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How much for overstays??

Posted by mikethediver on 15/8/2010 at 14:49

Hi all,
Anyone know how much an overstay is in Cambodia and how easy it is to sort out?

Looks like being 3 days, (which will cost me 1,500 baht in Thailand.)
I cross into Thailand at Koh Krong near Trat.
Cheers,
Mike

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Posted by eastwest on 15/8/2010 at 15:15

hi,

It's $5 per day. If you do not exceed 2 weeks it's a straight forward procedure and it can just be handled at border.
If you want to be sure you can have it done at any immigration-department or via a travel agent that does visa before you head for a border. Normally no other penalties.

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Posted by sayadian on 15/8/2010 at 16:31

It'd be interesting to find out how much they charge you at KK since this is the most corrupt border post in Cambodia.As eastwest says it's $5 a day.Also the implications of being caught as an overstayer are not as serious as in Thailand.

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Posted by sayadian on 15/8/2010 at 16:31

It'd be interesting to find out how much they charge you at KK since this is the most corrupt border post in Cambodia.As eastwest says it's $5 a day.Also the implications of being caught as an overstayer are not as serious as in Thailand.

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