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They should accept the combination option if you have good proof of your income. Either a embassy letter or proof of 12 months of transfers into a Thai bank from abroad.

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The rumour among my friends is that Phetchabun will not support the combination method full stop.

It's either / or, which is why I asked the question, Phetchabun is a large province and probably has many that I don't see.

Getting somebody to answer the phone has proved difficult, and getting an actual answer to questions is worse.

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9 hours ago, foreverlomsak said:

The rumour among my friends is that Phetchabun will not support the combination method full stop.

It's either / or, which is why I asked the question, Phetchabun is a large province and probably has many that I don't see.

Getting somebody to answer the phone has proved difficult, and getting an actual answer to questions is worse.

hello i live in phetchabun got to say ... Normally the immigration here are ok  never had any probs its only a small office never over busy ..not talking jomtien here   if you are having; probs getting thru  on the phone just go yo the office easy parking.. 

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agreed having been here for 15 years, first 3 on marriage extension, then to be told that Immigration does not accept that I'm married (as I cannot produce the "affirmation of freedom to marry" document because the ampere has lost it) and forced to change to Retirement.

Funny things happen when individuals get involved with rules and regulations.

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2 minutes ago, foreverlomsak said:

agreed having been here for 15 years, first 3 on marriage extension, then to be told that Immigration does not accept that I'm married (as I cannot produce the "affirmation of freedom to marry" document because the ampere has lost it) and forced to change to Retirement.

Funny things happen when individuals get involved with rules and regulations.

Something doesnt seem right here, i have the same extension and have never been asked for that document  by immigratio ? Just the letter from the Amphur regarding marriage and the marriage certificate. Why are you being asked for the affirmation ?

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9 minutes ago, CharlieH said:

As stated its not a particularly busy office these days, get it from the horses mouth is always better than "he said she said "etc.

 

Disagree. Sometimes info you obtain even at info desk can sometimes 50/50.

IMO thaivisa puts out there and first hand info from members that went through the process at that particular imm office with same circumstances. Hence the OP named his office. 

Never assume a trip to imm office is similar trip to walk to corner for a coffee. For some folk it's a long trip.

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2 minutes ago, CharlieH said:

Why are you being asked for the affirmation ?

Assume it made the paperwork easier for the office involved, as retirement is 50% of the paperwork of marriage and no referral to higher authority for approval, and it was 12 or so years ago, I forget exactly when without trawling through old passports, so things may have changed.

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8 hours ago, foreverlomsak said:

Funny things happen when individuals get involved with rules and regulations

My issue is twofold. One there are people working in these places who do not even know the rules themselves, but to save face will tell you what they think as if it is fact. Secondly, differen offices do things differently too. I feel better reading a personal experience on here. 

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9 hours ago, CharlieH said:

As stated its not a particularly busy office these days, get it from the horses mouth is always better than "he said she said "etc.

 

They move the goalposts all the time even if the info is given from the 'horses mouth'.

 

Example - other day i submitted all my paperwork for marraige extension and got 'under consideration' stamp, it was mentioned there would be a house visit but only mentioned a couple hours before visit i'd require PYB to be present.

 

Note - they've cancelled visit twice already.

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