Visa Overstay Pattaya Thailand

Thai Visa Overstay Pattaya Visa Overstay Thailand

Visa Overstay is when a foreigner remains in Thailand for a period of time that exceeds the length of time they are allowed to stay in Thailand according to their visa and entry stamp. This is considered a violation of Thailand’s immigration laws and can lead to serious consequences, including detention, fines, deportation, and even possible blacklisting.

If you have a very long visa overstay record and turn yourself into the authorities, you will have to go before a judge in court. The judge will determine the amount of the overstay fine for your case, which can range from 500THB to 20,000THB depending on how many days you have been staying beyond the expiration date.

If you are found to have overstayed your Thailand visa, you could be held in Thailand’s Immigration Detention Center (IDC) until you have arranged the ticket on a direct flight back to your own country. You will be required to pay a small fee to the immigration officers to take you to the airport and accompany you through Immigration where you will get the blacklist stamp on your passport, and to the gate. The cabin crew will hold your passport until you arrive in your home country.

Consequences of Overstay Visa Pattaya Thailand

 

 

 Thailand visa overstay rules are quite simple and clear. You mustn’t live in Thailand more than your visa allows you to. Otherwise, you risk financial penalties, bans, or even detention.

Depending on the period of your overstay, you will receive your penalty:

– Less than 90 days requires 500 baht per day. The maximum fine is 20,000 baht.

 – Overstayed for more than 90 days includes a 20,000 Thai baht fine and a 1-year entry ban.

– Also more than 1 year includes a 20,000 baht fine and a 3-year entry ban.

– More than 3 years includes 20,000 baht and a 5-year entry ban

– More than 5 years includes 20,000 baht and a 10-year entry ban.

If you find yourself overstaying in Thailand, you must resolve the problem immediately. In this sense, you better go to the nearest Thai Immigration Office to explain your situation. There you can pay the appropriate fines and apply for a visa extension. The day you have overstayed your visa in Thailand for more than 90 days has come, and immigration officers may take action.

Just supply us with all of the above and we will take care of it for you. You can also visit us at our company located in Pattaya. Click here for our location on Google Maps

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Our aim is to provide you the finest options and an honest assessment of your immigration options. We are able to provide advice and assistance regarding the paperwork and requirements needed to acquire a legal visa to remain in the Kingdom. Just supply us with all of the above and we will take care of it for you. You can also visit us at our company located in Pattaya. Click here for our location on Google Maps

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