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BANGKOK 26 March 2019 13:26
Jonathan Fairfield

Thai immigration reveals new requirements for retirement, marriage extensions (visas)

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1 minute ago, JLCrab said:

At this point I would presume the word "transfer" indicates an international transaction and not from domestic KrungThai Bank to domestic Kasikorn bank

It does should read international transfer 

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4 minutes ago, Groodman said:

The 40000/65000 Baht has to be from a pension so rental income or over income from the UK cannot be counted. I hope I am wrong in my understanding.

That is how I read the clause. Foreign income requires evidence from embassy consulate.

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19 minutes ago, Pattaya46 said:
21 minutes ago, sfokevin said:

Why is the word “Pension” used in the translation so much?... Would not any source of income from a foreign source being shown transferred to a Thai bank be accepted?

Maybe because Pension is the only (?) revenue that is 100% guaranteed for the coming year ?

It may also be IMM's antidote to merry-go-round-itis

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