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charliebadenhop

Information/Documents needed for retirement extension

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(Everything written in BLUE ink.)

 

Completed TM7- Printed 2 sided. 
Passport-

Passport photo page, visa, entry stamp, current extension and all other pages that have something for Thailand on it.
TM6 departure card COPY
Bring my Bank book-

COPY of bank book pages for the last three months. (Provided by the bank)
COPY of Bank book ID page
Letter from Bank confirming balance and statement. 


Photos- 1 required, 2 would be best, just in case 4 X 6 cm.
Proof of residence, and a COPY of the rental contract.

Is proof of residence on a folder piece of paper stapled into the passport?

If so, do I also need a copy?


Foreign National Information Form

 

Fee baht 1,900

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You only need one 4 X 6 photo attached to the TM7 application form.

Proof of residence at many office would be a rental agreement with signed copies of you the owner's house book and ID card.

Some offices call the TM30 report a residence report. There would be a slip in your passport to prove that has been done.

Many things vary from office to office.

I have not seen any reports of offices wanting a foreign national information form for a long time now.

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No mention of income method / combo or 800k in bank, is it a trick question? not heard any reports of 3 months of monthly income being sufficient

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Just now, charliebadenhop said:

Sorry, 800k in the bank and thus three months shown in bank book.

It now 2 months before and 3 months after that the 800k baht needs to be in the bank.

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11 minutes ago, charliebadenhop said:

Ok, I didn't know that only 2 months prior to extension and 3 months afterward.

 

Thanks.

A new rule went into effect  on March 1st that changed it.

After the 3 months after at 800k baht it can be reduced to 400k baht up the day you top it up at least 2 months before you next application.

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It now 2 months before and 3 months after that the 800k baht needs to be in the bank.

Ubonjoe, I am a little bit confused here, I can understand 2 months before, but I am unable to make sense of the 3 months after rule. Why because, after one gets a one year extension stamped on the passport, what difference does it make to have the 800K for 3 months " After "

Is it 3 months after the extension from the prior years extension. Forgive my stupidity for not understanding what was mentioned in the post while everyone seems to have understood. Thanks

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A new rule went into effect  on March 1st that changed it.

After the 3 months after at 800k baht it can be reduced to 400k baht up the day you top it up at least 2 months before you next application.

I understand the 400 K rule and the top up 2 months before the extension application rule.  Still confused where and in what context does the 3 months after the 800K fit in

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You are now required to show the balance is unchanged 90 days after the extension has been granted.

Therefore 2 months before and 3 after - 5 months at FULL balance. Failure to do so may result in your extension being cancelled.

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5 minutes ago, Ravi98008 said:

Still confused where and in what context does the 3 months after the 800K fit in

This from the police order changing the requirements.

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7 minutes ago, charliebadenhop said:

So it seems that you have to bring your bank book with you at the first 90 day extension. Yes?

 

 

Not all offices are wanting people go to back after 3 months with your updated bank book. Others state it will be checked when you apply for your next extension.

It is not required when you do your 90 day reports (they are not extensions).

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