best way for short extension

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Re: best way for short extension

Post by gprit » August 8, 2018, 8:38 am

Have to come to the defence of sometimewoodworker (if he needs one). I understand what he says completely and thank him for his awareness and assistance here. Posts are very clear to me.
When I come to Thailand in the future it would be for 60 days maximum, so won't need long term visa - 60 day extension is fine. Will update what happens after Immigration visit today.

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Re: best way for short extension

Post by sometimewoodworker » August 8, 2018, 10:44 am

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Re: best way for short extension

Post by gprit » August 8, 2018, 11:47 am

Well I eventually have my 60-day extension! Cost 1,900 (although they said 2,000 at first)

On arrival they insisted there was no problem and yesterday's stamp was valid.....took explanation THREE times and going through each stamp with them before they relented. Produced documents as per previous post PLUS they insisted on seeing the Rent agreement, together with copy of owner's blue book and copy owner's ID card (which fortunately I had as they were needed for one year extension).

Lost 1,000 re yesterday as they would not relent and admit their mistake. Will write formal letter of complaint..probably won't get me anywhere but at least will make me feel better.....
thanks again.

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