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Anyone know if there is a limit set on how many tourist visas you can have say in a 12 month period??

I am looking at possibly spending 2 weeks a month in Thailand and working in Australia the other 2 weeks. I can get a 30 day tourist visa on entry.

Is this possible to do?? Or are there other options.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I need to work something out soon.

cheers guys.

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Anyone know if there is a limit set on how many tourist visas you can have say in a 12 month period??

I am looking at possibly spending 2 weeks a month in Thailand and working in Australia the other 2 weeks. I can get a 30 day tourist visa on entry.

Is this possible to do?? Or are there other options.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I need to work something out soon.

cheers guys.

There is no limit at all, like you said u will get 30 day's on entry into Thailand each visit.

http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/topic/165739-5-days-in-issarn-udon-thani-loei-chiang-khan-mekong-pictorial-report/

 

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There's no limit on the 30 day visa on arrival .

On tourist visas (60 days , ect) there is though .

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Yeah no problem with doing that.

 

Just for your knowledge what you get is not a tourist visa or a visa on arrival. It is a visa exemption scheme that you will be using. You will have no visa, just permission to stay for 30 days. The visa on arrival is a different scheme that is available to some nationalities who are not able to use the visa waiver scheme. If you notice a sign saying 'visa on arrival' when you arrive ignore it.

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Yeah no problem with doing that.

 

Just for your knowledge what you get is not a tourist visa or a visa on arrival. It is a visa exemption scheme that you will be using. You will have no visa, just permission to stay for 30 days. The visa on arrival is a different scheme that is available to some nationalities who are not able to use the visa waiver scheme. If you notice a sign saying 'visa on arrival' when you arrive ignore it.

I always get that mixed up, thanks for making it very easy to understand, now I know it's a waiver :)

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