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    I haven't filled out any form for 90 day report in years. I go in, give them my Passport, they take out the piece of paper they stapled into it from the last report, they then enter stuff on their computer, then they print out another piece of paper that they staple back into my Passport and off I go. The new piece of paper has the date for my next report on it.

    Very simple really as to me it seems as though they are just doing my report for my on line. I could do it myself I suppose but I always like the trip up to Buriram as I can get a burger and visit a friend who lives there. On that note a French guy has just opened a new burger joint in Nang Rong and his burgers as up there with the best I have ever had so maybe I will have to change to online 90day reporting in the future and visit my friend when I feel like it.

    Life is pretty simple when you don't complicate it. By that I mean why give a toss at why the Thai Immigration do anything just follow their rules and give them what they want and move on and enjoy doing what ever it is you are here for.

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    for the past 11yrs.when reporting i have alway's dressed tidy,very polite to officers,so it has alway's been stress free,only 2incidents to note,one was when the bank letter had someone else's acount no.then last yr.a nightmare,iwasnt feeling too good before i went owing to side affects of some meds.given to me,but this new head was a right pillock.
    now i have to book any trip to imm.as i cant drive any more owing to epilepsy i now have to make sure all my ducks are in a row,that is why the wife has always come with me,now aproaching 76 this is one trip i would like to avoid,even if paying up front for the conveinience of not having to go.i remember over 6-8yrs.ago they had done with filling in a TM47 NOT SO..so lets have BJ. back who seems to have some common sense.

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    I did mine today, I would suggest going in to the office 45 days prior to expiry date with all the paper work and proof of income ready to go, as i did, They then made a booking for me to come back when they had an opening (it was 7 days prior to expiry), they wanted more documents, they wanted 3 months of bank statements done on the day of appointment as well as a dep/with done on the day and the Bank letter, they also told me i must bring a Thai National in person with me and a copy of ID card and Tabian Ban, and that the person must know me.I was on a marriage visa since 2012 and changed to retirement in 2014, My original visa is a non imm O, so i DONT need to have medical insurance, if you have a non imm Oa, you will need proof of medical insurance. Hope this helps. (regardless of my particular office, the advice stands, because it changed for me 3 times from the same office over the last 5 years). Hope this helps

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    Which office?

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    The one that apparently opens at 6am.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    The one that apparently opens at 6am.
    Before 6am. It was done and dusted by 6am and posted on TD at 6.02am.

    Quote Originally Posted by deeks View Post
    Got my extension today.
    Last edited by Neverna; 09-01-2021 at 03:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    for the past 11yrs.when reporting i have alway's dressed tidy,very polite to officers,so it has alway's been stress free,only 2incidents to note,one was when the bank letter had someone else's acount no.then last yr.a nightmare,iwasnt feeling too good before i went owing to side affects of some meds.given to me,but this new head was a right pillock.
    now i have to book any trip to imm.as i cant drive any more owing to epilepsy i now have to make sure all my ducks are in a row,that is why the wife has always come with me,now aproaching 76 this is one trip i would like to avoid,even if paying up front for the conveinience of not having to go.i remember over 6-8yrs.ago they had done with filling in a TM47 NOT SO..so lets have BJ. back who seems to have some common sense.
    I've always done immigration visits in person, but thought someone else can do your 90-day reports for you, and know several farangs whose wives or agents do the honours. What have I missed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    but thought someone else can do your 90-day reports for you
    ...for folks living in bkk, 90-day reporting must now be done at Muang Thong Thani...probably old news for many...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    The one that apparently opens at 6am.
    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Before 6am. It was done and dusted by 6am and posted on TD at 6.02am.
    He's special. Two minutes. At 6am.

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    Awarded an extension to stay on this basis:

    extension of stay.-family-extensio-jpg

    The financial requirements are:

    extension of stay.-0-visa-extention-jpg

    When I applied the TIO was adamant that the requirement was the second option:

    "must have THB 400,000 in a THAI Bank".

    When I showed her the official web page and option 18 clause 6 she agreed to check with head office, who confirmed it was valid. To which she added, "That's news to me."

    All the other paperwork was acceptable but she did say, "The decision is up to head office".

    Today, after the standard one months "consideration" period, my passport was stamped with the additional 11 months.

    The Immigration site page is:

    https://www.immigration.go.th/en/?p=14714


    The requirement is 12 months bank statements indicating foreign credits or if income is from Thai sources tax receipts, an annual amount greater than THB 480,000. The 12 months total divided by 12, the average, must be greater than THB 40,000.

    Different to the retirement extension.

    My Thai bank, Bangkok Bank, can only print up to 6 months of statements at the branch on demand. A full 12 months takes 7 days, which should be allowed for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Different to the retirement extension.
    This is nothing new, the requirement for extension based on marriage has always been the 400.000 in a bank account or 40.000 monthly income or a combination of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    This is nothing new
    Not to you or I, but possibly other TD members and to my personal knowledge, the combined staff at two TIOs.

    The difference between them is;

    The retirement extension is a stated monthly minimum.

    The Thai spouse extension is an average of 12 monthly payments. Thus allowing flexibility, if desired.

    You'd be amazed at those who don't agree, quite often wearing Thai government uniforms.

    As for the "combination" method that doesn't appear on the website.
    Last edited by OhOh; 15-01-2021 at 07:54 PM.

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    If anyone knows the answer, out of interest, under a marriage visa requiring proof of 400k/pa, what if the farang has no money and zero income (unlikely) though the wife can certify the required amount in savings or salary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    The Thai spouse extension is an average of 12 monthly payments.
    You can just try to transfer 1baht for 11 month and then 479.989 baht the last month...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    the wife can certify the required amount in savings or salary?
    Not on the list I linked too and was available to me. There are another 34 options. One of which is if your embassy request one on your behalf, option 28.

    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    You can just try to transfer 1baht for 11 month and then 479.989 baht the last month
    You could try. Whether it was acceptable is a judgement "head office" would determine.
    Last edited by OhOh; 15-01-2021 at 09:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    If anyone knows the answer, out of interest, under a marriage visa requiring proof of 400k/pa, what if the farang has no money and zero income (unlikely) though the wife can certify the required amount in savings or salary?
    It's 40k per month or 400k lump sum. If using the lump sum route, the wife transfers 400,000k of her savings into your account no less than 2 months before your application and you give it back to her after you obtain the extension.

    Some immigration offices allow you to withdraw the funds after you get the under consideration stamp, others want to see the cash still sitting there until you get the extension.
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