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Jomtien Immigration - Earliest Extension Renewal Date


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My annual Retirement Extension falls due end of January 2018. Officially the earliest one can renew is 30-days prior to the due date but they have been known to be flexible. What's the earliest that anyone knows for a fact that they have allowed to renew if one shows valid proof of not being available at that time? I plan on being out of Thailand first week of January for at least 6 weeks.

 

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NL

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Many offices will process the retirement extension routinely up to 45 days before its expiry. Unless you have a very unfriendly office, visiting them around December 20, with proof of your travel plans, will get their agreement to deal with your extension then.

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There are no guarantees as such rules can be flexible. One time when I thought it was 45 days there they said 30 days and that was at the immigration desk, not the intake clerks.

BUT, I think if you have some evidence of needing it early such as a ticket out, there is an excellent chance they'd allow 45 days. You might not even need the evidence, but it's advisable to bring it. 

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