Persons who are married to a Thai (male) national and which fulfill the required criteria
can be eligible for a 1 year extension based on marriage.
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 (If applicable)
Passport size picture
Copy husband ID card
Marriage certificate Koror 2. (Max 180 days old)
Marriage certificate Koror 3
Marriage certificate Koror 22 in case of foreign marriage certificate is used.
Copy birth certificate of any children.
Copy house book of each child address.
Copy Thai husband house book.
If the Thai man is not the owner of the house :
– Copy ID card of the house owner.
– Copy house book of the house owner.
– Copy lease agreement.
Hand drawn map of location of house.
Picture of husband and wife (with children if applicable) in front of the house clearly showing house number.
Picture of husband and wife (with children if applicable) inside the house.
Please create 2 complete sets of supporting documents and take original papers with you for the application.
If extension application is successful the applicant will receive a “Under consideration” stamp and is granted a 1 month extension.
After this 1 month under consideration period the applicant has to return to the immigration office to receive the remaining 11 months in case the application is approved.
Extension application can be submitted within the last 30 days of the current visa/extension.
Both persons (applicant and husband) have to be at the immigration in person during the application process.
If this is the first time extension an Thai witness will be required to attend the applicant.
Please go to room 204 for your marriage extension.
Updated : March 2021
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Immigration officers can ask for any additional information which they deemed necessary to support your application