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BANGKOK 14 December 2018 03:35
yogavnture

can i put a 60 day visa on hold if i leave kingdom

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if im in vietnam and buy a 60 day visa. and I come to Thailand for 7 days can I leave the kingdom for india for 23 days and then come back to Thailand and use my remaining 53 days on the visa????? is that called reentry permit?

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22 minutes ago, watcharacters said:

Not unless they've changed the rules in the last few years.

Not sure what you mean. He can get a re-entry permit to keep the remainder of the 60 day entry valid when he enters the country using it.

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

Not sure what you mean.

I think it refers to the OP's idea of "suspending" a stay (counting only days in Thailand) and come back with 53 days (off 7). And that indeed is not possible.
"on hold" as the title suggests.

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I might try to get a visa in goa india. I see thier is a satellite office thier.  it looks like third party companies in some countries can get you a visa for minimal additional cost..  if u look on thai immigration site in india they speak of this third party company as official ............I see this as the future.  third party companies charging a bit for help and the thai govt. going along with it.  

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8 minutes ago, yogavnture said:

I might try to get a visa in goa india. I see thier is a satellite office thier.  it looks like third party companies in some countries can get you a visa for minimal additional cost..  if u look on thai immigration site in india they speak of this third party company as official ............I see this as the future.  third party companies charging a bit for help and the thai govt. going along with it.  

In India you have to apply at a visa center. The embassy and consulates do not accept applications.

You application would be approved by the consulate in Mumbai. See: http://www.thaiembassy.org/mumbai/en/services/17326-Visa-&-Application-Centres-in-Goa,-Gujarat,-Madhya.html

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12 minutes ago, kevin612 said:

this is a silly question, you will get a new stamp when you re-enter.

For 30 days visa exempt if the op doesn't use a re-entry permit.

The original visa, without a re-entry permit, will be no good as it's a single entry visa.

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On ‎12‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 11:00 AM, ubonjoe said:

In India you have to apply at a visa center. The embassy and consulates do not accept applications.

You application would be approved by the consulate in Mumbai. See: http://www.thaiembassy.org/mumbai/en/services/17326-Visa-&-Application-Centres-in-Goa,-Gujarat,-Madhya.html

my point exactly ,  they are outsourcing this visa servicing.  this route might be cheaper than paying the 1900 baht in Thailand for the extra 30 days. i will try it

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