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    my mates thai wife is going back to LOS to change her surname and get a new passport, she is taking her 1 yr son, who only has a british passport, they will be staying for about 2 months, will the 1 yr old need a visa to stay for 2 month, will he get a overstay in his passport of no fault of his own ?????
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    my mates thai wife is going back to LOS to change her surname and get a new passport, she is taking her 1 yr son, who only has a british passport, they will be staying for about 2 months, will the 1 yr old need a visa to stay for 2 month, will he get a overstay in his passport of no fault of his own ?????
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    why not just get down to the embassy and get him registered as Thai??

    Failing that what about registering him as thai while he is there? can any resident "experts" let them know how to do this and what does that mean for 30 day/overstay...


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    why not just get down to the embassy and get him registered as Thai??
    Because some of us don't want to get Thai passports for male children due to the possibility of conscription etc in later life.

    From memory they won't do anything if he overstays but it would be pretty simple to get a visa if needed.
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    oops - I forgot about that one, can you unregister a KID?

    I suppose best to contact Hull and spend the £27 to get him a visa then....


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    He'll be OK if he's with his mum.
    My lad's been over a couple of times and stayed 6 weeks with no problem.
    The missus reckons it's OK up until he's 8 years old.

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    Hi Andy,
    my wife on her thai passport and my daughter on her british passport stayed 5 months last year without a problem, I was concerned about future problems it may cause if my daughter got a overstay stamp in her passport, but a little chat with Thai Immigration on our arrival in Thailand answered my questions, that is to say so long as my wife and daughter were travelling together it is not a problem, and yes at sometime soon we will apply for her thai passport
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    There is a sign at some immigration booths saying that the overstay does not apply to children U-16 if they are travelling with parents (whatever passport they or their parents have)... hope this helps.

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    Hi Andy,

    Don't worry Craig over stay for 2 or 3 times now about 3 months each time. We just get visa for Gary and when we left LOS no problem at all they just took us to the desk behide and stamped overstay for Craig mentioned exempt fee for child over stay.

    Nana

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    There is a sign at some immigration booths saying that the overstay does not apply to children U-16 if they are travelling with parents (whatever passport they or their parents have)...
    I am glad to see common sense prevail - sorry if I missed directed anyone

    - Chok Dee

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