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

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Just now, Enoon said:

 

Average monthly income of 65,000 is required.

 

Thus a single transfer of 780,000 would give an average of 65k per month.

 

Just a technicality of course.

 

 

Where do you see the mention of average in the OP?

 

What I see is repeatedly " every month"

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3 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

We are waiting for an official translation by a translation service to be finished which should be ready tomorrow.

What has been posted is just a basic translation for info only.

That will be helpful, though may not be definitive as noted in my later post

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11 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

OK so those affected by this change need to investigate a monthly transfer service like Transferwise.

 

And or setting up repeating monthly transfers from their bank outside of Thailand where ever it may be.  

 

The exchange rate is something you will have to monitor month to month.

 

 

 

 

OP clearly states "pension". On the face of it only a pension being paid directly into your Thai bank account would cut it.

 

I cannot have my company pension paid into a Thai bank account so that rules me out and many others.

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8 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

We are waiting for an official translation by a translation service to be finished which should be ready tomorrow.

What has been posted is just a basic translation for info only.

Can you provide a link to the original Thai document?

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Just now, ubonjoe said:

It will be done by a translation service.

I have not seen anything issued by immigration in English for many years. The police orders are only issued in Thai. At one time immigration even posted a English version done by law firm.

The local office in Udon Thani does give out leaflets in both English and Thai, so I guess that maybe a local rather than national service.

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