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Suphanburi

The Suphanburi immigration office is now located in Soi 9 , Suphanburi.

Apparently they moved from Ayutthaya to Suphanburi

Phone:035-440464

Email: Suphanburi.immigration@gmail.com

Suphanburi immigration office near Sahavit school  in pp.9 house Phaikwang -

Pamok Rd. tharahat, muang suphanburi,Suphanburi 

 
14.  45' 07. 47" N   100  06'  09. 75" E  (waiting for confirmation that this is correct)
 
More information can be found here.

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Kamphaeng Phet

Courtesy of  billd766  30/11/2016 

Head south from Khampaeng Phet on the AH1 as it can only be approached directly heading south.

 

Almost directly on the opposite side of the road is the route 1117 and you need to turn into the big building on your left behind a gas station. Turn left and then right across the front of the government building and the Immigration office is directly in front of you next to the toilets block.

 

On Google Earth the co-ordinates are 16.24.33.33 N and 99.31.20.20 East.

 

To return to the North travel about 700 metres South and make a U turn.

 

Coming from the South on route 1/AH1 there is a U turn just North of the route 1117 at Klong Mee Lai.

 

From the route 1117 turn North and U turn.

 

3 out of the 4 staff speak fair English and the lady speaks it the best.

 

I hope that this may be of use to you.

KPP Immigration office.jpg

 

 

 

Kamphaeng Phet Immigration.JPG

 

KP Im.JPG

 

Courtesy of fredob43

 

The new immigration office it going to move. From its new site to and even newer site.

That's what I was told today by the peeps that work there.

Going to be near the Bus station.

Please don't ask when, as one said by the end of the month and another said later. TIT.

Will try and update you as thing's progress. Whatever it's moving.

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On 11/23/2016 at 3:03 PM, Ron19 said:

Uttaradit

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Got this from Uttaradit immigration this morning and I'm now trying to get it interpreted.

If anyone could manage that it would be much appreciated.

If you can do that, please post it in with the link shown below and I will pick it up from there.

This link does have other information which will be transferred over later on.

 

https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/934806-uttaradit-immigration-office/#comment-11005878

 

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Sukhothai

Courtesy of Kwasaki - 1/12/2016

Sukhothai still not open, hope it gets going before May or it's another 4-6 hour return trip. 

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On 12/2/2016 at 0:02 PM, Ron19 said:

Courtesy of Kwasaki - 1/12/2016

Sukhothai still not open, hope it gets going before May or it's another 4-6 hour return trip. 

 

Sukhothai Immigration Office.PNG

Courtesy of Kwasaki

Sukhothai Immigration office, yep all good,  in-between Phra Mae Ya shrine Temple and Suk main police station facing the Yom river. 

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Phetchabum

Courtesy of member joebrown

Phetchabun Immigration office is now open for 90 day reports. They cannot process anything else yet. I'm told they will probably be able to offer a full service in November. The Phetchabun Immigration office telephone number is 056729730. The office is located behind the new government building on highway 21, for those of you with GPS here are the coordinates in decimal Lat/Lon format.
N16.44010
E101.15549

 

The Immigration office is off Highway 21 on the left, coming south from Lom Sak into Phetchabun. The Government building is about 500 metres past the 'Big Buddha' traffic lights, and stands about 200 metres back from the dual carriageway, down a driveway. The Immigration Office isn't located in the main building, but there is a sign directing you to it. If travelling out of Phetchabun town northwards to Lom Sak, you can U-turn just past the building's entrance, or failing this U-turn at the Buddha traffic lights. If you have any knowledge of the area you will be aware that most of he municipal buildings, schools, hospital are situated north of town. The Immigration office is no more than 1.5km north from the Government hospital on highway 21, albeit on the other side of the dual carriageway.

Hope this is helpful. 

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On 12/12/2016 at 0:38 PM, Ron19 said:

 

Sukhothai Immigration Office.PNG

Sukhothai Immigration office, yep all good,  in-between Phra Mae Ya shrine Temple and Suk main police station facing the Yom river. 

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On 23/11/2016 at 3:03 PM, Ron19 said:

Kamphaeng Phet

Courtesy of  billd766  30/11/2016 

Head south from Khampaeng Phet on the AH1 as it can only be approached directly heading south.

 

Almost directly on the opposite side of the road is the route 1117 and you need to turn into the big building on your left behind a gas station. Turn left and then right across the front of the government building and the Immigration office is directly in front of you next to the toilets block.

 

On Google Earth the co-ordinates are 16.24.33.33 N and 99.31.20.20 East.

 

To return to the North travel about 700 metres South and make a U turn.

 

Coming from the South on route 1/AH1 there is a U turn just North of the route 1117 at Klong Mee Lai.

 

From the route 1117 turn North and U turn.

 

3 out of the 4 staff speak fair English and the lady speaks it the best.

 

I hope that this may be of use to you.

