In case a foreigner has sole custody over a Thai child (20 years old or younger) he/she can apply for a custodian extension.
Valid Non-O visa ( without overstay ) or valid extension.
Up to date address registration.
Completely filled in TM 7 form.
Copies from following passport pages:
All extensions from last Non-O visa or transfer stamp to new passport. (If applicable)
Last entry stamp
TM6 departure card
Passport size picture.
Copy of principle passports details page and latest extension page.
Copy birth certificate in Thai or English. ( if applicable )
Copy marriage certificate in Thai or English. ( if applicable )
If certificate is translated into English this translation has to authorized by the relevant embassy.
Papers confirming sole custody over Thai child. (birth certificate alone is not enough)
Those confirmation papers can be obtained via Thai court or your local Amphur.
Proof of financial status either:
Letter from Embassy/Consul Certifying over THB 40000 month. (Max 6 months old),
Supporting documents of the income may be requested by the immigration officer.
Copy bank book name page.
Signed and stamped bank letter AND Signed and stamped bank statement showing the money ( Minimum THB 400.000 ) for at least 7 days. (Max 7 days old)
Copy updated Thai bank (saving account only) book name page and last 7 days transactions.
Please make sure that all papers have the same balance mentioned
Copy mothers house book.
Copy baby house book.
Picture of the father with the child / children in front of the house with the house number visible
Picture of the father with the child / children inside the house.
Please create 2 complete sets of supporting documents and take original papers with you for the application.
Extension application can be submitted within the last 30 days of the current visa/extension.
Please go to room 204 for your extension.
Updated : Feb 2020
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Immigration officers can ask for any additional information which they deemed necessary to support your application