Just checking here to make sure I am not confused.
I got a Non-O visa in Hanoi on 13 Oct. 2016
I got my extension in Chiang Rai on 14 Dec. 2016 and it states that my extension is good until 14 Jan. 2018. (I got the extension early because I was leaving Thailand for a while.) For me it was important to know that the extension is good for one year, as I initially thought it was the Non-O being good for a year.
SO, I believe that means I have to show the proper money in the bank no later than 14 Oct. 2017.
Am I correct here?
I receive retirement benefits from the Japanese government at the US govt. totaling about $1,000 per month. (A bit more actually.)
That means (I believe) that I will need to show about B360,000 in my bank account by Oct. 14, 2017 I will show B400,000 to be safe.
$1,000 x 35 = B35,000. 65,000 - 35,000 = 30,000 per month needing to be shown. 30,000 x 12 months = B360,000.
I am a US citizen, and my income affidavit cannot be made more than six months prior to my new extension, which means July 14, 2017 the earliest.
When swearing to my income I believe I do NOT need to show actual documents from the US and Japanese governments.
Is that correct?
Should I bring document anyway?
As always, thanks in advance!!