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Update 07/31/2020: The Royal Thai Government officially approved a grace period until September 26, 2020 for persons in Thailand in temporary visa status (of all visa types) to depart the country.  In light of this decision by the Royal Thai Government, visa extension letters from the U.S. Embassy are not required to remain in Thailand between now and September 26.   Frequently Asked Questions – August 7, 2020 Health Alert: U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand – July 31, 2020 FAQs on Economic Impact Payments – April 17, 2020 Current Alerts and Messages for Thailand See Prior ...
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Message from U.S. Ambassador Michael George DeSombre in Honor of The 88th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother, August 12, 2020

Message from U.S. Ambassador Michael George DeSombre in Honor of The 88th Birthday of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother, August 12, 2020 On behalf of the United States Mission to the Kingdom of Thailand, I extend our warmest wishes to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother for health, happiness, and prosperity on ...
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Frequently Asked Questions

Last update: 7 August 2020 Q: What is the status on the Royal Thai Government’s visa amnesty? A: On July 29, the Royal Thai Government officially approved a grace period until September 26, 2020 for persons in Thailand in temporary visa status (of all visa types) to depart the country. The measure was published on that date in the Royal Thai Gazette.  The ...
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