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Update; he said something between the lines of that non-o would become 6 months valid minimum in return.
Not sure how reliable this is but it came from the consulair employee, not the students.

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43 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

30baht per sheet. Nice little earner. 

True. That seems to be new, they used to charge 5 baht per copy.

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23 minutes ago, SicTransit said:

And how much would that requirement be?
 

 


Yeah, easy peasy, there’s a new thread every single day about people jumping through numerous hoops to prove that they’re not begging on the streets to make a living here.

 

You missed something very important. If you actually have the required income, you do not have to jump trough any hoops. Those "hoops" are just for the one trying to find a way to stay on fake grounds.

 

I thought you knew the requirements. They are 400/800 for extension based on marriage/retirement or 40/65 if chosing the monthly deal.

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1 hour ago, SicTransit said:

 


You only have to navigate to the front page to see people having trouble with Transferwise for example. It’s not like they’re transferring Monopoly money. And your 400k is as good as banknote photocopies if it’s been in the bank for less than two months. So no point in trying to convince anyone here that complying with official regulations is a walk in a park.

 

Please tell me what is the problem to comply with the rules? Most people know or can find out they have to be 2 months in the bank before applying for extension the first time, and most probably will be 3 month before on the extensions following the first one.

People have problem with transferwise because they do not read the list of connected banks before every transfer, because that can change, and that is what caused the problem this time. They took away Bangkok Bank as a partner bank, which led to people getting transfers registered as a transfer from other Thai bank. If they read the list before transfer, they could have been avoiding the misstake. Same you have to do regulary with all from partner connections to rules and regulations, because they might change. Mostly that stands in the rules and regulations too, but it seems like people just don´t care about reading and taking notice of that important piece of info.

If you care to look up informtion that you need before doing things, nothing is especially complicated. The only time it´s complicated is when people want to complain.

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1 hour ago, fforest1 said:

Stop trying to normalize a bad situation its very boring...The visa noose has been tightening for years.... You know that 100%...

Nope, the tightening is only regarding the ones that got away with not showing real proof of income before. The rules have always been there since sometime in the 1970s and only been rasied a little during that time. What happened now is that they want real proof of income, and in my opinon that is because to many faked their income letters earlier.

 

Ragarding other types of visas, there are the ones that are labled "tourist" visas, which actually speaks for itself. They have always been there dor the purpose to visit a country, and not be used for living in a foreign country. here it is getting cleaned up too, out of the simple reason that to many persons have been using them for the wrong purpose.

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