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The following Visa guide applies to Tourist Visas only, and not Business or Diplomatic Visas. The guide is applicable to American citizens, holders of passports issued in the United States and those born in the US. 1. No Advance Planning Some countries will grant you a tourist visa automatically upon arrival, and there’s no need [...]

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What They Said About Cambodia e-Visa?

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

Since the Cambodia e-Visa system involved in infringement, Cambodia e-Visa Blog received many negative comments regarding the current system. Among them complained not able to make payment, do not receive e-Visa after payment made or received e-Visa with wrong details.

See what are they complaining about the current Cambodia e-Visa system below.

I am a travel agent staff. I applied the Cambodia E-VISA for my clients on line. First time, I filled up the application for 5 people and wait for payment. But the Web didn’t work. So, I proceed open another new Web to apply an other 5-people. (I have 20 VISAs need to apply) After i finished and checked the info, It showed correct, so I payed. But when I check the aprroved VISA’s details, I find that the approved visa’s details are confused with that i filled up on the first time. That is say. the approved VISA’s details are all wrong(include the photo,name, passport No.etc). and i payed.

Hello! Me and my friends are visiting Cambodia next week! I got my e-visa few weeks ago, but my friends did´nt! Someone is charged my credit card already (I applied all visas)! What I have to do to get visas or get money back???

I am in Ningbo,China. I want to apply Cambodia E visa, but can not login your website http://evisa.mfaic.gov.kh, kindly help!

Besides, the news on Cambodia e-Visa system infringement can also be found in Wikitravel under Cambodia Visa section.

Cambodia e-Visa in Wikitravel

Therefore, tourists to Cambodia are strongly recommended not to apply for e-Visa for the time being. As an alternative, on arrival visa can be easily obtained at price USD20.

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Proofreadering e-Visa website

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

Hi there, we wish to get help to proofread our website. If you are interested, please post your contact in the Leave a Reply form, thank you.

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Cambodian Children

VDPCS School was first established in early 2005 by two Buddhist monks, Rathana Nn and Togh Main, who wanted to give some of Siem Reap’s poorest children a positive future by offering free education, and thus the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty in which many find themselves. With occasional donations and the help of local and foreign volunteers, they struggled but managed to teach over a hundred children and teenagers in 2 simple, thatch classrooms for about a year. In spring 2006, enough funds were raised to rebuild a very basic new school at a more suitable location with 3 classrooms. Subsequently student numbers jumped, reflecting the urgent desire for education in Cambodia.

Cambodia school student

Tragically, 24-year-old director Rathana was killed in a car crash in April 2007 and the school’s future seemed as uncertain as ever. But out of this sad incident emerged a new alliance of former volunteers and supporters worldwide who have joined forces to ensure the school’s continued existence and development. With the help of many generous people around the globe, the school has made tremendous progress.

Kids attending class

The school became a registered NGO on 10 September 2007. The name of the NGO is Volunteer Development Poverty Children Association with registration number 1093. This is beneficial for the school and the children as it gives them greater rights under Cambodian law and hopefully opens up new channels of support from overseas.

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Would you like to find out more, support us or become a volunteer?
Please contact the Director of the School – Main Togh (first name Togh –pronounced Tong) via our website
www.childrenofcambodia.org

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Press release by e-Visa friend

Thursday, July 12th, 2007

After the recent revamp of the Cambodia e-Visa website, it now supports more than 20 languages. The multi-lingual suport receives a lot of positive feedback from travelers to Cambodia, who successfully applied their Cambodia travel Visa through the system. A great part of the credits are honoured to all e-Visa friends who supported us with [...]

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Cambodia e-Visa in Cambodia Daily

Monday, July 2nd, 2007

Thanks again to the founder of Cambodia Daily, Bernard Krisher who features us in the Cambodia Daily Press last Thursday, June 28, 2007. Cambodia e-Visa has been launched by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for more than a year. With great support from all the immigration officers who process the e-Visa at the checkpoint, we have together serving [...]

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There are a few things that are as heart-warming and uplifting than the telling of a memorable story. ‘Touching Story?is a webpage that is dedicated to telling such great stories. It is a webpage dedicated to e-Visa travelers by giving them the chance to let the world know their most memorable experience while they [...]

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The Goverment of Kingdom of Cambodia has recently revamped the original e-Visa system which has been operating with good response since April 2006. Applying for Visa to Cambodia now takes on a new, improved, and much easier application process. Launch officially by the Government of Kingdom of Cambodia since April 2006, with more than 10,000 [...]

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