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Announcement from Royal Thai Police Immigration:
According to the new regulation for extension of temporary stay in the Kingdom of Thailand (Order of Royal Thai Police No.327/2557) which will be effective from August 29, 2014, some regulations have been changed as follows:
- The aliens granted Visa Exemption as Tourists for 30 days stay permit will get extension of stay for one time no longer than 30 days from the expired date.
- In case that the application for extension of temporary stay is not approved due to incomplete qualifications and the alien has got only seven days extension of stay in order to leave the Kingdom, such alien is not able to appeal for reconsideration of non-permission.
- For the reason of study in a private educational institution particularly for Non-school System, each permission of stay shall be granted for not longer than 90 days but the total permitted period of stay for this reason consecutively shall not exceed one year from the date of entry into the Kingdom.
- For the reason of performing duties in a public charity organization, a foundation, a non-government organization, an association, a foreign chamber of commerce, in case of no certification letter by the relevant government department, each permission of stay shall be granted for not longer than 90 days but the total permitted period of stay for this reason consecutively shall not exceed one year from the date of entry into the Kingdom.
For more information please visit www.bangkok.immigration.go.th or call 1111 or contact the officer at service counter.
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