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My 90 days are up on June 9th, can i go to immigration and get a 60 day extension? What documents are needed?

 

My visa is good till November, does the 60 day extension ( if possible ) affect that in any way?

 

Thx.

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There is no need to get the 60 day extension now since you can stay until July 31st under the amnesty. 

You save the 60 day extension until shortly before July 31st and apply for it then instead of leaving the country for a new entry.

Getting the extension does not affect your non-o visas validity.

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

There is no need to get the 60 day extension now since you can stay until July 31st under the amnesty. 

You save the 60 day extension until shortly before July 31st and apply for it then instead of leaving the country for a new entry.

Getting the extension does not affect your non-o visas validity.

Thanks, what documents are required for 60 day extension and what is the cost?

 

Is there a limit to 60 day extensions as this may be a cheaper alternative to doing 90 border hops.

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8 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Thanks, what documents are required for 60 day extension and what is the cost?

You wife will need to be with you when you apply. You will need your marriage ceritificat and a copy of it, copies of your wife house book registry and ID card. Some offices may want a updated printout of your Kor Ror 2 marriage registry done at a Amphoe.

You will need proof of residence for where you are living to prove you are living within the designated area of the immigration office where you apply.

The fee is 1900 baht.

 

8 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Is there a limit to 60 day extensions as this may be a cheaper alternative to doing 90 border hops.

You can only apply for one 60 day extension per entry to the country.

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4 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You wife will need to be with you when you apply. You will need your marriage ceritificat and a copy of it, copies of your wife house book registry and ID card. Some offices may want a updated printout of your Kor Ror 2 marriage registry done at a Amphoe.

You will need proof of residence for where you are living to prove you are living within the designated area of the immigration office where you apply.

The fee is 1900 baht.

 

You can only apply for one 60 day extension per entry to the country.

Ok thank you.

 

So i can come in for 90 days + extend by 60 and then repeat this cycle?

 

 

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6 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

So i can come in for 90 days + extend by 60 and then repeat this cycle?

You get a 60 day extension for each 90 day entry.

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8 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You get a 60 day extension for each 90 day entry.

Perfect - thanks for the info.

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On 5/30/2020 at 6:57 AM, ubonjoe said:

There is no need to get the 60 day extension now since you can stay until July 31st under the amnesty. 

You save the 60 day extension until shortly before July 31st and apply for it then instead of leaving the country for a new entry.

Getting the extension does not affect your non-o visas validity.

Are you sure people can get a 60 days extension anytime before July 31st if they never got an extension on their current entry? I see you mentioned in another thread that some offices may deny that. For example, if your stamp expires June 20th and you can stay until July 31st, but you go say July 25th and want another 60 days, they may say you should have applied before June 20th?

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1 hour ago, AndyPa said:

Are you sure people can get a 60 days extension anytime before July 31st if they never got an extension on their current entry? I see you mentioned in another thread that some offices may deny that. For example, if your stamp expires June 20th and you can stay until July 31st, but you go say July 25th and want another 60 days, they may say you should have applied before June 20th?

The other post were probably about letting a one year extension expire and the reason given is that they may not consider the amnesty an extension of the original non immigrant visa entry.

A 60 day extension does not require any particular visa entry to apply for it. It can even be done for a visa exempt entry.

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