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BANGKOK 21 April 2019 23:51
norfolkandchance

Cannot meet the requirement of 65000 or 800000. Options please

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Retirement extension till September

Uk citizen.Italian resident.

180 days in Thailand. 3 visits a year . Duration of 2 months each 

Thanks in advance.

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Perhaps you could do the combination of annual income and money in a Thai bank to reach a total of 800k baht would be possible.

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Posted (edited)

Two TVs per year (one home country and one neighboring country) back-to-back entering land border for the second one will be OK, I think. 

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15 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

Perhaps you could do the combination of annual income and money in a Thai bank to reach a total of 800k baht would be possible.

Sorry Joe. Insufficient funds.

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2 hours ago, SEtonal said:

If you are willing to fly some distance, like to Japan, there might not be as much trouble getting a 60-day tourist visa.

Japan Thai consulates won't do one unless one has residency in Japan.  Maybe Seoul, but not sure how friendly they are - some report getting them there. 

 

2 hours ago, SEtonal said:

Arrive in Thailand with a 60-day tourist visa and extend for another 30 days at Immigration Office.  Then make a land border run in and out of a neighboring country to receive a 30-day visa exempt permission to stay and extend that for another 30 days.  

The problem comes in the next year, when he arrives again, and they may say he "stayed too long last time," because "tourists only spend a week or two."  Never mind a TR-Visa grants 60-days (not 14) and immigration granted extensions; they seem to have permission to break the law and be raging-hypocrites at the same time, blaming "The Farang" for what their own MFA and Immigration Offices did in the past.

 

But, so far, people "snowbirding" in Thailand like this, and entering at the lawless Bangkok Airports with a valid Tourist Visa, have only been interrogated and insulted; I don't recall a case where they actually denied-entry with only 5 months stay in the previous year.  If they began outright denying entry to snowbirds, it would just mean doing both the 1st and 2nd entries at law-abiding land-borders and flying domestic within Thailand - at least, while "law abiding" entry points still exist in the country.

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I just want to know if the 65000 baht/mo is an option to the 800000 baht

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3 hours ago, Ej2562 said:

I just want to know if the 65000 baht/mo is an option to the 800000 baht

Yes, if you can prove the income to the satisfaction of immigration.

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