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Retirement visa in Thailand

Retirement visa in Thailand

Retirement visa in Thailand financial requirement It is often noticed by the Thai Immigration that people applying for the first time or repeat applications for a retirement visa in Thailand are still making mistakes. If you are working with the 800,000 Thai baht only...
I have just returned from the Immigration office, I was applying for a married to a Thai national visa, they said because I married my Thai wife in Canada I had to get the marriage certificate notarized at my Embassy and then take it to the ministry of foreign affairs in Bangkok to be certified, is his correct?

I have just returned from the Immigration office, I was applying for a married to a Thai national visa, they said because I married my Thai wife in Canada I had to get the marriage certificate notarized at my Embassy and then take it to the ministry of foreign affairs in Bangkok to be certified, is his correct?

It is rare but seems to be the case, for a married to a Thai national one year visa extension if you have married your Thai wife in your own country you have to get it notarized by your Embassy to obviously confirm that it is genuine and then you have to go to the...
Darren, I am 65 years old and live in Thailand on a one year retirement visa every year I show the immigration bureau my funds of 800,000.00 baht in the bank I am currently in the process of bringing my 49 year old American wife to Thailand to live with me I am concerned about her visa can she come to Thailand on the 30 day arrival visa and then convert to a retirement visa as my wife and do I also have to deposit a further 800,000.00 in my Thailand bank to cover her visa, I have heard so many different stories.

Darren, I am 65 years old and live in Thailand on a one year retirement visa every year I show the immigration bureau my funds of 800,000.00 baht in the bank I am currently in the process of bringing my 49 year old American wife to Thailand to live with me I am concerned about her visa can she come to Thailand on the 30 day arrival visa and then convert to a retirement visa as my wife and do I also have to deposit a further 800,000.00 in my Thailand bank to cover her visa, I have heard so many different stories.

It is imperative that your wife comes to Thailand on a 90 day non-immigrant visa because she is not at the age of 50 years she cannot change the visa on arrival 30 days to a non-immigrant visa which is needed to start the process of a retirement visa and it is also...