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8 minutes ago, Kalasin Jo said:

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

Yes, on the day you apply for the 1-year extension for a Non Imm O - marriage Visa, you need to prove that there has been continually at least 400K on your personal thai bank-account for 2 months.  Those 400K have to stay there till your application is approved (can take one month), and afterwards you are free to use the money to cover your expenses.  When re-applying at the end of the year that extension granted you, you once again need to show 400K on your personal thai bank-account 2 months before the application.

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On 3/30/2020 at 11:24 PM, 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.

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On 3/31/2020 at 6:06 PM, 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.

 

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On 3/31/2020 at 6:06 PM, 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.

 

Hi ubonjoe,  I have non o visa 1 year multi which will expire on 22 April. which I can normally do visa run at the boarder to get 3 months permit.  Now the boarder closed, I can not do that so need to go to immigration to get extend for 60 days.  I saw some people do the online 90 days report with immigration, I wonder if this is the same visa as mine?  Can I do online to get 90 days permit with my current non o visa?  Thank you in advance.

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On 3/31/2020 at 3:04 PM, thaikahuna said:

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

A non believer?

A Non-O ( ME) based on marriage, issued by a Thai consulate, or embassy of a neighboring country is only valid 90 days and the OP must leave the country every 90 days to activate the next 90 days. 

 

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18 minutes ago, playboy said:

Hi ubonjoe,  I have non o visa 1 year multi which will expire on 22 April. which I can normally do visa run at the boarder to get 3 months permit.  Now the boarder closed, I can not do that so need to go to immigration to get extend for 60 days.  I saw some people do the online 90 days report with immigration, I wonder if this is the same visa as mine?  Can I do online to get 90 days permit with my current non o visa?  Thank you in advance.

You can't do it online on this type of visa. Visit the Immigration, they will give you another 90 days as the borders are closed.

 

       Hopefully. 

 

 

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4 hours ago, Isaanbiker said:

You can't do it online on this type of visa. Visit the Immigration, they will give you another 90 days as the borders are closed.

 

       Hopefully. 

Contrary to the impression many hold, your local immigration office does not have unlimited power to extend your permission to stay. There is a Police Order which determines the conditions under which an extension can be granted, and no extension is possible unless those conditions are met. Certain offices may try to make getting the allowable extensions more difficult, and some conditions may be waived (typically, to facilitate income earning agent assisted extensions) but ignoring the Police Order completely and issuing extensions because you feel like it is not something any immigration official (even one with friends in high places) is going to contemplate.

 

There is nothing in the Police Order on extensions that allows your local office to extend your permission to stay for 90 days because your normal method of staying in Thailand is no longer possible. As has been well covered on this forum, with the correct documentation, it is possible to extend your stay by 30 days at a time in view of the impossibility of leaving when originally intended, if you are not eligible for any other extension. While the exact documentation required varies between immigration offices, the basic requirements for these emergency extensions can be found in the relevant threads.

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20 hours ago, Isaanbiker said:

You can't do it online on this type of visa. Visit the Immigration, they will give you another 90 days as the borders are closed.

 

       Hopefully. 

 

 

Thank you, Isaanbiker.

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On 4/2/2020 at 7:17 PM, Isaanbiker said:

You can't do it online on this type of visa. Visit the Immigration, they will give you another 90 days as the borders are closed.

       Hopefully.

Immigration can and will not provide you with a 90-day permission to stay based on your 1-year Non Imm O - marriage Visa.

But you can apply for the 60-day extension of stay for reason of marriage.

Note: Technically you are also required to do your 90-day report when staying longer than 90 days in Thailand.  You can of course do this in one go when you apply for the 60-day extension.

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8 minutes ago, Peter Denis said:

Immigration can and will not provide you with a 90-day permission to stay based on your 1-year Non Imm O - marriage Visa.

But you can apply for the 60-day extension of stay for reason of marriage.

Note: Technically you are also required to do your 90-day report when staying longer than 90 days in Thailand.  You can of course do this in one go when you apply for the 60-day extension.

He will not need to do a 90 day report. The 60 day extension will count as a 90 day report since it will be his first extension (on this entry).

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3 minutes ago, Sophon said:

He will not need to do a 90 day report. The 60 day extension will count as a 90 day report since it will be his first extension (on this entry).

Thanks, and you are of course correct.

Sorry for blooper (had a bad night sleep).

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On 4/3/2020 at 12:15 AM, Isaanbiker said:

A non believer?

A Non-O ( ME) based on marriage, issued by a Thai consulate, or embassy of a neighboring country is only valid 90 days and the OP must leave the country every 90 days to activate the next 90 days. 

 

Does it play the same way if the non-O ME is acquired in Farang Land?......Ive always done border runs on my non-O simply because it's a trip for my wife to visit relatives.Never considered going to Immigration instead so I don't know if that is an option. Hopefully the border will be opened by the end of May for my next run. But I'm not clear if I can I get a 90-day stamp or only a 60-day extension from Immigration in CM?  Thanks!

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59 minutes ago, HaleySabai said:

Does it play the same way if the non-O ME is acquired in Farang Land?......Ive always done border runs on my non-O simply because it's a trip for my wife to visit relatives.Never considered going to Immigration instead so I don't know if that is an option. Hopefully the border will be opened by the end of May for my next run. But I'm not clear if I can I get a 90-day stamp or only a 60-day extension from Immigration in CM?  Thanks!

It is the same no matter where obtained  - You will have to apply for an extension at the immigration office

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8 hours ago, HaleySabai said:

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But I'm not clear if I can I get a 90-day stamp or only a 60-day extension from Immigration in CM?  Thanks!

You cannot get a 90-day permission to stay stamp at an in-country IO.  IN-country IO only handle applications for a new Visa or extensions of stay.

Border-immigration will stamp you in for a 90-day permission to stay when you enter with a non-expired Non Imm O Visa (if the previous permission to stay is not protected with a re-entry permit).  Obviously it is not possible now to exit and re-enter with borders closed.

But you can apply at your local IO for a 60-day extension of stay (for reason of visiting your wife) in the last two weeks of the permission to stay based on your present Non Imm O - marriage Visa.

 

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Thanks for that guys!

So if I have to get an in-country extension of 60-days in May will my visa still be valid for a final re-entry permit in Aug., when my visa expires and providing the borders have re-opened.

 

I didn't know the Non O ME wasn't open to the '90-day reporting', assumed it would be similar to the retirement visa. I just stay 6 months each year and have been doing the border runs for a change of scenery.

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