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Hi, I have 1 year non o visa.  I need to do my 90 days visa run next month.  How do I do this visa run since the neighbor country all close down?  

 
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You go to immigration and get an extension. 

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12 minutes ago, jimmjam said:

You go to immigration and get an extension. 

Thank you very much.

 

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15 hours ago, BritTim said:

Assuming your Non O visa is based on a Thai spouse or child, you can apply for a 60-day extension of stay. Your Thai family member must usually accompany you when you apply for the extension. A one-year extension of your permission to stay may be possible if you can meet the requirements.

A Non-O based on marriage should not incur visa runs but only 90 days checks, I believe.

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Posted (edited)

OP means multi  Non-imm O if he's doing 90 day border runs

Will require notorised copies of marriage cert. if married outside of Thailand, I believe, to obtain a 60 day extension on a 90 day period.

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44 minutes ago, thaikahuna said:

A Non-O based on marriage should not incur visa runs but only 90 days checks, I believe.

You believe wrong. A single entry visa provides for a 90 day stay only unless extended by 60 days for the purpose of visiting a Thai spouse/child.

The same criteria apply to multiple entry visas.

The MAX length of stay permitted is 90+60 before having to leave the country

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19 minutes ago, Mr Smithy said:

You believe wrong. A single entry visa provides for a 90 day stay only unless extended by 60 days for the purpose of visiting a Thai spouse/child.

The same criteria apply to multiple entry visas.

The MAX length of stay permitted is 90+60 before having to leave the country

But you can also in the last month of the 90-days (or 90+60 days) permission to stay apply for the 1-year permission to stay based on the Non Imm O - marriage/dependant child Visa.

Doing so requires 400K seasoned during 2 months on a personal thai bank-account before the application (and kept there until the application is approved), after which the 400K can be used for your expenses.  And 2 months before your next application for a 1-year extension you would need to put again 400K on your thai bank-account.

Alternatively you can also use the 40K monthly income transfer-method, which would require you to provide evidence of 2 months of such transfers before your application, and keeping those transfers up during the full year the permission to stay grants you.

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1 hour ago, pookett said:

OP means multi  Non-imm O if he's doing 90 day border runs

Will require notorised copies of marriage cert. if married outside of Thailand, I believe, to obtain a 60 day extension on a 90 day period.

no need if in English.

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I'm also here on a multiple entry Non-O (Thai wife) my permission to stay ends two weeks prior to my flights departure, we were married here and I have copies of the marriage certificate in Thai and English. Since I'm now unable to do a border run my question is, for an extension will anything else be required be required to complete this process?

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4 minutes ago, Nightfr8 said:

I'm also here on a multiple entry Non-O (Thai wife) my permission to stay ends two weeks prior to my flights departure, we were married here and I have copies of the marriage certificate in Thai and English. Since I'm now unable to do a border run my question is, for an extension will anything else be required be required to complete this process?

You only need your original marriage certificate in Thai and copies of it.

For a one year extension of stay you will need a printout of your Kor Ror marriage registry that can be requested at any Amphoe.

For a 60 day extension you will not need a the Kor Ror 2 other than at a few odd offices.

For the 60 day extension the marriage certificate and a copy, copies of your wife house book registry and ID card.

For the one year extension you will need 400k baht in a Thai bank for 2 months on the day you apply or proof of 40 baht income.

 

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5 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You only need your original marriage certificate in Thai and copies of it.

For a one year extension of stay you will need a printout of your Kor Ror marriage registry that can be requested at any Amphoe.

For a 60 day extension you will not need a the Kor Ror 2 other than at a few odd offices.

For the 60 day extension the marriage certificate and a copy, copies of your wife house book registry and ID card.

For the one year extension you will need 400k baht in a Thai bank for 2 months on the day you apply or proof of 40 baht income.

 

Joe I have copies of our original marriage certificate but no way do I have the original certificate here so I hope you're talking about just copies. No extension form to fill out?

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17 minutes ago, Nightfr8 said:

Joe I have copies of our original marriage certificate but no way do I have the original certificate here so I hope you're talking about just copies. No extension form to fill out?

A copy (both sides) should be enough but the could ask for the original. If they want an original you could take a copy of it to a Amphoe and they would certify it and attach a Kor Ror 2 to it that would be accepted by immigration.

You will need a completed TM7 form with a 4 X 6 cm photo attached.

Copies of your passport photo page, visa, entry stamp and TM6 departure card.

Proof you are staying in the province where you apply.

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14 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

A copy (both sides) should be enough but the could ask for the original. If they want an original you could take a copy of it to a Amphoe and they would certify it and attach a Kor Ror 2 to it that would be accepted by immigration.

You will need a completed TM7 form with a 4 X 6 cm photo attached.

Copies of your passport photo page, visa, entry stamp and TM6 departure card.

Proof you are staying in the province where you apply.

Thank you Joe, I think I'll stop by the Amphoe and get it certified to avoid a second trip to immigration, I can handle the rest. Peace to you and yours, stay safe.

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2 hours ago, Peter Denis said:

But you can also in the last month of the 90-days (or 90+60 days) permission to stay apply for the 1-year permission to stay based on the Non Imm O - marriage/dependant child Visa.

Doing so requires 400K seasoned during 2 months on a personal thai bank-account before the application (and kept there until the application is approved), after which the 400K can be used for your expenses.  And 2 months before your next application for a 1-year extension you would need to put again 400K on your thai bank-account.

Alternatively you can also use the 40K monthly income transfer-method, which would require you to provide evidence of 2 months of such transfers before your application, and keeping those transfers up during the full year the permission to stay grants you.

Does the 400k  need to be seasoned on a first application for a 1 year extension of this type? I thought not. I know it does for subsequent extensions.

 

I started life here with a retirement extension following a visa exempt entry, then a non O. For the non O based on retirement I put the money in the day before that application. After a few extensions of that I then transitioned to extensions based on marriage when married my Thai lady. What a faff that is! But persevered over several such extensions. Last year I let it lapse, as I don't spend anything like the whole year here and my wife joins me for some of the time when I am not, so I went for a non O multi entry from Savanakhet, no financials a distinct advantage!. But that's expired now and I can't go there for a new one at the moment as we all know

 

So yesterday I got a 60 day extension at my Kalasin Immigration Office on my current permission to stay as that expires in a few days.

 

So what next if borders still closed or if open a requirement or Covid insurance and doctors certificate still in force to be granted one?

 

I thought Back to the 1 year, either as retirement at 800k in the bank but less faff or marriage at 400k with all the faff. Neither is convenient as the source of the money would lead to a hefty tax bill in either case but especially the retirement route, where I am currently tax resident.

 

Hence my question about seasoning. I'd be starting anew even though my history clearly shows I've done this before.

 

Is seasoning of 2 months required? Because I'd need to raise the money and get it here smartish if that is the case.

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