Visas and border crossings forum
is it true that passport photos are needed along with passports to cross borders? say thailand into laos?
#1 Posted: 27/11/2009 - 01:22
12th February, 2006
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yes, it is generally true that you'll be asked to produce two passport photos at border crossings, such as going into laos or cambodia. i don't recall ever being asked for photos crossing back into thailand, but i was required to provide two photos with my tourist visa application i mailed to the thai consulate in los angeles.
anyway, just like everything else in SEA, it varies. at some border crossings, they will care less, but at other ones they'll insist. sometimes they can take the photos for you, usually for an additional $1 charge or so.
you can always stop by almost any photo shop in SEA and have a few passport-style photos taken for not too much money. besides, its a good idea to have a few extras on hand when you travel. cheers.
#2 Posted: 27/11/2009 - 22:33
To enter Laos you require a visa. Your visa can be processed at the border, but it does require a passsport photo (ditto for Cambodia, Vietnam visa is usually done in advance and requires one too!).
It is a very good idea to travel with some extra passport sized photos.
A lot of malls (in Thailand, Singapore, etc.) also have photo booths where you can get passport sized photos printed in a couple minutes.
#3 Posted: 27/11/2009 - 23:01
28th November, 2009
If you want to make a passport photo as quickly as possible, you can use the www.idphoto4you.com website.
It knows numerous standards and print sizes.
#4 Posted: 28/11/2009 - 22:09
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