Many tourists to south east Asia choose to visit either Thailand or Malaysia. These two neighboring countries are visitable with 90-day tourist visas but most travelers don't want to apply for tourist visas for both. So they make a choice to apply for a tourist visa to either Thailand or Malaysia and forgo visiting the other country. If you're thinking of applying for a 90-day tourist visa, which country is better? Thailand or Malaysia? And why?
I went out the exit, and there was my visa run lady collecting the receipts, and then ushering us over to an individual of the vans. My receipt had proven "60 days double entry UK Immigration Attorneys
Tourist visa" and "payment: $0", so I was content.
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There is another class of visas available for those wanting to spend an extended length of time in the country. These are the Non-Immigrant visas which are multiple entry visas. Each stay is up to 90 days before a boarder run is necessary. They are valid for 12 months. If your timing is correct, and you do a boarder run on the last day that the visa is valid, you can stay for 90 days after the expiration of the visa. The availability of these visas is highly variable with some consulates giving them easily and some being very difficult.
The third way is for your potential spouse to have a child. If they were to leave that child behind with a grandparent or other family member, there is a good chance of that person returning to their own country.
You cannot exclude income earned for work done in the U.S. Your salary must be allocated between U.S. and non-U.S. work. Generally, this is done based on the number of days worked. See Form 2555. If you return to the U.S. for a business trip, keep work days in the U.S. to a minimum and concentrate the work on as few different days as possible.
A single-entry will give you 60 days plus a 30 day renewal plus a 7 day renewal. A double-entry will give you 60 days, plus 30 days, plus 7 days. Then leave the country, come back for another 60 days, plus 30 days, plus 7 days. And that's it.