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Intending to take the wife to apply for a 60 day extension non imm o visa. Currently have a work permit but I just want to apply for the 60 day extension, not do an extension via the work permit as I want to keep my non o visa going in case my wp is cancelled (the company I work for may not reopen after the covid situation). Is the above okay and, I need also to submit a tm30. Will tm30  be done by the same io doing my extension or should I do the tm30 first at the new temporary immigration office and afterwards go to the main office to apply for the extension?

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Do you have a 90 entry from a multiple entry non-o visa or a extension of stay based on marriage issued by immigration?

Since you mention a temporary office I assume you are located in Bangkok.

Not sure they are enforcing the TM30 form. Have you done one before since your last entry to the country?

If need one done you would to it at the temporary office then got to Chaeng Wattana to do the 60 day extension.

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3 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

Do you have a 90 dau entry from a multiple entry non-o visa or a extension of stay based on marriage issued by immigration?

Since you mention a temporary office I assume you are located in Bangkok.

Not sure they are enforcing the TM30 form. Have you done one before since your last entry to the country?

If you need one done you would to it at the temporary office and then got to Chaeng Wattana to do the 60 day extension.

90 entry from multiple non o. Yes, Bangkok. No tm30 since last entry. Had retirement visa obtained through agent prior to current non imm O visa. The agent reported me at an upcountry address. I haven't done tm30 showing my Bangkok address since. Have all paperwork to do so if required. Don't know if IO will bring this up on doing the 60 day extension application or not hence my confusion as to whether to do the tm30 first or take a chance and go straight to do the 60 day extension. Mind you I only have 1 blank page in my passport so I assume no room for a rejection stamp and then an extension stamp if i do the tm30 after a rejection then apply again after having done the tm30. I do not know (and I think nobody knows) if the IO will bring up the tm30 issue on applying for the extension and, if the fact that I haven't done a tm30 lead to a rejection of the 60 day extension.

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32 minutes ago, johnny1966 said:

Mind you I only have 1 blank page in my passport so I assume no room for a rejection stamp and then an extension stamp if i do the tm30 after a rejection then apply again after having done the tm30. I do not know (and I think nobody knows) if the IO will bring up the tm30 issue on applying for the extension and, if the fact that I haven't done a tm30 lead to a rejection of the 60 day extension.

I do not think this issue, at least, is going to arise. If they are not going to give you an extension before a TM30 is done, they will simply tell you so. There will be no new stamps in your passport.

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3 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

Do you have a 90 entry from a multiple entry non-o visa or a extension of stay based on marriage issued by immigration?

Since you mention a temporary office I assume you are located in Bangkok.

Not sure they are enforcing the TM30 form. Have you done one before since your last entry to the country?

If you do need one done you would do it at the temporary office then go to Chaeng Wattana to do the 60 day extension.

 

hello, for people who have never done a TM30 but need an extension, is it possible to do it online if we are owner of the condo ?

 

thank you ❤️

 

 

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2 minutes ago, ReLo said:

hello, for people who have never done a TM30 but need an extension, is it possible to do it online if we are owner of the condo ?

Yes you can but you have to register to do it.

See: https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn24online/

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51 minutes ago, johnny1966 said:

Don't know if IO will bring this up on doing the 60 day extension application or not hence my confusion as to whether to do the tm30 first or take a chance and go straight to do the 60 day extension. Mind you I only have 1 blank page in my passport so I assume no room for a rejection stamp and then an extension stamp if i do the tm30 after a rejection then apply again after having done the tm30. I do not know (and I think nobody knows) if the IO will bring up the tm30 issue on applying for the extension and, if the fact that I haven't done a tm30 lead to a rejection of the 60 day extension.

As said no need to worry about the rejection stamp. Your application would not be accepted. A denial of the application only happens if you have already paid the 1900 baht fee. If they say no due to a lack of current TM30 report the will send you to the other office to get one.

The extension stamp will only uses about half a page. They could do it on partial page you have one somewhere in your passport.

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2 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

As said no need to worry about the rejection stamp. Your application would not be accepted. A denial of the application only happens if you have already paid the 1900 baht fee. If they say no due to a lack of current TM30 report the will send you to the other office to get one.

The extension stamp will only uses about half a page. They could do it on partial page you have one somewhere in your passport.

I actually just got a 60 day extension on Monday and the stamp takes up a full page.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, drjden said:

I actually just got a 60 day extension on Monday and the stamp takes up a full page.

That is due to all the extra stamps they did. The actual extension stamp is about half a page.

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

That is due to all the extra stamps they did. The actual extension stamp is about half a page.

This is what ive got. One full page with one stamp and another page to fit 2 stamps. Is it enough? Will I need these "extra stamps?"

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29 minutes ago, johnny1966 said:

This is what ive got. One full page with one stamp and another page to fit 2 stamps. Is it enough? Will I need these "extra stamps?"

It depends upon the office you go to how many stamps they will do.

They could fit all of them on the page you showed.

They is a lot of wasted space on the page that was posted earlier. There is wasted space at the top of it. The two stamps at the bottom of it could of been done side by side.

I think you will need a new passport real soon. Perhaps apply as soon as you get the 60 day stamp.

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I had a non immigrant O multiple entry based on marriage from Savanakhet. It expired on 16 January 2020. I entered on it on 11 January so my 90 day permission to stay runs out on 10 April. 

 

I had thought that permission could be extended by a further 60 days but have just read elsewhere that it cannot if the visa itself has expired. Is this right?

 

If it is what can I do now, trapped as I am in Thailand? I cannot go to Savanakhet for a new visa as I originally intended. I don't have a flight cancellation as my exit booking on 1 May back to my other home in France has not yet been cancelled. That airline is not operating any flights right now either, they say at the moment until 30th April

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2 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

It depends upon the office you go to how many stamps they will do.

They could fit all of them on the page you showed.

They is a lot of wasted space on the page that was posted earlier. There is wasted space at the top of it. The two stamps at the bottom of it could of been done side by side.

Thanks Joe. I hope at CW they are able to fit everything in.

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7 minutes ago, Kalasin Jo said:

I had thought that permission could be extended by a further 60 days but have just read elsewhere that it cannot if the visa itself has expired. Is this right?

Certainly false info.

You are extending the permit to stay you got from your visa not the visa. Once in the country your visas expiration date means nothing.

No problem to get the 60 day extension.

9 minutes ago, Kalasin Jo said:

I don't have a flight cancellation as my exit booking on 1 May back to my other home in France has not yet been cancelled.

That is not needed to get another extension or to get a letter from a embassy.

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43 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

Certainly false info.

You are extending the permit to stay you got from your visa not the visa. Once in the country your visas expiration date means nothing.

No problem to get the 60 day extension.

That is not needed to get another extension or to get a letter from a embassy.

Thanks on both points Ubonjoe! Reassuring! Going in to my local I O on Monday. Will post if any difficulty.. the source by the way of that misinformation was Thailand Life

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