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2. You have to do it before your visa expires to get a new one year entry. After it expires you would only get a visa exempt entry.

Then you would need a re-entry permit to keep that last one year entry valid if you want to travel.

3. You will be able to apply for the extension during the last 30 days of the one year entry.

The 800k baht will have to be in a Thai bank of 60 days on the date you appy. 

 

As an alternative to money in a Thai bank for an extension of stay you can meet the financial requirements via a monthly income that is verified by your embassy in Bangkok. The requirements are the same (in baht) as those for the non imm o-a.

 

If you use the money in the bank solution for an extension of stay, that money must be in a deposit account in a Thai bank.

 

 

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3 hours ago, SpokaneAl said:

As an alternative to money in a Thai bank for an extension of stay you can meet the financial requirements via a monthly income that is verified by your embassy in Bangkok. The requirements are the same (in baht) as those for the non imm o-a.

Info on the British Embassy's procedures to be followed in obtaining the necessary verification is at:

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/how-to-obtain-a-pensionincome-letter-for-thai-immigration

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