Cambodian Immigration/Visa Information

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Re: Cambodian Immigration/Visa Information

Postby PSD-Kiwi » Tue Sep 13, 2016 1:01 pm

There have been changes to the extension of stay options for the E-type (Ordinary) visa, there are now 6 different options available. I have not come across any official announcements on these from the Immigration department or MoFAIC yet though, nor details of requirements and costs.

You still apply for the E-type visa on arrival, but when you extend you choose one of the 6 extension of stay options that is relevant to your circumstances .


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Re: Cambodian Immigration/Visa Information

Postby PSD-Kiwi » Tue Sep 13, 2016 5:10 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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Recently renewed my one year visa it would appear from what was on the visa and what the agent told me when I asked the visas are getting categorised EB for business, ER for retirees, ES for students and there was one other cant remember now. Not sure how valid this all is ?


The agent did mention that if you were asked by the relevant authorities I assume she meant the immigration that you would be expected to show the correct paperwork that related to the category of visa you had she went on to qualify that if you were on a retirement visa for example you would be expected to show proof of income from your own country. I would guess that a foundation is getting laid for a more rigorous granting of visas system and in time it will be a pre requisite for you to supply more comprehensive paperwork prior to the visa being issued perhaps ? At the moment it would appear if it is done through an agent it is fairly easy as opposed to the hurdles you may find trying to do it yourself without the correct contacts ?


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Re: Cambodian Immigration/Visa Information

Postby Bertros » Wed Sep 14, 2016 7:52 am

PSD-Kiwi wrote:There have been changes to the extension of stay options for the E-type (Ordinary) visa, there are now 6 different options available. I have not come across any official announcements on these from the Immigration department or MoFAIC yet though, nor details of requirements and costs.

You still apply for the E-type visa on arrival, but when you extend you choose one of the 6 extension of stay options that is relevant to your circumstances .


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Good info if it does come through. Would it be possible to get the origin of the information (source). Also, was there any information on requirements or supporting doc's needed for each? In particular, I'd be interested in the ER (retired) option. I noticed the ER option does not note if they are single or multi entry.

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Re: Cambodian Immigration/Visa Information

Postby PSD-Kiwi » Wed Nov 23, 2016 1:21 pm

Currently they are not requesting any supporting documentation for the new EOS categories, but likely will once they get their shit together.


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Re: Cambodian Immigration/Visa Information

Postby timmydownawell » Wed Nov 23, 2016 2:28 pm

Would they consider renting out an Airbnb property as "working"?



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