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BANGKOK 23 January 2019 22:36
Jonathan Fairfield

US Embassy reminder: Income affidavits for visas to cease Jan 1

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US Embassy reminder: Income affidavits for visas to cease Jan 1

 

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PHUKET: The US Embassy in Bangkok is reminding US citizens that the US Mission in Thailand will cease providing income affidavits and will not notarise previous versions of the income affidavit from Jan 1.

 

The reminder comes via US Embassy Deputy Spokesperson Steve M. Castonguay, who visited The Phuket News offices yesterday (Dec 12).

 

Joining Mr Castonguay was Bussabonglahwan Pattaro, Information Specialist Media and Cultural Section at the US Embassy in Bangkok.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/us-embassy-reminder-income-affidavits-for-visas-to-cease-jan-1-69675.php#h0I5Clo0FbKSviDX.99

 

 
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2 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

No big deal.  500 baht gives me a bank print out of my direct deposit account for the entire year, showing well over the monthly income stipulation, plus letters every Dec from both VA and SS telling me what my new monthly rate will be.  

As long as you have it deposited in a Thai bank monthly no problems what so ever I would think.

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2 minutes ago, garyk said:

As long as you have it deposited in a Thai bank monthly no problems what so ever I would think.

Bangkok Bank.  Every month for the past 10 years. 

 

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