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i have till only 26th sept before i need to leave the country . my non imm O visa ( marriage ) expired sometime in feb 

 

am here on amnestry till 26th ....

 

i do not have 400k in my bank account for past 3 mths  as i never intended to keep large amts of  money in the thai banks .

 

i do send money over here in batches 20-40k every now and then ...

 

is there any other option for me to extend my visa  ?   appreciate any advise ...

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You can apply for a 60 day extension at immigration to visit you wife if you have not applied for one since you entered the country. You wife will have to be with you when you apply. You will nee

OP, looks by your avatar your Oz.  Obtain embassy letter for 30 day extension from Au embassy.  If your over 50 an agent may suggest an extension based on retirement. If not may even suggest

6 minutes ago, superatoz said:

frankly  , i dont know any agents ...

 

this is my first time renewing a non imm O visa  . 

Just pick up the phone, it will cost you about 15k.for retirement ext.

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2 minutes ago, MrMilk said:

15k? What exactly will 15k get you?

Yeah it will be more, however the OP entered on a non-o so only needs extension. I asked him if he over 50 earlier.

Extension based on retirement might  be most easy for agent.

 

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17 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

OP, looks by your avatar your Oz. 

Obtain embassy letter for 30 day extension from Au embassy. 

If your over 50 an agent may suggest an extension based on retirement. If not may even suggest based on volunteering or marriage. 

If you decide to leave and are indeed from AU, I don't think you have a chance to obtain flight to Oz. Have you even made inquiries. 

Seriously you have left it very late.

no sir im not and my embassy isnt willing to give any letter of extension as they provided one before ...

 

if any they said has only to be medical and "UNFIT TO FLY"

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4 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Yeah it will be more, however the OP entered on a non-o so only needs extension. I asked him if he over 50 earlier.

Extension based on retirement might  be most easy for agent.

 

hi dr jack , my age is below 50 

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7 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You can apply for a 60 day extension at immigration to visit you wife if you have not applied for one since you entered the country.

You wife will have to be with you when you apply. You will need your marriage certificate and a copy of it. Copies of you wife's house book registry and ID card.

 if one goes earlier, is it 60 days from the date of application or 60 days from the 26th of September?

Thank you.

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3 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You can apply for a 60 day extension at immigration to visit you wife if you have not applied for one since you entered the country.

You wife will have to be with you when you apply. You will need your marriage certificate and a copy of it. Copies of you wife's house book registry and ID card.

This is my plan that was confirmed as acceptable by a visit to Udon immigration last month while hedging my bets against either leaving for work or the now expired hope of an amnesty rollover.

 

The OP should also check if his local Immigration office needs an updated kor ror song (extract of current marriage registration) and kor ror hah (name change certificate for Thai partner) if applicable. Some Immigration offices have validity issues with the former, ie. must be issued less than a month, on same week or (ridiculously) same day as extension application. Some Immigration offices also insist on the latter despite it not being applicable or even available for the Thai partner if they married before 2008.

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