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OA extension with Insurance - Still failed !

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OP, I would be so cranky if in your shoes today. Have a sangson & coke and good luck Friday.

Bit surprised this occured CW.

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1 minute ago, flexomike said:

Because the new extension day would have started on the 27th, you don't loose any days on your extension by applying early, this is really screwed up, so now you will loose days on your extension unless you apply on the day it is due, only in Thailand

Extrapolating this, OP will lose a few more days next year and the year after. Any mathematicians here able to work out when his extension will finally be only valid for a day before he has to extend again? Lol

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20 minutes ago, Gweiloman said:

Extrapolating this, OP will lose a few more days next year and the year after. Any mathematicians here able to work out when his extension will finally be only valid for a day before he has to extend again? Lol

About 24 years give or take a few, I am going to be in the same situation

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1 hour ago, flexomike said:

Because the new extension day would have started on the 27th, you don't loose any days on your extension by applying early, this is really screwed up, so now you will loose days on your extension unless you apply on the day it is due, only in Thailand

Yes, basically you can kiss goodbye to any chance of submitting future retirement extension applications 30 days in advance of your latest permission to stay expiring if you're affected by the insurance requirement. This is because insurance companies generally only issue renewal notices 1 month before the current policy is due to expire. And it only takes foot-dragging on your insurance company's part in processing your policy renewal in conjunction with an extended holiday period to result in you either having to sail very close to the wind as regards the timing of your extension application, or, at worst, finding yourself in deep, deep doo-dah if the hallowed new insurance certificate which Immigration insist on doesn't show up in your mailbox by the time your current permission to stay expires.

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