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1 hour ago, Gweiloman said:


I’m willing to bet that they will have no problems with immigration whatsoever as they are coming for a holiday and not to stay long term


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I don't know what is long term but I think someone defined earlier that if you stay 6 months at a time you can't be a tourist.

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If you arrive in the UK holding a valid visa you must still be able to:

'satisfy an Immigration officer of your intentions'. 

 

That is straight from the book. And it is the same for every nation in the world as far as I am aware. Like it or not the IO always has the last say. Often there are things that become apparent to an experienced IO that would not be noticed by an embassy or consulate clerk.

 

Not nice to be refused but the outrage at the Embassy is a little OTT.

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1 hour ago, baboon said:

I would politely suggest you pay this poster no further heed, like the rest of us.

"...pay this poster no further heed, like the rest of us".

I think you mean "like I do", not "like the rest of us"

 

Terrible when someone has a different opinion to your own, isn't it?  And when rationality is added to the mix, well maybe the best thing, or the only thing, you could do is ignore my comments.  I'm sure that I'll get over it...somehow.

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@Just Weird You spend your life on TVF, I guess you can guide me...

What visa do I have to apply for if I want to stay longer than 6 months (I'm 35 years old)? ED? (I don't want to study) Volunteer? (I have other things to do), Marriage Visa? (No, thank you), Retired Visa? (I can't apply for it due to my age), Elite Visa? (What a joke, the most expensive visa on the world, and if one day the government decide that enough is enough and cancel the visa of every holders, you can't say anything and you can't ask your money back). So... waiting your answer!
 

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8 minutes ago, falette said:

@Just Weird You spend your life on TVF, I guess you can guide me...

What visa do I have to apply for if I want to stay longer than 6 months (I'm 35 years old)? ED? (I don't want to study) Volunteer? (I have other things to do), Marriage Visa? (No, thank you), Retired Visa? (I can't apply for it due to my age), Elite Visa? (What a joke, the most expensive visa on the world, and if one day the government decide that enough is enough and cancel the visa of every holders, you can't say anything and you can't ask your money back). So... waiting your answer!
 

Trust a visa on arrival does the trick. Then commit a crime and voila - more than 6 month - easy - free of any charges at the hospitality of the Thai justice system. 😎

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5 hours ago, Just Weird said:

No, that is not the "END OF STORY"!  Even when you shout it!

 

Do you have that same attitude to your own country's IOs, that anyone with a visa should be let in regardless of how they may not be going by the rules?  Sure, you don't, so why apply that standard here?

 

What are the rules? 

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Inflammatory remark and off topic removed.

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12 hours ago, brianj1964 said:

The consulate gets the decision from the Embassy, the Glasgow consulate told me they needed permission from London to issue a non-imm O

For a non O, they can give tourist visas themselves and that is what we are talking about. People who live here on tourist visas. People who get a proper visa don't have an issue.

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8 hours ago, falette said:

@Just Weird You spend your life on TVF, I guess you can guide me...

What visa do I have to apply for if I want to stay longer than 6 months (I'm 35 years old)? ED? (I don't want to study) Volunteer? (I have other things to do), Marriage Visa? (No, thank you), Retired Visa? (I can't apply for it due to my age), Elite Visa? (What a joke, the most expensive visa on the world, and if one day the government decide that enough is enough and cancel the visa of every holders, you can't say anything and you can't ask your money back). So... waiting your answer!
 

Since when elite is the most expansive visa in the world ?

 

tru getting long term visa to any country without a job or investment and let me know how it goes. 
 

elite has been available for almost 2 decades , and when they did stop it or restructured it all previously 

issued one were valid and still remain valid .

 

just because you can not afford it , it does non mean it’s the most expansive visa or can be cancelled at any time .

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I've lived here a long time and 'logic' is something not worth trying to understand, because there is none.

 

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12 hours ago, falette said:

@Just Weird You spend your life on TVF, I guess you can guide me...

What visa do I have to apply for if I want to stay longer than 6 months (I'm 35 years old)? ED? (I don't want to study) Volunteer? (I have other things to do), Marriage Visa? (No, thank you), Retired Visa? (I can't apply for it due to my age), Elite Visa? (What a joke, the most expensive visa on the world, and if one day the government decide that enough is enough and cancel the visa of every holders, you can't say anything and you can't ask your money back). So... waiting your answer!
 

No, I spend very little of my life on here but to know how often I am here you must be here just as much.

 

I'm not in the position to recommend visa solutions to anyone, as you sarcastically suggest, neither have I claimed there is a visa solution for those who want to spend long periods here; why not ask the IB?  What I have said is don't try to live here on a Tourist visa, it will jump up and bite you sooner or later as a few people have found out and then they whinge about it.

 

If you choose to live long-term in a country that doesn't easily cater for your choice, that is your problem not Thailand's!  Thailand's job is not to find visa solutions for the self-imposed issues of 0.001% of visitors.

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