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BANGKOK 17 June 2019 06:34
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Health insurance mandatory for long-stay foreigners in Thailand

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Visa.....or extensions in county as well?

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does medicare parts a and b work in thailand, does anyone know?

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1 hour ago, gunderhill said:

That's what needs clarifying and then wait for the Immigration officers to just say ALL  non O visas. It does specify NON O-A so you think they'd mean just that one but its  Thailand and  could mean anything

It also says:

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According to Nattawuth, the new rule applies to both new applicants for the non-immigrant visa (O-A), which offers a stay of up to one year, and those wishing to renew their visa. Each renewal is valid for one year.

and that could be interpreted as extending/renewing any visa, not just an O-A.

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5 hours ago, rodknock said:

i am 71 and a couple of quotes were 80,000 to 94,000baht.

this on top of my monthly 65,000baht for immigration

i guess i am <deleted>!!

95,000 monthly premium? Or is that annual?

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I have my 1 yr Thai wife visa due in June from sawañakhet but could not see a date this new law comes into play.

Am I missing something?

 

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