PLEASE can we have some experiences November 2019 onward from Elderly 75+ Single EX Pats who have been to their Immigration Office to renew an Extension for a further 12 months based on Retirement only.
Who in the past have renewed their Extensions for Retirement many times using the 800,00 Baht type Methods. Since leaving their Home Countries with an O-A Visa which of course is now expired. But now because of their age have been unable to get the MEDICAL INSURANCE.
What results did
It's just my opinion but I don't think thai authorities will also require health-insurance for Non Imm O - retirement Visas anytime soon (and even less likely for Non Imm O - marriage type Visas). And if they do it will not be done in the incommunicado bulldozer way they mishandled the present debacle.
A couple of reasons for my optimism in this matter:
The introduction of heatlh-insurance for Non Imm OA - retirement Visas, was a pilot-project, which implies that an evaluation will