I just got a 60 day tourist visa free of charge at a Thai consulate (outside) Thailand but valid only for single entry. I am a national of one of the countries that can get 14day visa upon arrival. The consul told me that I can get re-entry stamps (for a fee of course) in immigration offices. I will need two more entries (total of 3).
I would like to know how long does the procedure take? Are there any restrictions on number on re-entries? Can I get multiple re-entry stamps simultaneously in one visit?
#1 Kostichka has been a member since 26/2/2009. Posts: 6
I didn't realise you could get a re-entry stamp on a tourist visa -- the cost of a single re-entry permit is 1,900B from memory (at least that's what it was for non-immigrant visas last time I checked) I'm not sure what a multiple re-entry permit costs (it will be more!) though again, I'm not sure you can get that for a tourist visa.
That said, if you're eligible for a 14 day visa on arrival, it may work out better to mix and match with visa on arrival and your single entry tourist visa to get enough mileage out them to cover your full 30-day stay.
There's no limit on re-entries -- basically you either get a single re-rntry permit, or a multiple -- the multiple is good for endless re-entries within your visa period.
#2 somtam2000 has been a member since 21/1/2004. Location: Indonesia. Posts: 7,706
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