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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby salvajeuno » Tue Sep 13, 2016 4:13 pm

Still working out those tedious little details. :axe:
The good part is the "possible to extend forever" part on some of the classifications. I don't remember the "E" visa stating this although it has been the case since I've been in and out of Cambodia. However it turns out... it's still one of the easiest countries to live in visa wise. :thumbsup:
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby PSD_Kiwi » Tue Sep 13, 2016 4:55 pm

Still no spousal/marriage/family visa category yet though which is shit, plenty of Foreigners married to and/or have children with Cambodian citizens.
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby Felgerkarb » Tue Sep 13, 2016 4:58 pm

PSD_Kiwi wrote:Still no spousal/marriage/family visa category yet though which is shit, plenty of Foreigners married to and/or have children with Cambodian citizens.


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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby LadyMariam » Thu Sep 15, 2016 11:44 am

I just found out that with the new visa overstay ($10 per day), if you are more than 30 days over, you must leave the country... no paying the fine and renewing the visa. I am trying to find out if there is a minimum amount of days before renewal, i.e. are border runs still possible or do you have to stay out for 30 days... or more? When I get the answer I will share it, but if someone already knows, can you please post? Thank goodness my visa is current and this is for a friend of mine.
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby PSD_Kiwi » Thu Sep 15, 2016 1:20 pm

LadyMariam wrote:I just found out that with the new visa overstay ($10 per day), if you are more than 30 days over, you must leave the country... no paying the fine and renewing the visa. I am trying to find out if there is a minimum amount of days before renewal, i.e. are border runs still possible or do you have to stay out for 30 days... or more? When I get the answer I will share it, but if someone already knows, can you please post? Thank goodness my visa is current and this is for a friend of mine.


Interesting to hear that they appear to be enforcing this, it was announced by the MoFAIC at the start of Aug. Please report back with any updates.

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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby Spigzy » Sat Nov 05, 2016 2:07 pm

Sorry had a quick search of both k440 and googling the same, but can't find info on a British/Khmer sprog with both British + Khmer passports. Seem to recall there being a need for a particular visa type when exiting Cambodia for the first time; any search experts can link the right advice, or anyone willing to confirm the correct process?
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby Phuket2006 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 2:22 pm

if u entered on the Brit passport, u need leave on it
got to a land border exit and turn around and come back in on Khmer passport

OF course if BOTH passports were new and issued in Cambodia and have no entry stamps,
IF the kid is flying to the uk show the British & Cambodian passport at check in
at immigration just show the Khmer one
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby PSD_Kiwi » Sat Nov 05, 2016 2:54 pm

Spigzy wrote:Sorry had a quick search of both k440 and googling the same, but can't find info on a British/Khmer sprog with both British + Khmer passports. Seem to recall there being a need for a particular visa type when exiting Cambodia for the first time; any search experts can link the right advice, or anyone willing to confirm the correct process?


If you want to exit on the foreign passport then an exit visa will be required, you get this from the Immigration department opposite Pochentong, takes up to 2 days to be issued and it is only valid for 7days from date of issue, supposed to be gratis.

On return, the child will be eligible for a K-Type visa in their foreign passport, just tick the appropriate box on the VOA application form and show proof of the kid having at least one Cambodian parent (birt cert, passport), this visa is also gratis.

Or, the kid could just depart and enter Cambodia on their Cambodian passport, and enter/depart other countries on their foreign passport.
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby Spigzy » Sun Nov 06, 2016 12:33 pm

Thanks, much appreciated!
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby raendi » Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:18 pm

PSD_Kiwi wrote:Still no spousal/marriage/family visa category yet though which is shit, plenty of Foreigners married to and/or have children with Cambodian citizens.


I'm not sure about that, look at this picture what i find from facebook.
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EB -> other -> letter to confirm as husband/children
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby Lucky Lucan » Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:48 pm

PSD_Kiwi wrote:
Spigzy wrote:Sorry had a quick search of both k440 and googling the same, but can't find info on a British/Khmer sprog with both British + Khmer passports. Seem to recall there being a need for a particular visa type when exiting Cambodia for the first time; any search experts can link the right advice, or anyone willing to confirm the correct process?


If you want to exit on the foreign passport then an exit visa will be required, you get this from the Immigration department opposite Pochentong, takes up to 2 days to be issued and it is only valid for 7days from date of issue, supposed to be gratis.

On return, the child will be eligible for a K-Type visa in their foreign passport, just tick the appropriate box on the VOA application form and show proof of the kid having at least one Cambodian parent (birt cert, passport), this visa is also gratis.

Or, the kid could just depart and enter Cambodia on their Cambodian passport, and enter/depart other countries on their foreign passport.



I got an exit visa for my kid on his EU passport a couple of years ago, it was $25 from immigration, not difficult to get with the right documents. The K-visa on re-entry was very easy to get, and gratis.
A friend was visiting Europe recently and his kid has a Cambodian and EU passport too. A travel agent said they'd get him the exit visa for $125 (taking the piss or what?). He wasn't buying it so just used one passport to leave and the other to re-enter.
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Re: Cambodia Visas

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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby PSD_Kiwi » Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:17 am

raendi wrote:
PSD_Kiwi wrote:Still no spousal/marriage/family visa category yet though which is shit, plenty of Foreigners married to and/or have children with Cambodian citizens.


I'm not sure about that, look at this picture what i find from facebook.
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EB -> other -> letter to confirm as husband/children


Interesting! Thanks for sharing.

It would be great if the MoFAIC and Immigration department would release a statement and update the Prakas with clear and concise details.
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Re: Cambodia Visas

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Fri Nov 11, 2016 3:52 am

PSD_Kiwi wrote:
raendi wrote:
PSD_Kiwi wrote:Still no spousal/marriage/family visa category yet though which is shit, plenty of Foreigners married to and/or have children with Cambodian citizens.


I'm not sure about that, look at this picture what i find from facebook.
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EB -> other -> letter to confirm as husband/children


Interesting! Thanks for sharing.

It would be great if the MoFAIC and Immigration department would release a statement and update the Prakas with clear and concise details.


who writes the letter for purpose of staying?
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Cambodia Visas

Postby Playboy » Fri Nov 11, 2016 5:42 pm

PSD_Kiwi wrote: ... It would be great if the MoFAIC and Immigration department would release a statement and update the Prakas with clear and concise details.

Ha Ha Ha - oh, wait, were you being serious ??!?!
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