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I understand every office, and IO will have their own interpretation of whats needed, but what is the general rule for photographs needed when applying for extension based on marriage?.

 

I know they need to be printed in colour onto A4, but how many photos per page etc, and do i need to get them developed 'old style' too?

 

TIA

 

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I am working the Marriage visa now, a change from retirement, because of 

stupid rules changes.

I can't answer right now, but Friday I will visit immigration again, for them to

to see what I have and if I need anything else.

Will post again after they make up their mind about all they want.

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12 minutes ago, Malawi said:

intrusive and not needed.

How is it intrusive?

Just another photo inside the house.

 

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my experience,2 photos on the same page A4,colour and signed,6 in total,just ask to IO what he need. in the garden, in front the home with number,one or twoo in the living room,one in the bedroom,and on other one anywhere.

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5 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

It can very office to office.

Generally two photos inside the house with one of them done of you both in the bedroom ( I do one of us sitting on the bed). One showing the house number with both of you in it and one from the street showing the house.

I print mine with two 5 X 7 inch photos on one page (I print them on photo paper).

we do the same pics, never a problem, print 2 to an a4 piece of paper

 

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I did this today, originally over the phone was told only two photos neccesary, turned up at immigration last week to be advised six photos were required including a mix of inside and outside the house. We took three outside and three inside including the living room sofa, the kitchen area, and at the dining table. We also had a back up photo sitting on the bed based on readings on this forum in case they specifically asked for it but I wasn't going to offer it unless required as I also feel that's a bit intrusive and unneccesary, turns out it was not required, but good to have it ready in case it is.

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My personal experience just 4 wks ago was 4 pics required,:

I outside the entrance showing the house number

1 in the grounds near the entrance to the house

2 pics taken internally specific rooms not stated.

 

2 pics in color per A4 sheet.

2 sets of copies in blk & wht acceptable.

 

6 sht of paper in total, each one signed by both of us.

That is "my experience" .😊

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9 hours ago, saakura said:

The photo in the bedroom, does it have to be in pyjamas and nightgown?

No

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Please be aware that the self photos  (2 required) to be attached to application are to be taken in "proper attire"

Read that as suit and tie

Most photo shops can "photoshop" pictures to requirements

My experience last week

They also told me in Mae Sai that they only needed 2 pictures

One outside with house number and one inside the house    (didn't specify where)

Obviously different requirements depending on where you apply

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