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Australian Income Stat Decs for Visas Change

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This was pointed out to me by BM david555

 

I know that some Australians rely on stat decs to prove their incomes for Visa extensions and the like. I also know that they have been lax in verifying the claimed incomes. However, it appears that the embassy now requires evidence of you income before they will sign the stat dec.

 

The following was posted on the Honorary Consul in Chiang Mai's Facebook page:

 

Australians – Please Take Note

Changes to Obtaining an Income Statutory Declaration

 

Many Australians use Notarial services of the Embassy Consular team in Bangkok or the bimonthly Outreach Program to Chiang Mai to complete documentation for their annual Thai Visa renewals.

 

The Australian Embassy has advised that if you complete and are signing a Statutory Declaration claiming a monthly income amount in support of a retirement or other Visa, you must now provide proof of that income such as a bank, Superannuation or Centrelink statement to Consular staff.

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thanks for the info

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