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Thai flag Embassy of Thailand in Washington

Address1024 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Suite 401
Washington, DC 20007-3681
USA
Phonelocal: (202) 944.3600
international: +1.202.944.3600
Faxlocal: (202) 944.3611
international: +1.202.944.3611
Emailthai.wsn@thaiembdc.org
Web sitehttp://www.thaiembdc.org
HoursOffice Hours: Monday - Friday 09:00 - 12:30 hrs and 14:00 - 17:00 hrs.
Visa and Consular section: Monday - Friday 09:00 - 13:00 hrs and 14:30 - 16:00 hrs.
Walk-in services : 09:00 - 13:00 hrs.

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Belkis Dimaren
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 03:19 EDT
Free imprisoned Pakistani Christians!!!!
How dare you have this pretty website inviting people to visit your country when the reality immigrant Christians are exposed to in your country is not so pretty! Shame on the Thailand government for treating the guests to your country like that! How would you like it that the moment your US visa expired you would be immediately arrested and thrown into a prison cell, and ad forced to urinate and defecate on yourself and have to sleep on your own body fluids too, oh yeah at eat all your meals on the same place your fesses are! You wouldn't like it very much would you and you would probably think you don't deserve to be treated as a criminal. Well, guess what those immigrant children and women, even the men don't deserve to be treated like criminals either for simply overstaying their visas. They are your guests! They fled their native countries seeking religion asylum and that is how you treat them! Well, if that is how you treat people who visit your country then I guess this news should be published on every travel website to let people know not to go spend their money visiting a country that treats their guests so badly!
Donna Manninen
Mon, 1 Jun 2015 20:15 EDT
Imprisoned pakistani Christians
I am appealing to the Thai government to release the 400 Pakistani Christians arrested on March4th. These Christians are suffering inhuman conditions. Even the worst criminals in a society do not deserve this kind of treatment, yet these people are suffering simply for their religious beliefs. If the government doesn't care about these people, then they should at least care about how Thailand is perceived by the rest of the world. This situation is giving people the impression that Thailand is a cold, hard, mean and dirty country. There appears to be no justice or response to the suffering. This image is not fair to those held captive but also to the Thai people who are kind, loving people. I hope whoever reads this will be moved to act on their behalf. I know the news of this mistreatment is spreading on social media and hopefully it will result in their immediate release. Thank you!
Karen Mathison
Mon, 23 Mar 2015 14:15 EDT
Imprisoned Pakistani Christians
I urge the Thai government to release the 400 Pakistani Christians arrested on March 4th. They are enduring inhuman, dangerous, filthy conditions which are totally unjustified. Men, women, and children are suffering hunger, filth, and abuse because of their religion. Please release them immediately and demonstrate the justice and compassion of the Thai people. Thank you, Karen Mathison
Samrit Kammanee
Thu, 6 Nov 2014 18:02 EST
Driver licence
I need to use car in the US while visiting, and I only have a Thai driver licence. What should I do to get one that might allow me to drive here in the States? I can be reached at my facebook: Samrit Kammanee

I appreciate you for any help or advise.
Diane Verburg
Sun, 7 Jul 2013 21:58 EDT
send my apinions about Thailand
These messages are for Thai government: The modern world's technology has been advanced for centuries, however, Thailand is behind its necessities such as drinking water system. Most of people, buy drinking water bottles, and poor people, what do they do? Vending foods are un sanitary; flies are sharing food with humans, And the train which I rode from Bangkok to Nongkai has no septic tank; I was told not to use it while the train was stopped. In addition, most of Thai people can not afford higher education than sixth grade. I visited elementary school at Ban Chiang (My birth place), and had talked with teachers and got information about it. Thai people are so talented and skillful; thus they deserve a better life. If you want Thailand to become the most beautiful and pleasurable place, Thai government must improve and create better environments for tourists. Thailand is my native land, and I care for Thai people. Yes, Thailand is beautiful and local people are beautiful and wonderful.
muthita
Mon, 23 Jul 2012 17:02 EDT
extent passport
My Thai passport will expire in september 2012
What should i do and what paper i need and where i send to.
Chatree Niramitvijit
Sun, 8 Aug 2010 23:30 EDT
Medical Tourism
I am the publisher of medica tourism magazine in Thialnd, this magazine is endorsed by Prime Minister, and agreed by Foreign Ministry to send this publication to 93 embassies around the world in order to promote medical tourism industry of Thailand. We made phone calls to your embassy and consulates but no one in your office knows about the magazine!
Charles William Pope
Fri, 16 Apr 2010 11:17 EDT
No responce from Thai-la consulate?
I have sent several e-mails and called and left messages at the Thai-la Consulate over a few recent days and have heard nothing in response?
Perhaps this is due to the current unrest in Bangkok?
I have questions about "Non Immigrant Visa" and applying for an extension before three months? I'm married to a Thai lady who wishes to make an extended Family visit along with me. We need a local USA Guarantor and one in Thailand. I assume this to be a family member or friend in both countries?
Any help or advise would be appreciated!
Charles and Sawin Pope
720 1565 rd
Delta, co 81416
970-874-0412

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