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800k needed 2 or 3 months in advance of renewal?

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Currently on one year extension of stay on a Non O visa.  Due to expire in September.  I complied with the requirement to keep 800k in the bank for three months after, and then started using those funds towards living expenses.  Kept above the 400k minimum as required.

 

cant remember if it is 2 months or 3 months before the next extension when it needs to be topped back up to 800k.  Advice appreciated thanks.

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17 minutes ago, Peter Denis said:

Two months before your application for the 1-year permission to stay you need to to top up again from at least 400K to at least 800K.

Thanks. 

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Depends on your office mine is Lopburi, for 400k and 800k it is 3 months, been like it since they opened. 

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9 minutes ago, fishtank said:

2 months nationwide.

Maybe they have all caught up with the 2 month. Which of course is correct.

However as per usual in Thailand even after the changes to money in bank requirements, there were couple imm offices that were still requiring 3 month within last year. Hope they have come up to speed. 

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11 hours ago, fishtank said:

2 months.

Incorrect. I did mine on March 18 (3 months), after being told 2 weeks earlier that 2 1/2 months wasn't enough. (Surin).

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Did something change? Or are you talking about different visa? For "marriage extension visa" I always needed 400k in bank, not 800k?

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1 minute ago, AndyAndyAndy said:

Did something change?

The discussion is about extensions based upon retirement. You only need 400k baht in the bank for 2 months.

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