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  1. Hi All, We (Thai wife + two kids) are moving from the UK to Thailand next week. We had a verbal agreement with a nice rental in Kalasin, but unfortunately this just fell through as they rented it out to a Thai lady and couldn't wait for us (that's life I guess). We are looking for a nice rental (preferably with at least 4 bedrooms) in the area of Somdet, Kalasin, Lamprao. Price range up to 15k per month. I have checked online, but cannot find anything at all. How does one go about in finding a house. Help is greatly appreciated!!!
  2. I will ask him for a written advise. Might not be a bad one. Although, looking at the conflicted information I receive from everyone, I doubt he might do it. As for my questions; As someone who knows something about it. What would be the solution in my case? always thought the Pyhysical presense test is only used by the US to determine if someone can be liable for tax in their home country (I have lived in the states for 6 years). Due to my work, I will be travelling and out of Thailand somewhere between 30 -45 days... I would fail the Physical Presense test, however my domicile will be probably be in Thailand....
  3. "he will put in writing that exempts anyone from needing a work permit". I didn't say this nor did he. How did you jump to that conclusion? Due to the nature of this discussion I will not be putting any personal information on this board. I just google, third result.
  4. I always thought the Pyhysical presense test is only used by the US to determine if someone can be liable for tax in their home country (I have lived in the states for 6 years). Due to my work, I will be travelling and out of Thailand somewhere between 30 -45 days... As someone who knows something about it. What would be the solution in my case?
  5. Hello there, Long time reader of Thai visa throughout the years, but a first time poster :). Situation is as follows; I'm a Dutch national living in the UK with my Thai wife and two kids. We recently came to the conclusion that we weren't happy living here and would like to move back to Thailand (mother of the missus also nearing the end of her life). I'm an IT Freelancer and have several assignments running. One assignment is on a duration of 5 years and give me roughly 2300 pounds per month. Besides this I have other jobs that sometimes give me big lums of cash, but my salary on a monthly basis never drops lower than 2300 net. My wife and I have been married (in Thailand) for 8 years and she is staying in the UK on a EEA resident permit. After reading into it, my understanding is that I would need to apply for a Non-Immigrant O Spouse visa here in the UK, and extend that into a marriage visa in Thailand. Is this correct? Furthermore, there are a lot of conflicting information in regards to obtaining a Non-Immigrants O Spouse visa here in the UK. Do they need to see three months of bank statements? If so how much money does there need to be in the account? Or do they only need to see Income - money coming into my account monthly? A lot of information seems to be about Non-Immigrants O-A, which is not what I want since I'm not over 50. Furthermore, since I invoice clients in The Netherlands, Do I need to pay Tax in Thailand (which I'm willing to do)? I hope someone can point me to the right direction! Thank you in advance :)
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