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Question - re: O visa extension

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I have a yearlong O Visa (marriage subclass not retirement) and it expires next month. I am meant to be leaving the country a couple weeks after it expires anyhow for a family event, so it makes no sense for me to leave the country to get a new O Visa then leave again a week later. Would prefer to kill both birds with one stone if possible.

 

so - is there any way to apply for an extension of the O Visa to move back my leaving date by a few weeks? I know you can do it in Jomtien for a tourist Visa but not sure of the process for an O Visa.

 

Other option of course would be to pay the 500 baht a day overstay but leery of that in case they put any sort of black mark by my name for future travels

 

anyone with any first hand knowledge on this?

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Misread.

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Marriage Visa extension takes 1 month to come back. You can get a permission to leave Thailand at same time.

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When would you be returning to Thailand? This would dictate whether a 12 month extension of stay is a viable option. I have never heard of someone get an extension for only a couple of weeks. If I am reading it correctly the Visa that you have allows 90 day stays. A number of years ago they used to stamp mine indicating that the stays could not be extended.

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