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Don’t Overstay Thai Visa

16 July 2012 :: 10:07:31 am [ 9,394 views ]

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When I look back sometime 6 years ago, travelers used to pay fine for overstaying just at the airport and depart without any problems but time has changed so the rules.

Since it is required to do 90 days report, immigration has got stricter about overstaying Thai visas. There have been few lucky individuals who just paid the fine at the airport and departed the country but it is no more luck can be in your favor. You will need to clear overstay as soon as possible to avoid any serious consequences.

All you need is to call us or email us and send us a first page of your passport and the last entry stamp by email. No matter how serious is your overstay the sooner you clear the better chances you have.

You don’t have to be afraid of doing the right thing, one of our lawyers will accompany you the time you go to clear overstay and it is our full responsibility you face just the fine.

If you love living in Thailand than your first priority must be Thai Visa and staying legally in the country. Don’t overstay just because you didn’t know how to extend your visa further, talk to us as we have visa solutions for all nationals.

We can also assist you in getting long term visas on the basis of requirements you meet.

Our services are:
- Overstay Clearance
- Tourist visa convert into Non-immigrant B (3 months)
- Non-immigrant 1 year (business, marriage, retirement or education)
- Short term extensions (1 – 2 months)
- Re-entry Permit (single or multiple)
- Address proof from immigration
- 90 days report.

Call now! 085-904-4640 or email us at nadeem@thaivisaexpert.com
Visit us at www.thaivisaexpert.com

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