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Completed my 10th 1year marriage extn at the Roi Et office this morning, using the embassy letter for income. 

All done and dusted in 1 hour for 1900 THB.

No mention that as of the 1st Jan this method is no longer being accepted and that I would be required next year to have proof of funds in a Thai bank account, of either 400k or 40k monthly.

As I currently understand to be the case.

Perhaps upon my return in a couple of weeks time to get the extn in my passport it will be interesting to see if they say something then.

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8 minutes ago, Andycoops said:

Completed my 10th 1year marriage extn at the Roi Et office this morning, using the embassy letter for income. 

All done and dusted in 1 hour for 1900 THB.

No mention that as of the 1st Jan this method is no longer being accepted and that I would be required next year to have proof of funds in a Thai bank account, of either 400k or 40k monthly.

As I currently understand to be the case.

Perhaps upon my return in a couple of weeks time to get the extn in my passport it will be interesting to see if they say something then.

 

Letters will be accepted for 6 months from date of issues. As of January 1 UK, USA, and Aussie embassy stop issuing these letters. Personally know an individual that got his letter December 19 and his extension is not due tell February and immigration has said not a problem.

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Yep supposedly 6 months after issue date...got mine dec. 20

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1 hour ago, Laza 45 said:

Thing is .. how do you 'prove' 40 K monthly income?  

Without the letter, at the moment, can not.

 

There is talk of a new police order, but until or unless it is published, no change, no letter, no income option.

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Who told you with authority the income verification letters will not be accepted after January 1???????  Either post a source or ask mods to delete your post as it will cause a panic with good reason.  A lot is at stake to be jerking around with false information.

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On 12/25/2018 at 12:36 PM, khwaibah said:

 

Letters will be accepted for 6 months from date of issues. As of January 1 UK, USA, and Aussie embassy stop issuing these letters. Personally know an individual that got his letter December 19 and his extension is not due tell February and immigration has said not a problem.

Let's see what happens when he goes in Feb. TiT

I await the report.

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15 hours ago, Laza 45 said:

Thing is .. how do you 'prove' 40 K monthly income?  

 By depositing 40k a month into your Thai bank account.?

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41 minutes ago, Andycoops said:

 By depositing 40k a month into your Thai bank account.?

A good idea if it would work.. I would transfer that amount or more but not consistently the same amount.. 

 

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11 hours ago, Andycoops said:

 By depositing 40k a month into your Thai bank account.?

That may turn out to be an acceptable method in future, but then it would be the monthly deposit method, not the income method.

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23 hours ago, TunnelRat69 said:

What post are you referring??, none of the above say the letters will not be accepted after Jan 1

It was sort of implied when the O/P said:

 

On 12/25/2018 at 12:23 PM, Andycoops said:

No mention that as of the 1st Jan this method is no longer being accepted

 

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I for one greatly appreciate this news from the first post as I'm about to try it in a week or so using the Embassy letter. Good news.

Btw..the Australian embassy quoted January 7th as their cut off date ..not Jan 1st

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