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anyone managed to get 1 year visa ( marriage to thai spouse ) ? 

Money needs to be in a Thai Bank when applying for extensions in Thailand.

2 month prior to application and also the subsequent under consideration period. Could be ~2-3 weeks. Of course it's non negotiable.

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A extension of stay (it is not a visa) based upon marriage is for one year.

A non immigrant visa (category 0) application done at immigration would be for 90 days and then you could apply for a one year extension during the last 30 or 45 day of it.

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2 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

A extension of stay (it is not a visa) based upon marriage is for one year.

A non immigrant visa (category 0) application done at immigration would be for 90 days and then you could apply for a one year extension during the last 30 or 45 day of it.

thats really confusing lol , so if i get 90 days to stay in thailand , based on marraige , then after the 90 days i can apply for 1 year extension , but of course pay them again right ? 

 

any idea how much ? thanks 

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6 minutes ago, superatoz said:

thats really confusing lol , so if i get 90 days to stay in thailand , based on marraige , then after the 90 days i can apply for 1 year extension , but of course pay them again right ? 

 

any idea how much ? thanks 

The 12 month extension is 1900baht.

Prior to applying for your extension read up on the requirements, such as financials etc

 

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3 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

The 12 month extension is 1900baht.

 

ok thanks .......... so withiin these 12 mths we dont need pay any thing else to them right ?

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51 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

A extension of stay (it is not a visa) based upon marriage is for one year.

A non immigrant visa (category 0) application done at immigration would be for 90 days and then you could apply for a one year extension during the last 30 or 45 day of it.

Yes, of course you are correct Joe, I assumed the OP was talking about an extension.

My 1 year extension was approved based on a 90 day non-O marriage visa issued by Thai Embassy in London.

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50 minutes ago, superatoz said:

thats really confusing lol , so if i get 90 days to stay in thailand , based on marraige , then after the 90 days i can apply for 1 year extension , but of course pay them again right ? 

 

You would not need to apply for the non-o visa at immigration unless you entered visa exempt or on a tourist visa. If you entered with a non-o visa could apply for a the one year extension.

The visa is 2000 baht and the extension is 1900 baht.

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4 minutes ago, Tmoney said:

Yes, of course you are correct Joe, I assumed the OP was talking about an extension.

I wasn't sure so I answered for both possibilities. Another case of incorrectly calling a extension of stay a visa that causes confusion all the time.

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4 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

I wasn't sure so I answered for both possibilities. Another case of incorrectly calling a extension of stay a visa that causes confusion all the time.

i was referring to marriage visa multiple entries for 12 mths , but i guess during this period doesnt make sense to have a multiple entry one ...

i learnt something new today that after 3 mths we can request for 12 mth extension ...

 

still have really little knowledge on marraige to thai spouse visa 

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23 minutes ago, superatoz said:

i was referring to marriage visa multiple entries for 12 mths , but i guess during this period doesnt make sense to have a multiple entry one ..

That can only be applied for a Thai embassy or consulate.

You can apply for a multiple re-entry permit for a fee of 3800 baht after your extension of stay is approved. Or a single re-entry permit for 1000 baht.

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2 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

That can only be applied for a Thai embassy or consulate.

You can apply for a multiple re-entry permit for a fee of 3800 baht after your extension of stay is approved. Or a single re-entry permit for 1000 baht.

but before the 90 days are up ,  the fee to extend stay in thailand for 12 mths is 1900 bht correct?  do i need to leave the country or pay anything else during this 12 mths?  ty 

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43 minutes ago, Tmoney said:

Yes, of course you are correct Joe, I assumed the OP was talking about an extension.

My 1 year extension was approved based on a 90 day non-O marriage visa issued by Thai Embassy in London.

no sir i was talking abt the visa .  pardon me , this is the 2nd time only renewing 

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16 minutes ago, superatoz said:

but before the 90 days are up ,  the fee to extend stay in thailand for 12 mths is 1900 bht correct?  do i need to leave the country or pay anything else during this 12 mths?  ty 

You can apply for the 12 month extension any time during the final 30 days (45 at some offices).

1,900 Baht fee . Need to show 400,000 Baht in a Thai bank for 2 months before application OR proof of 40,000 baht monthly income.

Plus a few other things.

No need to leave the country but need to report to Immigration every 90 days.

You can also get a 60 day extension if you wish.

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13 minutes ago, superatoz said:

but before the 90 days are up ,  the fee to extend stay in thailand for 12 mths is 1900 bht correct?  do i need to leave the country or pay anything else during this 12 mths?  ty 

The fee for the extension is 1900 baht.

No need to leave the country and no additional fees unless you apply for a re-entry permit.

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