Paul Poole (South East Asia) Co., Ltd. is setting its sights on the next decade and we sit down with our Founder, Managing Director and Chairman Paul Poole to take a closer look at the business and what the next couple of years
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Visas, visa waivers and travel 'taxes'
Visitors to Thailand may not require a visa if a citizen of one of the 55 nations that qualify for a visa waiver or visa exemption. With evidence of onward/return travel, citizens of the countries listed here may enter Thailand for up to 30 days without a visa. Those entering Thailand by land may not receive a 30 day exemption.
Foreigners visiting Thailand for business, investment, study, medical treatment, or employment are required to apply for a Thai visa from a Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate-General. Foreigners must possess valid passports or similar documents and comply with the regulations contained in the Immigration Act B.E.2522 (1979) and its related provisions. Be aware that Thai visa requirements change from time to time and a Thai embassy can provide you with the most up to date Thailand visa information. Alternatively, visit http://www.thaiembassy.com, where you can also find a list of Thai embassies in various countries.[Note that this is a privately owned and operated (NOT government) website. The owners of meetinthailand.com accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the information posted here.]
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