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Hi,

I'm Theresa (beneficiary) from Philippines living and working here in Thailand for 4 years. My visa and work permit here in Thailand will expire on May 31. I'm planning to resign to the school where I work now by the end of the month. I called the Thai immigration office asking if i could extend by visa here in Thailand for a month to be present in the US k-1 visa interview on June 23, 2008. I'm upset because they told me if i will resign to my work and my visa and work permit will expire on May 31, after May 31 I have a week to leave the country. I don't want to sign contract to school where I work now because I am leaving. I am thinking what if i go back to the Philippines or go to Laos then come back here in Thailand for my interview. Am I going to have any problem in US Embassy interview for doing that?...Please advice.. what is the best thing to do.... Me and Darryl were too upset now...

Thank you in advance. May God bless us all.

Theresa

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Hi,

I'm Theresa (beneficiary) from Philippines living and working here in Thailand for 4 years. My visa and work permit here in Thailand will expire on May 31. I'm planning to resign to the school where I work now by the end of the month. I called the Thai immigration office asking if i could extend by visa here in Thailand for a month to be present in the US k-1 visa interview on June 23, 2008. I'm upset because they told me if i will resign to my work and my visa and work permit will expire on May 31, after May 31 I have a week to leave the country. I don't want to sign contract to school where I work now because I am leaving. I am thinking what if i go back to the Philippines or go to Laos then come back here in Thailand for my interview. Am I going to have any problem in US Embassy interview for doing that?...Please advice.. what is the best thing to do.... Me and Darryl were too upset now...

Thank you in advance. May God bless us all.

Theresa

Theresa,

As a Philipino would you be able to at the end of your last week (after resignation) be able to make a visa run (to Laos) and return to Thailand on a one month tourist visa? Look in the bangkok post in the classifieds and call one of the visa run companies if this is possible. There are other possibilities but this is the easiest one I can think of. I DO NOT think that leaving and coming back will affect your US visa chances because I don't think the embassy will really care what your status in Thailand is.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi,

I'm Theresa (beneficiary) from Philippines living and working here in Thailand for 4 years. My visa and work permit here in Thailand will expire on May 31. I'm planning to resign to the school where I work now by the end of the month. I called the Thai immigration office asking if i could extend by visa here in Thailand for a month to be present in the US k-1 visa interview on June 23, 2008. I'm upset because they told me if i will resign to my work and my visa and work permit will expire on May 31, after May 31 I have a week to leave the country. I don't want to sign contract to school where I work now because I am leaving. I am thinking what if i go back to the Philippines or go to Laos then come back here in Thailand for my interview. Am I going to have any problem in US Embassy interview for doing that?...Please advice.. what is the best thing to do.... Me and Darryl were too upset now...

Thank you in advance. May God bless us all.

Theresa

Theresa,

As a Philipino would you be able to at the end of your last week (after resignation) be able to make a visa run (to Laos) and return to Thailand on a one month tourist visa? Look in the bangkok post in the classifieds and call one of the visa run companies if this is possible. There are other possibilities but this is the easiest one I can think of. I DO NOT think that leaving and coming back will affect your US visa chances because I don't think the embassy will really care what your status in Thailand is.

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Thank's for the advice....1 more question..Darryl's affidavit of support is here now he attached only 2006 income tax.He told me he's got the same income since 2005 because he is retired. Does income tax return need to be notarized?because his is stapled with affidavit of support and only his affidavit of support has notarized stamp.

Sorry for keep asking just nervous and excited.

Theresa

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Hi,

I'm Theresa (beneficiary) from Philippines living and working here in Thailand for 4 years. My visa and work permit here in Thailand will expire on May 31. I'm planning to resign to the school where I work now by the end of the month. I called the Thai immigration office asking if i could extend by visa here in Thailand for a month to be present in the US k-1 visa interview on June 23, 2008. I'm upset because they told me if i will resign to my work and my visa and work permit will expire on May 31, after May 31 I have a week to leave the country. I don't want to sign contract to school where I work now because I am leaving. I am thinking what if i go back to the Philippines or go to Laos then come back here in Thailand for my interview. Am I going to have any problem in US Embassy interview for doing that?...Please advice.. what is the best thing to do.... Me and Darryl were too upset now...

Thank you in advance. May God bless us all.

Theresa

Theresa,

As a Philipino would you be able to at the end of your last week (after resignation) be able to make a visa run (to Laos) and return to Thailand on a one month tourist visa? Look in the bangkok post in the classifieds and call one of the visa run companies if this is possible. There are other possibilities but this is the easiest one I can think of. I DO NOT think that leaving and coming back will affect your US visa chances because I don't think the embassy will really care what your status in Thailand is.

Hi,

Thank's for the advice....1 more question..Darryl's affidavit of support is here now he attached only 2006 income tax.He told me he's got the same income since 2005 because he is retired. Does income tax return need to be notarized?because his is stapled with affidavit of support and only his affidavit of support has notarized stamp.

Sorry for keep asking just nervous and excited.

Theresa

I did not have my 2007 taxes finished either and sent a copy of my extension showing what my estimated income was. Have him send you a copy of his extension or even better his 2007 taxes if they are completed. The advice given to me was that they "want" the most recent years tax return. BTW my fiancee just got her visa the other day and had a very pleasant experience during her interview so don't be nervous.

Chok Dee Krup!!

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