KPP Immigration office.jpg

 

 

 

Kamphaeng Phet Immigration.JPG

 

KP Im.JPG

 

Courtesy of fredob43

 

The new immigration office it going to move. From its new site to and even newer site.

That's what I was told today by the peeps that work there.

Going to be near the Bus station.

Please don't ask when, as one said by the end of the month and another said later. TIT.

Will try and update you as thing's progress. Whatever it's moving.

 

It apparently moved and reopened on Monday 27th February and left no forwarding message at the old site. My mate went to the old place yesterday to find that they had decamped and after a few minutes somebody from the big office next door took pity on him and explained where they went to, which fredob43 described.

 

Coming from the old place continue north past the lights that take you to Makro and the ring road and on to the next main junction just past the Ford dealers and the big PTT gas station. Turn right there as if you are going into KPP and head down about a km or so until just before the bus station.

 

My mate came around this morning and we tracked it down on Google Earth to its new location. It is a big building just before the bus station. You go down the left side of the building, turn right at the bottom and right again to come back up and it is a little way up among a batch of roller shutter doors. The is a sign on the main road that tells you where it is.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KPP Immigration v02.doc

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Another update.

 

I went to the latest Immigration office on Monday to see exactly where it is.

 

To get to it you need to come off the route 1 at the junction with route 1116 which is the northern set of traffic lights and not the southern end which takes you on the ring road past the Makro turn and on to Pichet and Phitsanulok.

 

Head towards the city centre and as you pass the Post Office on the left slow down as the Immi office is about 75 metres further on. If you get to the bus station you either back up (TiT) or do 2 Uturns and start again.

 

The signboard is on the outside wall facing the road and the front of the building looks like a children's fair/play area that has been abandoned. Go down the left side of the building, turn right at the bottom and right again on the way out and the office is about 50 or so metres up on the right side. Plenty of parking and an outside toilet but nothing else.

 

 

KPP Immigration v02.docx

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IMG_20170306_143857.jpg

IMG_20170306_143900.jpg

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7 hours ago, billd766 said:

Another update.

 

I went to the latest Immigration office on Monday to see exactly where it is.

 

To get to it you need to come off the route 1 at the junction with route 1116 which is the northern set of traffic lights and not the southern end which takes you on the ring road past the Makro turn and on to Pichet and Phitsanulok.

 

Head towards the city centre and as you pass the Post Office on the left slow down as the Immi office is about 75 metres further on. If you get to the bus station you either back up (TiT) or do 2 Uturns and start again.

 

The signboard is on the outside wall facing the road and the front of the building looks like a children's fair/play area that has been abandoned. Go down the left side of the building, turn right at the bottom and right again on the way out and the office is about 50 or so metres up on the right side. Plenty of parking and an outside toilet but nothing else.

 

 

KPP Immigration v02.docx

IMG_20170306_143612.jpg

IMG_20170306_143857.jpg

IMG_20170306_143900.jpg

Thanks for the update Bill. Know it well.

 

By the way it's not an abandoned children's play ground. It's a display for the company that sell those bits. 

 

Whatever it sticks out so if anyone misses it they will have to be blind.

Still cant get to grips as of yet why they moved in the first place. TIT.

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20 hours ago, fredob43 said:

Thanks for the update Bill. Know it well.

 

By the way it's not an abandoned children's play ground. It's a display for the company that sell those bits. 

 

Whatever it sticks out so if anyone misses it they will have to be blind.

Still cant get to grips as of yet why they moved in the first place. TIT.

Quick update.

My friend went yesterday. Very busy but still only took a few minutes to do his 90 report. Looks like they have got their act together.

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On 28/01/2017 at 11:46 AM, Ron19 said:

Phetchabum

Courtesy of member joebrown

Phetchabun Immigration office is now open for 90 day reports. They cannot process anything else yet. I'm told they will probably be able to offer a full service in November. The Phetchabun Immigration office telephone number is 056729730. The office is located behind the new government building on highway 21, for those of you with GPS here are the coordinates in decimal Lat/Lon format.
N16.44010
E101.15549

 

The Immigration office is off Highway 21 on the left, coming south from Lom Sak into Phetchabun. The Government building is about 500 metres past the 'Big Buddha' traffic lights, and stands about 200 metres back from the dual carriageway, down a driveway. The Immigration Office isn't located in the main building, but there is a sign directing you to it. If travelling out of Phetchabun town northwards to Lom Sak, you can U-turn just past the building's entrance, or failing this U-turn at the Buddha traffic lights. If you have any knowledge of the area you will be aware that most of he municipal buildings, schools, hospital are situated north of town. The Immigration office is no more than 1.5km north from the Government hospital on highway 21, albeit on the other side of the dual carriageway.

Hope this is helpful. 

Just got back from the office in Phetchabun, brand new retirement extension, great service, all done in less than one hour, including repeat 90 day reports, smiling faces all round, see them again next year!!!

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