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Which Visa Do I Need?
luvthai2003 posted a topic in Visas & PassportsSo, if I want to live in Cambodia long term, at least a year or more and don't want to hassle leaving the country for visa renewals, which should I ask for when arriving at the airport and going through customs? I'll be leaving California with just a renewed passport and no visa for Cambodia.
Marko posted a topic in Visas & PassportsSomewhat confused about tourist visa. If I get this straight you get a 30 day visa at the PP airport, then you can extend for another 30 days. After that?? Do I have to work to get a work visa? Or just say I will work and ask for it?
Cambodian Visa, Entry and Exit Requirements
Guest posted a topic in Visas & PassportsVisas are available at overseas Cambodian embassies, on arrival at all international airports and most international border crossing checkpoints, and through the new online E-Visa procedure. A passport with at least four month validity is required. A visa is required for most nationalities. (Philippine and Malaysian nationals do not require tourist visas for a stay up to 21 and 30 days respectively. Singaporean nationality is also exempt from the usual visa requirement.) No special permits are required. One-month tourist visa (Type â€˜Tâ€™): US$20. Business visa (Type â€˜Eâ€™): US$25. Diplomatic, Official, Courtesy, and Special (Cambodian) visas are issued free of charge. Visa prices are often higher at Thai overland crossings. One 4x6 photo is required. Tourist visas can be extended for one month, but only one time. Business visas can be renewed indefinitely. Renew visas through a travel agent or the ... â€˜Department for Foreignersâ€™ Confederation de Russie (â€˜Airport Roadâ€™) located opposite Phnom Penh International Airport. Tel: 012-581558. Fax: 023-890380. E-mail: email@example.com. Renew Diplomatic, Courtesy and Official visas at the Consular section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. E-Visa:..The Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs now offers 'e-visa' - visas available on line through the Ministry's website. Scan of passport and passport size photo required. Payment by credit card. US$25 for a 30 day visa (three month validity.) Processing time: 3 days. Issued by email and print from from your computer. The Ministry recently announced that e-visa entry points now include Siem Reap International Airport, Phnom Penh International Airport, the Bavet/Moc Bai border crossing, the Poipet/Aranyaprathet border crossing and the Koh Kong/Had Lek border crossing. See the Ministry website at: Visas at Overland Border Crossings Border crossing with Laos: Border policies are not stable. Travelers report that Cambodian visas are available at the border but Laotian visas are not available at the border. Border crossings with Vietnam: Cambodian visas are available at the Moc Bai/Bavet and 'Chau Doc' border crossings. Vietnamese visas are not available at any overland border crossing. Border crossings with Thailand: Cambodian visas and 30-day Thai transit visas are available at all Thai/Cambodian border crossings. Thai transit visas are free of charge. Other types of Thai visas are not available. At the Poipet and Koh Kong crossings, Cambodian immigration usually charges 1000-1200 baht for a tourist visa and 1500 baht for a business visa. Unlike the rest of the country, they usually refuse dollars. At current exchange rates, the price in baht is significantly more expensive than the official prices of $20 and $25. Some people have had some success paying the official price in dollars by being politely insistent. Kenny
Renewing your visa in Battambang
Parrothead posted a topic in Visas & PassportsYou can renew your visa at the police station, here in Battambang. Make sure you take one passport sized photo along with you. Here are the maps to the location:
Topic Tags & Related Topics
Parrothead posted a topic in Forum Operations / IssuesThis topic is about adding "Topic Tags" when creating a new topic. When creating a new topic, if you add short tags (basically keywords associated with the topic), the forum software will find other related topics and post them at the bottom of the topic you have created, when someone loads it. That way, it makes it easier for someone who is seeking a specific topic, by listing topics at the bottom of your thread. That prevents the member from having to use the search feature as often, as similar topics are already "loaded" at the bottom of the page, and below the "quick reply" text box: I have added tags that are not associated with this particular topic, solely as an example. If you scroll to the bottom of this topic, you will see some topics that use the topic tags I have added to this post. Please feel free to use "Topic Tags" when creating a new topic. It will not only help you in the future, but will assist others who are looking for similar information. The screenshot below will show you where you add "Topic Tags" when creating a new thread: Please note: Topic Tags may only be added in the first post of a new thread. Topic Tags may not be added to any replies in a given thread. (Please scroll to the bottom of this page, to view topics listed that have the same Topic Tags attached to them.) If you have any questions regarding this topic, please post below and I will assist you.
Business Visa Extension?
Parrothead posted a topic in Visas & PassportsAnyone recommend a place to go to do my visa extension? How much may it be for 6 months and 1 year extensions? I need to sort it before the 22nd or so.