pattaya in 2 weeks and pay fee to mod for quick service. I think they got that option cuz i was told. Pattaya is taking up to 4 weeks currently, but this could increase, also as the case had to be transferred from Bangkok it would take longer. Getting a visa fast tracked is not normally possible. Its takes 3 weeks in pattaya. I know people got it pretty quick just now... Not visa fast tracked but ur aplication in MOD. So guess 1 week but i dont know its official way or sideways.. The schools are telling me 4 weeks as of today, the processing of the paperwork at the MOE for the visa cannot be fast tracked, to be clearer.
  7. The rules in Pattaya have only changed in the past few days, any applications that were pending extension became not valid and the only option is to get a new ED visa outside the country, which the school is able to assist with, this is why you would have only being contacted today as the school would have only just found out from the MOE. He applied for new visa in new school right No, it is an extension of stay, the rules changed in Bangkok, so 3 options were leave the country to get a new visa, take a test or transfer to Pattaya, the transfer to Pattaya was selected, then during the MOE process the rules in Pattaya changed meaning that a new visa would be needed as extensions over 1 year were no longer allowed.
  8. The rules in Pattaya have only changed in the past few days, any applications that were pending extension became not valid and the only option is to get a new ED visa outside the country, which the school is able to assist with, this is why you would have only being contacted today as the school would have only just found out from the MOE.
  9. U could still get in in pattaya in 2 weeks and pay fee to mod for quick service. I think they got that option cuz i was told. Pattaya is taking up to 4 weeks currently, but this could increase, also as the case had to be transferred from Bangkok it would take longer. Getting a visa fast tracked is not normally possible.
  10. Taking the exam to see that the knowledge of Thai Language is improving is another.
  11.   I wonder what do they expect students to do? Just leave the country for 5+ weeks until the paperwork is processed?   Seems incredibly short sighted policy. The schools have no control over the time it takes the MOE to issue the paperwork, the workload is high due to the recent changes and this could not be foreseen by anyone.
  12. It is difficult right now due to ongoing developments with ED visas, the future is unclear as things are very fluid, a few things to note in general, You are not buying a visa, you are buying lessons, the visa assistance is to help you study and is provided at no cost. Triple the workload at the MOE means you need to not leave applications to the last minute, paperwork is taking 5-6 weeks, previously 2-3 weeks. The schools are not responsible for changes to visa rules, the information given by schools is current when provided.
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    Non Immigrant B VISA, Work Permit issues

    Moved to Phuket forum for best answer
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    Travel Insurance for Australia.

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