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Went to the Ubon office today to renew my 1 year retirement visa, two new papers that was not requested last time. Great service and very helpfull staff. 

1. Signed copy of Wife's ID Card - My wife is in Chiang Rai so they called her and sorted it out by phone

2. Signed copy of my Pink ID Card 

 

Now for the 90 day report there is a TM 47 document that needs to be filled out and signed. 

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13 minutes ago, Isan Farang said:

Went to the Ubon office today to renew my 1 year retirement visa, two new papers that was not requested last time. Great service and very helpfull staff. 

1. Signed copy of Wife's ID Card - My wife is in Chiang Rai so they called her and sorted it out by phone

2. Signed copy of my Pink ID Card 

 

Now for the 90 day report there is a TM 47 document that needs to be filled out and signed. 

What Changwat are you in? Who has to sign these documents?

I ask this because it's different in each Changwat. 

Maybe still don't need this in Kalasin Changwat.

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Just now, carlyai said:

What Changwat are you in? Who has to sign these documents?

I ask this because it's different in each Changwat. 

Maybe still don't need this in Kalasin Changwat.

Sorry, missed Ubon. 🙂

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21 minutes ago, Isan Farang said:

Now for the 90 day report there is a TM 47 document that needs to be filled out and signed.

This is the "old style" method.

Probably back due to their IT system down (like online reporting).

Similar report from Jomtien/Pattaya.

TM47 always existed but since long many offices did not need it anymore. Scanning passport with their reading device was enough.

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Just now, KannikaP said:

So what if you are unmarried, and do not have a Pink Card?

They ask for what they can get :smile:

For retirement not mandatory of course.

In my first years I had my wife with me and they collected photocopies of her documents.

Since long I go alone and no more asking about it.

Why they ask for documents when wife absent? No idea.

 

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8 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

this items are not required for a retirement extension of stay. 

 

are you renewing a marriage visa? 

 

I already stated its for Retirement nothing to do with marriage. It started as from today.

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1 minute ago, ubonjoe said:

If you are living in your wife's house they can ask for copies her ID card and house book registry for proof of where you are living.

It was never asked for before, they told me its a new requirement. Only the ID card copy is required

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3 hours ago, Isan Farang said:

It was never asked for before, they told me its a new requirement. Only the ID card copy is required

I think you are applying for a 12 month extension and not a Visa.

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4 minutes ago, fishtank said:

I think you are applying for a 12 month extension and not a Visa.

 

The lady boss told me its a 1 year retirement visa when i asked for a 1 year extention. Not fussed what she wants to call it as the staff are top notch

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There was a similar thread a month or so ago, where someone was also asked for a pink card.

The other report as dismissed as a rogue IO etc, but now a 2nd report

I wonder if this is maybe a sign of things to come.

 

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41 minutes ago, Peterw42 said:

There was a similar thread a month or so ago, where someone was also asked for a pink card.

The other report as dismissed as a rogue IO etc, but now a 2nd report

I wonder if this is maybe a sign of things to come.

 

 

Previously i made a copy of the yellow book and that was enough, but today they insisted they need the card. I have had this card a long time and this is the first time its been used. No big issue as if you have the book the card is part of the package.

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