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No non OA visa extensions in Hua Hin because no health Insurance.

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Just now, Mike Teavee said:

so what if you have a Multi-Entry Non-O Visa (based on being over 50) - Is it counted the same as a Single Entry Non-O or a Multi Entry Non-OA 😕

It is a Non-Imm-O. Irrespective of the number of entries. 

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18 hours ago, Haribo said:

One of our clients just came to us from immigration in Hua Hin. The customer is continuously for 4 years with annual extensions of an OA visa in Thailand. He has not received a new extension because he had no health insurance certificate. This means that in Hua Hin even with an extension of an OA visa the proof of insurance must be present. So not only at new exhibitions abroad but also with extensions in Thailand. Can someone from another region confirm or deny this to me? Thanks

My understanding is this only applies to any new Non-Immigrant Visa Class O-A issued after 31 October 2019, perhaps your client should go back to see the IO's at Hua Hin and discuss ?

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13 minutes ago, 4MyEgo said:

My understanding is this only applies to any new Non-Immigrant Visa Class O-A issued after 31 October 2019, perhaps your client should go back to see the IO's at Hua Hin and discuss ?

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all that red highlighting and october 31st is not even on this quoted page!!

 

can you please explain how this relates to "your understanding"?

 

thanks!

 

 

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16 minutes ago, GeorgeCross said:

 

all that red highlighting and october 31st is not even on this quoted page!!

 

can you please explain how this relates to "your understanding"?

 

thanks!

 

 

Your correct, it wasn't on the previous page, glad you raised it, see below

 

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23 minutes ago, GeorgeCross said:

all that red highlighting and october 31st is not even on this quoted page!!

 

can you please explain how this relates to "your understanding"?

 

thanks!

Probably because it's not really relevant, unless you can time travel.

If you apply for an extension from now on, the new rules will apply.

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2 minutes ago, rwill said:

It seems lots of people are still in denial of what is coming.

 

ooh ooh i'll take the bait!!

 

whats coming??!

 

 

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No O-A  need heallthinsurance hmmm

 

and NON O extension dont need hmmmm

 

THE next thing will be the cancelation of all NON O  and NON O MULTI  Visas

 

and this followed byan ADD ON ..for grandaftherd Visas ( i had a nice add on in 2003)

 

..than everybody must apply with o-a , and everybody need special thai nonsens insurance ( 400k for hosiptal haahha 2 days could cost ou this already and a more stupid OPD w 40k)

 

welcome to thailand.........

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, lapamita said:

No O-A  need heallthinsurance hmmm

 

and NON O extension dont need hmmmm

 

THE next thing will be the cancelation of all NON O  and NON O MULTI  Visas

 

and this followed byan ADD ON ..for grandaftherd Visas ( i had a nice add on in 2003)

 

..than everybody must apply with o-a , and everybody need special thai nonsens insurance ( 400k for hosiptal haahha 2 days could cost ou this already and a more stupid OPD w 40k)

 

welcome to thailand.........

 

 

 

Why cancel Non-Os when you can just change the order so Non-O holders also have to get insurance

 

 

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So basically if it applies to OA originally issued before 31 Oct as well they are NOT grandfathering.

 

So you could be on an OA and at an age where the required Thai insurance will not be issued - for now you can leave and get an O and start the process again, but for how long, or how long until the insurance requirement applies to that as well

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20 hours ago, LivinLOS said:

Its easier to ask is there any other region which is not needing insurance for OA extensions. 

So far I dont think we have found one ?? 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Mike Teavee said:

Why cancel Non-Os when you can just change the order so Non-O holders also have to get insurance

 

 

for closing a loop hole

 

i stay on NON o multis since 2004....since my super experience with immi on grandaftherd visa in 2003.....

for me doesnt matter, after 31 yrs thailand.leaving end of february, if me leave its at he end not only me

 

as long bars and fun is here, will still come in the winter for 2 month, to enjoy the best what thailand has to offer,as long as it exist.............

 

 

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This is doing my head in. My visa non 0 visa is about 15 years old....it's in another passport which I no longer have. It was issued abroad but I assume it was a non 0-A.

My current passport only says non 0 on all of the stamps.

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Just now, andre47 said:

Yes, this is a big problem and most insurances will never sign the overseas insurance certificate.

Once again they are asking for something that the body they are demanding supplies it won't supply it. Not even checking if what they are demanding is will actually be provided by the body they demand it be provided by is a new low.

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