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BANGKOK 19 July 2019 02:09
quandow

Fresh Report Of Extension In Jomtien

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I hope for you that the Captain who signs these off doesnt notice the seasoning period. He has a history of denying applications. In April I tried to renew my extension 45 days early. My application was accepted by the desk in the morning only to be telephoned in the afternoon by the same guy who accepted my application, saying " Mr my captain say you come too early. Come back after Songkran" I had to go back the next day to get my passport back. It had the extension in there but with a big red cancelled across it. I renewed ok aftet Songkran but I hate having the cancelled stamp in my passport.

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They will accept early extensions with a valid reason. Otherwise they are strict with the 30 day before rule they have in place.

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9 hours ago, quandow said:

 

BTW, money was only seasoned 2 months and 2 weeks.

4 hours ago, jimn said:

I hope for you that the Captain who signs these off doesnt notice the seasoning period.

What's wrong with 2 months seasoning?

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7 hours ago, wpcoe said:

What's wrong with 2 months seasoning?

Nothing at Jomtiem.

A few other offices haven't caught up yet to the new requirement. 

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No need for proof of residence? House book, rental contract etc?

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a TM 30 for what? is that not only that you have to send 24 hours after you came home again ?

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46 minutes ago, Jack Mountain said:

No need for proof of residence? House book, rental contract etc?

What's not clear in the OP about "one each copy of passport, TM30, rental contract?"

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Anyone have a report on doing a visa extension in Jomtien recently?

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2 hours ago, Jack Mountain said:

No need for proof of residence? House book, rental contract etc?

As I wrote in my list of documents, a TM30 and copy of the rental agreement.

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21 minutes ago, elgenon said:

Anyone have a report on doing a visa extension in Jomtien recently?

There is no such thing as a visa extension. You can only apply for an extension of your permission to stay, which is what the OP has kindly reported as the first message in this thread.

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