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NON-O multi expire question

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Hi guys,

I have NON-O multi and i have to do 90 days thing because no 400K in the bank.

 

So the last time was 24 Nov. so i have another 90 days, good. My 1 year NON-O multi will expire February 26, my 90 days will end 21 February... its like 5 days. So my question is, if i go around 20 Feb. can i get another 90 days? 

 

thanks

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Yes you can exit on 21st and return same day (or before end of 26th) to receive a new 90 day stay.  

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At the end of that final 90 you can get 60 days more at your local Imm' ( to visit wife ) for 1900 baht. Makes nearly 17 months total.

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where were you able to obtain the Non-O Multi from?

And what was required for it?

I'm certainly interested now that I know how long it can last for...

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6 minutes ago, ajarnmarc said:

where were you able to obtain the Non-O Multi from?

And what was required for it?

I'm certainly interested now that I know how long it can last for...

As he mentions no 400k in bank likely obtained for marriage to a Thai and locally both Savannakhet and HCMC can provide without proof of financials.  Requirements are original marriage certificate/copy, Home Register/ID card copies and normal passport copies (all signed by subject) - HCMC also requires short note from spouse requesting visa be issued.  Cost is 5k baht at Savannakhet but must be paid in USD at HCMC.

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20 hours ago, lopburi3 said:

Yes you can exit on 21st and return same day (or before end of 26th) to receive a new 90 day stay.  

 

thanks. 🙂

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5 hours ago, ajarnmarc said:

where were you able to obtain the Non-O Multi from?

And what was required for it?

I'm certainly interested now that I know how long it can last for...

I did one at HCMC a couple of weeks ago, very straightforward.

If its of any interest I believe that Vietjet are introducing flights from Pattaya to HCMC later this month. Also some nationalities can get 15 days visa exempt for Vietnam.

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