Category: Retirement Visa

retirement-visa-in-paradise

22

Apr2015
What documents do I need for a Retirement Visa at ... Read More
22/04/2015Darren McGarry

21

Jun2014
Getting the right visa for your retirement extension Can I change a 30 day visa on arrival to a retirement visa? is one of the most popular questions we get asked on a daily basis in Thailand and this is normally by clients who come to Thailand and fall in ... Read More
21/06/2014Darren McGarry
Retirement

02

Jun2014
It is a most common question asked by expats in Thailand living and residing or wishing to reside in Thailand in the future. Is a Police check and a medical report needed to obtain a retirement visa in Thailand and the answer is NO to apply for a retirement visa ... Read More
02/06/2014Darren McGarry
retirement-people

12

Mar2014
Getting a retirement visa in Thailand with your western spouse Many foreign couples retire in Thailand every year and it’s important to understand that the retirement visa ... Read More
12/03/2014Darren McGarry
rumors

22

Nov2013
Retirement visa Pattaya rumors In Pattaya rumors are easy to start and one of the biggest we have seen at Key Visa Thailand this week is with regards to the retirement visa were it has been said that if you are working with an income only and no ... Read More
22/11/2013Darren McGarry
Retirement_visa_rumors

13

Nov2013
Retirement visa rumors put to an end During my weekly visit to the Pattaya Expats club this week I was faced with two rumors which I quickly put to bed and answered quickly an it is amazing how rumors in Pattaya spread so quickly which send retirement visa holders ... Read More
13/11/2013Darren McGarry
Retirement

08

Nov2013
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 without an income then the ... Read More
08/11/2013Darren McGarry
permanent-resident

18

Sep2013
For a retirement visa it is fairly common now for people to change from a 30 day visa on arrival to a Non Immigrant visa such as a retirement visa without leaving. This is providing you are 50 years of age or above and have the financial criteria to ... Read More
18/09/2013Darren McGarry
Saving for a retirement visa

18

Sep2013
This is a fairly simple answer, you should keep the funds for your long stay visa in a Thai current bank account, a Thai fixed deposit account or a Foreign currency deposit account. Putting the money in a high interest bond account or similar will cause you problems when you ... Read More
18/09/2013Darren McGarry
Immigration

18

Sep2013
This is not a great problem, when you re-visit the Immigration office make sure your wife has signed the copy of your bank book and also take a signed copy of your marriage certificate and a signed copy of your wife’s identification card, attach them to the copy of the ... Read More
18/09/2013Darren McGarry
 

Find out more about health insurance for expats in Thailand

You have Successfully Subscribed! Please check on your email for confirm Subscribe