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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly
    do it from the UK, might be easier
    ignore dragonfly. let's face it: he's an idiot.
    Thais can only also apply for UK visa from France though, I have done it, I would think the reciprocal would be true

    so fuck off boring twat, you and your boring sidekick nidog

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly
    do it from the UK, might be easier
    ignore dragonfly. let's face it: he's an idiot.
    Amazing isn't it? You would have thought by law of averages he would be right on something. But no, 100% crap on everything he posts. I really have never seen such a consistent retard.

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    ah in the law of ignorance and mediocrity like for our resident croque mort here, it would state they are scared of any answers that doesn't fit their "static" little morbid world

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101
    Never mind, pizza, pies and burgers, eh Tops.
    Damn straight, sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    ah in the law of ignorance and mediocrity like for our resident croque mort here, it would state they are scared of any answers that doesn't fit their "static" little morbid world

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    I went down to London 3-4 weeks ago to renew misses and daughters Thai passports and walked passed the French embassy and the queues at the visa section were ridiculous as in all the way down the road I'd estimate in the region of 100 people bear that in mind if thinking about applying in UK. The visa section looked like a separate building or a different entrance from main building but is clearly marked.
    Independence day - June 23 for Brits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    I went down to London 3-4 weeks ago to renew misses and daughters Thai passports and walked passed the French embassy and the queues at the visa section were ridiculous as in all the way down the road I'd estimate in the region of 100 people bear that in mind if thinking about applying in UK. The visa section looked like a separate building or a different entrance from main building but is clearly marked.
    Noted. Thanks.

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    For my Thai wife we have had to get Schengen visas on many occasions .

    You can apply straight to the Embassy . You need ...........

    Your Return Travel tickets.

    Booked Hotel Accommodation .

    Your passport and hers .

    Copies of both passports .

    Health Insurance for 30 000 Euros of cover .

    Passport photos ( 2 )

    Evidence you have sufficient funds .

    Application form .

    You can apply to any country you like . Technically you should be applying for France but its a Schengen Visa and covers everywhere . You need to book an appointment to go in and have fingerprints taken ( and can wait 2 months before getting an appointment ) . Then come back 3 days later for the Passport .

    We have acquired a visa every time but it's a MASSIVE pain in the backside.



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    Thanks for that Wasp.

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    Tell her to not bathe for a month, cover herself in copious amounts of cheap perfume, chew a few garlic cloves and sing the Marseillaise when she gets to the border. They'll think she's a local.

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    Is there a need for her in France to warrant all the bother ?

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    A PS.

    Most of the time we went to the Belgian Embassy .
    It's the same visa but not so many people go to Belgium .
    So we never had the queues that you see at the French or the Italian or Spanish Consulates.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasp View Post
    A PS.

    Most of the time we went to the Belgian Embassy .
    It's the same visa but not so many people go to Belgium .
    So we never had the queues that you see at the French or the Italian or Spanish Consulates.



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    Now that's a good tip Waspy. thanks.

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