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31 minutes ago, elviajero said:

Yes. And both my wife and child were present.

 

I had to provide all the usual documents for a spouse application, plus the child’s birth certificate.

So you did not have to prove the funds for two months? 

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1 hour ago, Foghorn said:

I use the same paper for custody that I have used for the past 7 years , not asked for divorce documents although I had them with me , needed rental agreement and copy owners Id and blue book ,electric bill ,sons id and blue book ,birth certificate, map to home 

So standard extension based on Thai child. 

This topic is about child extension while married. 

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18 minutes ago, PoorSucker said:

So you did not have to prove the funds for two months? 

No.

 

The first time I applied at CW was as a spouse, but I wasn't clued up at the time about the need for an embassy letter to prove my foreign income. I provided two years bank statements for both my UK and Thai bank accounts showing monthly transfers well in excess of the 40K pm leaving the UK and arriving in the Thai bank, but they couldn't accept them. I didn't have 400K in my account, but a senior officer came and spoke with me and said that as long as I could get 400K into my account he could process the application as a parent and waive the 2 months. Fortunately my son was with us and we had his birth certificate. So I arranged for money to be transferred immediately, went downstairs and got a bank letter and updated passbook, and the application was signed off. The officer made it clear that as a parent, even though I was married, the 400K didn't need to be seasoned.

 

The following year I renewed at the Kanchanaburi office. I topped my account up to 400K a few days before applying and the application went through - as a parent - no questions asked.

 

The bottom line is that a parent doesn't need to season funds, and there is nothing in the police orders that specifies you must be single/divorced to apply as a parent. I can't guarantee every office will play ball, as local rules rules often apply, but for anyone that doesn't want to tie up funds for two months it's worth asking a couple of months before applying.

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8 hours ago, elviajero said:

Yes. And both my wife and child were present.

 

I had to provide all the usual documents for a spouse application, plus the child’s birth certificate.

Sounfs like what i am getting. What dies it say in your passport,  thai wife?

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