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9 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

It is enough to apply for a non-o visa at a embassy or consulate and a 60 day extension at immigration to visit your child.

To apply for a one year extension at immigration your parenthood must be legitimized to apply.

Thank you for that I take it the easiest way to go legit is to be married? Or can I still legitimise the birth even tho he's now 7? 

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8 minutes ago, Simo37 said:

Thank you for that I take it the easiest way to go legit is to be married? Or can I still legitimise the birth even tho he's now 7? 

If he 7 years old the legitimization can be done at an Amphoe. Contact the local Amphoe about getting it done.

Prior to 7 it normally needs to be done at a family court.

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26 minutes ago, Simo37 said:

Thank you for that I take it the easiest way to go legit is to be married? Or can I still legitimise the birth even tho he's now 7? 

I did it with my 2 kids years ago. Amphoe just asks your kid some questions. Like who’s your daddy? Fairly easy to do. 

 

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1 hour ago, Simo37 said:

I'm my situation I'm not married but my name is on birth certificate.. Is that enough to get the non o..? 

My countrys embassy gave me a 1 year non-o multi entry only on the birth certificate and about 200k in the bank.Less then 2 years ago.

Get your kid through the court system.More easy visa for you then a marrige visa.If you are married many places will not let you choose the parrent visa.

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10 hours ago, dimitriv said:

 

Do you know the easiest way to do that ?

 

I have read complicated things about blood tests...    But read somewhere on this forum that at least in the past it was sometimes possible to do this at the same time when registering the birth of the child at the Amphoe. But I could not find more information about how to do that...

 

 

You can go to the juvenile court with your girlfriend and child ,with all their ids and ask to legitimize the child ,takes about 1 month ,lawyer not needed ,costs about 600 baht and then another 50 baht ,it’s very easy to do ,the lawyer would only fill in the form for you and charge about 10:000 for that . The juvenile courts are very friendly and helpful ,worth going and speaking to them . Your girlfriend has to approve it .

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^^^^^

If the kid's 7 years old the Amphur office will probably do it for nothing.

Edited by BritManToo

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14 hours ago, Simo37 said:

I had hoped the non o having a son would have been bit more on it than just the 90 days... But it seems to make sense to start going this direction the 60 day extension will be handy to get me to 5 months easy enough..After entering will I be stamped with 60 days then need to extend that at immigration for 30 days for 1900 baht .then back again for the 60?   Or just report to immigration or do you get 90 days when land? Do you think going down the marriage route will eventually be the best thing to do? 

Can get type O based on having Thai dependent. You will need 400k in the bank, but it is a 1 year visa and is independent of a work permit.

Edited by revup
I thought I spelled dependent wrongly.

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Just recently spoke with the consulate in hull about this, you need the birth certificate translated to english, thats what they emailed me, aswell as a bank statement, copy of passport, 2 passport size photos and the application form filled in. Didnt ask for any of my wifes identification.

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32 minutes ago, jimmjam said:

Just recently spoke with the consulate in hull about this, you need the birth certificate translated to english, thats what they emailed me, aswell as a bank statement, copy of passport, 2 passport size photos and the application form filled in. Didnt ask for any of my wifes identification.

Are you sure they will do a multiple entry Non O? It was my understanding that consulates were no longer allowed to provide multiple entry Non O visas. (And, since the new "e-visa" system does not support ME Non O visas, you cannot get one from London either.) It would be great news if consulates have been given permission to accept applications for multiple entry Non O visas again.

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12 hours ago, elviajero said:

If you are the legal parent (not just named on the birth certificate), and can prove an income of 40K pm or show 400K in the bank you can get a 1 year stay that can be renewed every year.

 

A Single Entry Non O will give you 90 days on entry. Towards the end of the 90 days you can apply for a 60 day extension. At the end of the 150 days you'll need to leave the country or apply for a 1 year extension of stay.

 

You should have a problem getting repeat Single Entry Non O visas from a country local to Thailand and repeating the 150 day stay.

 

Only if you want to get married; not to get a visa. Your priority should be to legalise your parenthood through the local Amphoe or court if you don't plan to get married to the mother anytime soon.

Correct me if I'm wrong but I think the 40K monthly salary has been cancelled and it's not just the 400K for 3 months. 

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9 minutes ago, Benbkk26 said:

Correct me if I'm wrong but I think the 40K monthly salary has been cancelled and it's not just the 400K for 3 months. 

The income of 40k baht is still accepted.

The 400k baht only has to be in the bank for 2 months.

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6 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

The income of 40k baht is still accepted.

The 400k baht only has to be in the bank for 2 months.

When I applied for mine last year, when in the UK embassy getting some documents signed they told me the 40K income will no longer be accepted after April 2019. 

Edited by Benbkk26

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 I am in the same situation as the OP, except that my son was born in Australia . We ( his Thai mother and I ) moved to Thailand when he was 8 months . He has all the local village paperwork , Thai passport etc and has attended school since 4 y.o. I will be going back to Thailand soon , after 2 years back in Oz , and hope to initially get a non o based on Thai child , then retirement down the track . Will that be possible ?

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1 minute ago, Benbkk26 said:

When I applied for mine last year, when in the UK embassy getting some documents signed they told me the 40K income will no long me accepted April 2019. 

You got some wrong info from somebody. I got an extension in August using the 40k baht income option.

I showed bank statements proving my income coming into the country for 12 months.

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5 minutes ago, gimo said:

Will that be possible ?

Yes

 

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