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BANGKOK 18 July 2019 17:49

Insurance for retirement visa

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On 5/18/2019 at 10:46 AM, Skallywag said:

Saw this link to thai insurance companies on another thread recently.  https://longstay.tgia.org/

That is actually the site mentioned by the Ministry of Health in its recent announcement.  Six companies are listed in the site.  Pacific Cross (and maybe some others) are less expensive than Bangkok Insurance. 

One of the companies (Navakij) has a truly long and outrageous list of conditions/treatments not covered by their long-stay policy, including:


5. Treatment to relieve symptoms commonly associated with aging.....


Just what you'd hope for from a policy aimed at retirees....  555

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A friend just renewed his retirement visa yesterday and was told by immigration,


 Insurance Requirement: Those holding a Non Immigrant O type visa are exempt from insurance requirement.

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If I recall in the news they were only speaking and writing about O-A visas, so why the need to question IO's about non imm - O type visas?

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