Unless you have a better idea, what choice do you have other than to ask at immigration? Seems to me some are conjuring up problems that likely don't even exist. The memo makes it perfectly clear what they will accept as proof of income. Again, anyone who has to deviate from what the memo states and/or has "what ifs", immigration is the only place where you're going to get an answer.Dodger wrote:Clarification is still needed and I seriously doubt the immigration office can provide this clarification at this juncture. We'll just have to wait and see.
Whether you do or don't trust the reliability of the answers you get is your own affair.
If anyone has reason to believe they will be unable to comply with the proof of income requirements, thus facing rejection of your visa renewal, then you better start saving up that 800,000 baht . . .