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  1. Let me guess, they’ll burn it instead of selling it to a medical marijuana place?
  2. Yes there is, the only thing I don’t understand is the “multiple non-immigrant visas” line in the first bullet point below. Does this refer to a multiple entry non-immigrant visa or having actually more than one non-immigrant visa at a time? I mean how would that even be possible? In order to apply to become a Thai Permanent Resident, you must meet the following criteria: You must have had a Thai non-immigrant visa for at least three years prior to the submission of your application. Holders of multiple NON-Immigrant visas can not apply. You must have 3 consecutive yearly ex
  3. Well, it’s been brought to my attention that it’s only 3 years - not five and I got the information from my friend who does have a permanent residency and he’s married to a Thai woman. I don’t think they based in on being married to her, though. He’s been working in Thailand from 2002 until last year when he retired. He was the managing director of a British company. And there’s very much a way to permanent residency: In order to apply to become a Thai Permanent Resident, you must meet the following criteria: You must have had a Thai non-immigrant visa for at least t
  4. It’s definitely doable, even inclusive rent if you were to rent a room in one of those really effed up apartment blocks that charge 1500 Baht a month, but it wouldn’t be fun! You’d merely exist!
  5. I guess it all depends on how much beer you really need. If you sell huge quantities every day then kegs would make sense. If it’s not that much then bottles will be better because beer in bottles can be kept considerably longer than beer kept in kegs that have been opened. Also, a case of beer ways a lot less than a 50 liter aluminium keg and is therefore easier to handle. Then there’s the matter of preference. Just because tap beer is common/popular in the west doesn’t mean it has to be popular anywhere else in the world, too. Take carbonated water for example, it’s huge in the we
  6. My friend was still working when he applied for it, but he has since retired and he still has his permanent residency.
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