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Thanks for doing the above Ubon Joe. 😎

 

Hmm that is interesting I thought it was from 1st of Sept. 

I haven't been on extensions for some years.

So if you are saying October 26th 

That is just after we move into new house. So can probably do a TM 30 on line before that

So you are including the 1 month in consideration stamp. 

 

Ok not a problem really good to know. 

 

Cheers, Kirby 

 

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The date the under consideration stamp was done is July 29th and that is day the extension was applied for. 

The first extension of stay application is considered as equal to doing a 90 day report and your first report is due 90 days from that day.

September 1st is the day the extension stamp was done in your passport and it is valid until July 28th 2021.

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The COVID border closures forced me to switch from a multi-entry Non-O to an extension of stay.  My wife and I live near the border so it was easy for me to hop across and back every 90 days if we didn't travel abroad.  I have the required funds in a Thai bank account so it was just a matter or getting all the paperwork collected and organized. No need for an agent in my case. There were a few minor hiccups along the way, but overall the process went smoothly. 

My first 90 day report is in the beginning of November and I intend to do it online.

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5 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

OP, there will always be idiots on thaivisa.

However there are many here supporting others and they are the vast majority. 

If I was married I for sure would have a ME. 

It's been tough time for the ME guys as they haven't been able and still can't do border ones. However great option to move to annual extensions, either via money in bank or if that's impossible using agent. 

Thinking that some have left it bit late.

I'm here on a multiple entry O visa since December 2013. 

No trouble leaving the country and no trouble coming back to Thailand. 

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27 minutes ago, micmichd said:

I'm here on a multiple entry O visa since December 2013. 

No trouble leaving the country and no trouble coming back to Thailand. 

Heading off to Saigon for the weekend? 

See you Monday.

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47 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Heading off to Saigon for the weekend? 

See you Monday.

No, not now again. 

Maybe later if the borders are open again or they let me self-quarantine at home in Pattaya. 

Which probably won't happen so soon. 

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6 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

OP, there will always be idiots on thaivisa.

However there are many here supporting others and they are the vast majority. 

If I was married I for sure would have a ME. 

It's been tough time for the ME guys as they haven't been able and still can't do border ones. However great option to move to annual extensions, either via money in bank or if that's impossible using agent. 

Thinking that some have left it bit late.

This is a legal forum, and fortunately there's a legal expert here on this forum who could actually be a visa agent. Here you get his advice for free. 

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1 hour ago, up-country_sinclair said:

The COVID border closures forced me to switch from a multi-entry Non-O to an extension of stay.  My wife and I live near the border so it was easy for me to hop across and back every 90 days if we didn't travel abroad.  I have the required funds in a Thai bank account so it was just a matter or getting all the paperwork collected and organized. No need for an agent in my case. There were a few minor hiccups along the way, but overall the process went smoothly. 

My first 90 day report is in the beginning of November and I intend to do it online.

My understanding is the 1st 90 day report has to be completed either by post or in person, online is not permitted

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60 day extension after there was no announcement on amnesty extension. 

 

And then will get a 12 month extension next month. 

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22 hours ago, kirbi53 said:

Sending passport back to the agent I got the official marriage extension stamp

How do you know that it isn't a fake extension stamp? Have you been able to verify it with immigration?

 

Honest question. Oh the agency is well known isn't a verifiable answer. 

 

22 hours ago, kirbi53 said:

I am actually looking forward to doing 90 day reporting as CM Imm has drive through so quick and easy 

What will happen to you if the the extension stamp is fake?

 

Will you be arrested on overstay and sent to the IDC until you can get a fly out? Are there other legal issues with having a fake stamp?

 

 

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