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Yearly Extension application time frame.

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With an initial O visa retirement issued at local immigration and then 12 month extended at local immigration .

 

Now with 5 weeks left, when is the earliest and the latest i can apply for the next yearly extension could i apply now or in the last week of validity.

 

Thanks for your input.

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You can apply for the extension up to 30 days early at some offices and others 45 days. You can apply up to the last day of your extension if you wanted to.

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Thanks Joe, much appreciated.

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OP, you can apply now. Imm not busy. Wish mine was due now.

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If my plans change as in change of finance or status or going to Uk etc.

 

Are their any short extension options on the existing yearly extension expiry date, as in pay 1900 baht and get another 30 days etc..............with borders closed no option to do a hop.

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2 minutes ago, sapson said:

Are their any short extension options on the existing yearly extension expiry date, as in pay 1900 baht and get another 30 days etc..............with borders closed no option to do a hop.

There is no extension you can apply for other than one year.

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21 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

There is no extension you can apply for other than one year.

Hi Joe,

If married to a thai national, would OP not be eligibile for a 60-day extension of stay for reason of visiting his wife/dependant child?

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21 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

OP, you can apply now. Imm not busy. Wish mine was due now.

 

22 hours ago, sapson said:

Now with 5 weeks left

Do it before months end!

No one can tell for sure what will happen after that.

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41 minutes ago, Peter Denis said:

If married to a thai national, would OP not be eligibile for a 60-day extension of stay for reason of visiting his wife/dependant child?

He could but he did not mention having a Thai wife a or child.

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On 7/9/2020 at 12:06 PM, ubonjoe said:

He could but he did not mention having a Thai wife a or child.

Correct that would not apply, further query this is an O visa retirement issued at local immigration and extended there.

 

I presume therefore on my extension this time I wouldnt need insurance as initial visa  was not issued at a consulate outside the country.

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1 hour ago, sapson said:

Correct that would not apply, further query this is an O visa retirement issued at local immigration and extended there.

 

I presume therefore on my extension this time I wouldnt need insurance as initial visa  was not issued at a consulate outside the country.

That's correct, the thai IO-approved health-insurance requirement is ONLY required when applying for the 1-year extension based on your original Non Imm O-A Visa and doing so for reason of retirement.

Note: Also correct that a Non Imm O-A Visa can only be applied for at a thai Embassy/Consulate in your home-country or country of residence.

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On 7/8/2020 at 1:53 PM, ubonjoe said:

You can apply for the extension up to 30 days early at some offices and others 45 days. You can apply up to the last day of your extension if you wanted to.

Does Jomtiem do the extention application 45 days before?

TIA

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5 minutes ago, MamaSan said:

Anybody know the timeframe for Chiang Mai?

Forty five days.

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