Border / Visa run
@ New Visa Rules for Border Entry to Thailand.
- Thailand Visa exemption 30-day visa Entries now Limited to 2 Border runs have been cut short due to the very recent change in rules regarding overland entry by Thai immigration.
- Foreigners under the Visa Exemption List who are entering Thailand via border posts at Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Malaysia without securing a prior visa will now be granted 30-day visa exemption stamp TWO times per calendar year, from January 1 to December 31.
- According to a spokesman for the Thai Immigration Bureau, the new regulation was created to encourage foreigners to secure the proper visas in advance from a Royal Thai Embassy prior to their arrival.
- The new rule will also limit the amount of back-to-back visa runs being made by foreigners to extend their stay. However, this change only applies to visitors who have not obtained a visa beforehand, and are entering from the border by land.
- Those who arrive at the airport without a prior visa will continue to receive a 30-day stamp up to 6 times per calendar year. Extensions at Thai Immigration for the visa exemption stamps remain to be 30 days.
** China,Russia,Ukraine,Nepal,India,Pakistan,Taiwan, Egypt,Syria,Iran,Iraq, Kenya,Uruguay,Romania, Cyprus,Maldives,Malta,Italy ect ... Can’t Use Our Visa Run. Can’t Cross Border by Land.
** Countries that not mentioned please contact us for checking .