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BANGKOK 20 June 2019 19:58

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Even knowing which immigration office you will use, no one can say for sure. Without knowing your office, we cannot even advance an educated guess. If the official rules are followed, two months of deposits of 65,000 are enough for a first extension, but I would normally expect the immigration official to want to see some backup documents that suggest you would be able to keep this up long term.

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Sorry it would be jomtien. And thanks for the info.


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Jomtien is showing leniency this year.  The man who signs all the extensions of stay at Jomtien/Chonburi Immigration was interviewed and said that two months of deposits are enough for first time applicants.
 

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Regarding retirement extensions, Khun Pichai said that first time applicants must be able to show at least two months of income coming from overseas or traceable to a taxable source in Thailand. 

 

 

https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1092651-explainer-here’s-what-is-required-by-chonburi-immigration-for-tm30-and-retirement-extensions/

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Thanks for the information very informative.


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8 minutes ago, Carlosm said:

I'm putting 800,00 baht into my bank account with only 6 weeks to my extension of stay, do you think i'll get leniency ?

No

it must be in the bank for 2 months on the day you apply.

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8 minutes ago, Carlosm said:

I'm putting 800,00 baht into my bank account with only 6 weeks to my extension of stay, do you think i'll get leniency ?

No.:sad:

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10 hours ago, SEtonal said:

Jomtien is showing leniency this year.  The man who signs all the extensions of stay at Jomtien/Chonburi Immigration was interviewed and said that two months of deposits are enough for first time applicants.
 

 

https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1092651-explainer-here’s-what-is-required-by-chonburi-immigration-for-tm30-and-retirement-extensions/

Thank for your informative, refreshing and optimistic share. Such a nice departure from the usual negative critics.

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13 hours ago, SEtonal said:

Jomtien is showing leniency this year.  The man who signs all the extensions of stay at Jomtien/Chonburi Immigration was interviewed and said that two months of deposits are enough for first time applicants.
 

 

https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1092651-explainer-here’s-what-is-required-by-chonburi-immigration-for-tm30-and-retirement-extensions/

First time applicants ok. How about those who used to do embassy letters and who're now doing monthly income under the new system? By the time I'd managed to set up a Bangkok Bank account for my TransferWise transfers it was the beginning of February. Will I be shown leniency in Jomtien I wonder? I could be wrong, but I think I saw an earlier post which said they're demanding the full 12 months bank statements. I'm waiting with baited breath to see the first report of someone having success with the "leniency" monthly income method at Jomtien. Fortunately, I do have other options, but MI is my preferred method.

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In 13 years I have never known the IMO to be lenient please post if they showed you compassion . My friends Thai wife died a few years ago I took him to the IMO compassion was not on their itinerary after 2 hours he left more distressed than when we entered in the end we ended up getting an understanding Thai lawyer who managed to resolve certain issues but at a cost to my friend 

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I'm putting 800,00 baht into my bank account with only 6 weeks to my extension of stay, do you think i'll get leniency ?
You can but you have to buy the previlege. Privelege does not come for free.

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7 hours ago, Benmart said:

Thank for your informative, refreshing and optimistic share. Such a nice departure from the usual negative critics.

Sorry but "negative" critics are only usually reporting on negative Incidents and not inventing things. Unless of course you know differently.

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