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7 minutes ago, AYJAYDEE said:

and thats what he said. people are using the word renewal improperly.

Do you renew your Passport when it expires?

When a Visa expires you ----- it.

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Just now, Tanoshi said:

Do you renew your Passport when it expires?

When a Visa expires you ----- it.

 

I apply for a new passport, to replace the old one that has expired.

 

Kind of like one would do with an expired O-A visa.

 

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50 minutes ago, bert bloggs said:

I love guys like you ,"why dont you go back",well do you want the full list ,wife of 20 years ,son ,house ,car .furniture , etc etc ,my life is here and if i could get govt ins at my age with no restrictions i would get it ,but we cant ,so please stop with the "holier than though attitude" i will not run away if i have to go to hospital ,i have been many times ( nothing serius) and paid and if i do have a serious illness i will pay with my own cash at a govt hospital , so why waste 60 or70k a year on a policy that will never pay out?

If you get cancer it will cost much more than your "wasted 70k". And if you have Severe problems after treatment your money might not cover the expenses. 

Did you have a health insurance in UK? 

So there is no reason to deny in Thailand. 

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1 minute ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

 

I apply for a new passport, to replace the old one that has expired.

 

Kind of like one would do with an expired O-A visa.

 

Exactly, you obtain a new one, which some would call a renewal.

'Replace' would have been a better choice of wording though.

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1 minute ago, sawadee1947 said:

Did you have a health insurance in UK? 

The National Health Service covers all British citizens or those with permanent residency.

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57 minutes ago, bert bloggs said:

I love guys like you ,"why dont you go back",well do you want the full list ,wife of 20 years ,son ,house ,car .furniture , etc etc ,my life is here and if i could get govt ins at my age with no restrictions i would get it ,but we cant ,so please stop with the "holier than though attitude" i will not run away if i have to go to hospital ,i have been many times ( nothing serius) and paid and if i do have a serious illness i will pay with my own cash at a govt hospital , so why waste 60 or70k a year on a policy that will never pay out?

wifeof 20 years ,son ,house ,car .furniture , etc etc ,my life is here and if i could get govt ins at my age with no restrictions i would get it ,

 

Well, I can't see any reason for you  not to go back. 

House, car, furniture is easy to sell. And your son will be happy to get a proper education finally. 

And as you can read there is an offer for health insurance even in old age. It's not more than 2000 pounds a year. 

I hope instantly that the govt will implement a health insurance as necessary if applying for visa/extension.

 

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9 minutes ago, Tanoshi said:

The National Health Service covers all British citizens or those with permanent residency.

I know. Therefore I recommend everybody who is complaining and argueing to go back under the wings of NHS. 

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10 minutes ago, sawadee1947 said:

I know. Therefore I recommend everybody who is complaining and argueing to go back under the wings of NHS. 

so youre encouraging them to leave their families behind??

 

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2 minutes ago, AYJAYDEE said:

so youre encouraging them to leave their families behind??

 

Where did I say that? 

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8 hours ago, 9a9a said:

Sorry if this has already been covered but I keep hearing conflicting stories. Will people on marriage or retirement extensions require health insurance when they renew their extension. Thanks.

 

 Conflicting stories ,   just about sums it up ..??

    Live in hope , good luck.

 

 

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Just now, sawadee1947 said:

Where did I say that? 

I asked you if you did. Hence the use of a "?". And if you didnt, what is your suggestion for their families?

 

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Just now, AYJAYDEE said:

I asked you if you did. Hence the use of a "?". And if you didnt, what is your suggestion for their families?

 

If you have to go back you can do it with your dependants (wife, children) 

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17 minutes ago, sawadee1947 said:

I know. Therefore I recommend everybody who is complaining and argueing to go back under the wings of NHS. 

 

 Our beloved homeland .  Surely somebody there , misses me and wants me to come home .?

     Just maybe , doubt it , so sad ..

 

 

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1 minute ago, sawadee1947 said:

If you have to go back you can do it with your dependants (wife, children) 

a lot easier said than done.

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6 minutes ago, AYJAYDEE said:

I asked you if you did. Hence the use of a "?". And if you didnt, what is your suggestion for their families?

 

If you go back to UK, the whole family is covered by NHS, which will save you 2000 pounds /year at least 

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