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Hi, I am currently on the Non-Imm O 90 day visa and looking to convert to a 12 month Marriage visa for the long term (either w/ MEP or without depending on what they will allow currently), and due to various circumstances don't really have the time to sort it out myself and would prefer an agent/visa service to get it done without any hassle.

 

I've contacted a few services but they seem quite pricey compared to what I expected so was wondering if anyone could recommend an agent/service and what price point I should expect, if the prices are indeed as high as I have been quoted I am happy to suck it up and pay, but I just don't want to pay more than the market price.  

 

I will also try contacting the agents pinned to this forum.

 

Please let me know your experiences as well, if you found any good ones!

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Do you have 400k in Thai bank in your name. 

Reason I ask. Take someone that meets all the requirements vs someone that does not (for example not have the money)

The agent cost is significantly different.

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Where are you living?

If you have the financial proof there are many agents that can help you but it depends upon where you are at.

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1 minute ago, Mike Teavee said:

Where are you based? 
 

I use these guys in Bangkok

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Extension is 8,900 which is basically 7,000 on top of the 1,900 extension fee

 

NB they will only deal with people who meet all of the requirements (in the case of a marriage extension400k in the bank or 40k income).

 

 

Amazing, thanks, I was getting quoted far higher prices (more than nearly triple)

 

Were they easy to deal with in English?  Or do I need my wife to contact them in Thai?  I should have all the requirements, I have the 400k in the thai bank, but my marriage certificate is from the UK.   

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1 minute ago, Mike Teavee said:

they will only deal with people who meet all of the requirements (in the case of a marriage extension400k in the bank or 40k income

Mike any idea what the charge is for extension only based on retirement.

If the OP was over 50 some agents might prefer retirement option 

Actually forget it just saw that OP has funds already. 

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35 minutes ago, Mike Teavee said:

Where are you based? 
 

I use these guys in Bangkok

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Extension is 8,900 which is basically 7,000 on top of the 1,900 extension fee

 

NB they will only deal with people who meet all of the requirements (in the case of a marriage extension400k in the bank or 40k income).


Edit, I see you’re in Bangkok, they’re based on Soi 24 a few minutes from Phrom Pong BTS stop (right hand side in the small shopping arcade near the Japanese restaurant)...

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Good info, any idea if they can assist with applications in provinces outwith BKK?

 

Thx

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50 minutes ago, azt219 said:

 

Amazing, thanks, I was getting quoted far higher prices (more than nearly triple)

 

Were they easy to deal with in English?  Or do I need my wife to contact them in Thai?  I should have all the requirements, I have the 400k in the thai bank, but my marriage certificate is from the UK.   

Very easy to deal with in English, I’ve used the Mim for my last 2 extensions & my 1st TM30/99 day report & been very happy with their service.

 

i should mention that the 8,900 was for a retirement extension but I think they charge the same for marriage ones as well.

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23 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Good info, any idea if they can assist with applications in provinces outwith BKK?

 

Thx

As far as I know they only deal with CW/MTT but if you post which province you need assistance with somebody might know a local agent

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33 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Good info, any idea if they can assist with applications in provinces outwith BKK?

 

Thx

If you are prepared to travel, consider these guys:  https://www.facebook.com/premierthailegalservices/

 

Not sure how much they will do over the phone.  They deal directly with immigration staff locally and in Bangkok, but said for the first time client in-person meeting is best to assess situation.   Reach out and see what they can do.

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1 hour ago, Mike Teavee said:

Where are you based? 
 

I use these guys in Bangkok

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Extension is 8,900 which is basically 7,000 on top of the 1,900 extension fee

 

NB they will only deal with people who meet all of the requirements (in the case of a marriage extension400k in the bank or 40k income).


Edit, I see you’re in Bangkok, they’re based on Soi 24 a few minutes from Phrom Pong BTS stop (right hand side in the small shopping arcade near the Japanese restaurant)...

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Thank you Mike. Good info     I’m based  in Phuket  planning on applying for retirement visa ( married 34 yrs to Thai National) just got 60 days to visit wife. Opened bank act and deposited 400k my funds will only   season by 22 nov. visa good to 15 nov?    8900 starting to sound sane as down here we hear 30k +.          

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Yea, I was getting quotes from 20-35K with different companies online. Under 10k seems to be a good deal and much more reasonable I think.

Will see how it goes with Asia consulting services, just hoping that cheaping out doesn't land me in hot water, last thing I want is problems with the immigration department.  

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