Hello Friends, just a visa question

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Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by jadeface » Sat Dec 31, 2016 1:21 am

A quick question, can you still get visas on arrival from Canada ? Price ? Still able to get a business visa for extended stats ? It used to be I think 165 US for 6 months 275 for a year. Any information would be great, many thanks amigos. Rob
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by LionsLeftTesticle » Sat Dec 31, 2016 7:47 am

Just get an ordinary visa when you touch down at airport.

$5 more than tourist visa.

Extend for $285 somewhere like lucky lucky in first few days and first visa will last 13 months.
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by jadeface » Sat Dec 31, 2016 9:01 am

Thanks, its still visa on arrival in the airport ?
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by ExPenhMan » Sat Dec 31, 2016 9:11 am

Yes, still VoA at the airport. Just make sure you fill out everything on the plane, have your $35US ready and a photo. Hand in your passport and application in the first line on the left, hold onto your fee until you get your passport with visa back and then hand in the money.
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by jadeface » Sun Jan 01, 2017 3:15 am

So can anyone tell me where Lucky Lucky is and what it is ? Thanks in advance for all the great advice. R
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by Bertros » Sun Jan 01, 2017 3:39 am

jadeface wrote:So can anyone tell me where Lucky Lucky is and what it is ? Thanks in advance for all the great advice. R

google is your buddy.

https://www.google.com/maps?q=lucky+luc ... 4Q_AUIBigB




I went here last year for an extention.
all went very well.


cheers



Bertros :hattip:
A taste of the bait is worth the pain of the hook.....
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by jadeface » Sun Jan 01, 2017 12:44 pm

The last time I traveled to Cambodia I bought a one way ticket. Have things changed and I need to have a return ticket now ?
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by Anchor Moy » Sun Jan 01, 2017 1:05 pm

jadeface wrote:The last time I traveled to Cambodia I bought a one way ticket. Have things changed and I need to have a return ticket now ?
No problem when you arrive in Cambodia. No questions asked.
The only problem might come from the airline check-in staff if they are not familiar with the Cambodian visa system. Depends on the airline and also the country that you're flying from. If you have a previous Cambodian visa in your passport to show them there should be no problem.
If you're worried, you can also print out something official off the net to show the airline that a Cambodia VOA is acceptable. At worst, you will have to hang about when you check in while the staff check that Cambodia accepts VOA, so arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare - just in case.
Short answer: no. :wave:
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by jadeface » Sun Jan 01, 2017 1:10 pm

Anchor Moy, you are all the good things I love about good people, thank you so much. I will take my old Passport as proof. I am so looking forward to getting back to the only country in the world I am comfortable in. Thank you so much Mr. Moy
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Re: Hello Friends, just a visa question

Post by obelisks » Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:39 pm

Anchor Moy wrote:
jadeface wrote:The last time I traveled to Cambodia I bought a one way ticket. Have things changed and I need to have a return ticket now ?
No problem when you arrive in Cambodia. No questions asked.
The only problem might come from the airline check-in staff if they are not familiar with the Cambodian visa system. Depends on the airline and also the country that you're flying from. If you have a previous Cambodian visa in your passport to show them there should be no problem.
If you're worried, you can also print out something official off the net to show the airline that a Cambodia VOA is acceptable. At worst, you will have to hang about when you check in while the staff check that Cambodia accepts VOA, so arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare - just in case.
Short answer: no. :wave:
can you extend an e-Visa in the same way?
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