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Im sure this have been asked for many times, but anyone who could explain straight forward for me. I have documentation on my salery. 

 

If can, can I do it in Hua Hin, ?

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13 minutes ago, Tagged said:

Embassy documentation of my income. 

That makes it easy and is shown on the list. The option of transfers if you didn't have proof from your embassy is not shown is why I asked.

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

That makes it easy and is shown on the list. The option of transfers if you didn't have proof from your embassy is not shown is why I asked.

I have transfered alot more than requirement, but not sure if I did every month the required amount (monthly)

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14 minutes ago, Tagged said:

I have transfered alot more than requirement, but not sure if I did every month the required amount (monthly)

You do not need proof of the transfers if you have proof of your income from you embassy.

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20 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You do not need proof of the transfers if you have proof of your income from you embassy.

Yes I know, but still, it correct you need minimum 65 000 a month transfer? Not 1 mill one transfer , right? 

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36 minutes ago, Tagged said:

Yes I know, but still, it correct you need minimum 65 000 a month transfer? Not 1 mill one transfer , right? 

The 65 baht proof is still required but not the 800k baht in a bank.

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16 hours ago, Tagged said:

Yes I know, but still, it correct you need minimum 65 000 a month transfer? Not 1 mill one transfer , right? 

You don't need to transfer 65k monthly. Your income letter from your embassy shows that your pension is at least 65k/month. You can transfer 45k/month to your bank account if you want. It's up to you. 

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I understand that, my question was, If I was to use bank transfer, it need to bee 65k every month, snd not 3 x 300k a year? 
 

I I transfered alot mor than the monthly required, but as said not monthly.

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18 minutes ago, Tagged said:

I understand that, my question was, If I was to use bank transfer, it need to bee 65k every month, snd not 3 x 300k a year? 
 

I I transfered alot mor than the monthly required, but as said not monthly.

Per month needed.

Cannot as you suggest 3x300k if using monthly income method.

However if you have embassy letter you don't need show any transfers.

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7 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

Per month needed.

Cannot as you suggest 3x300k if using monthly income method.

However if you have embassy letter you don't need show any transfers.

Thank you, rules understood 😁

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7 hours ago, Tagged said:

I understand that, my question was, If I was to use bank transfer, it need to bee 65k every month, snd not 3 x 300k a year? 
 

I I transfered alot mor than the monthly required, but as said not monthly.

My country elimanted the Embassy letters. I was rejected because one month was one day late due to Bangkok Bank

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8 hours ago, Tagged said:

I understand that, my question was, If I was to use bank transfer, it need to bee 65k every month, snd not 3 x 300k a year? 
 

I I transfered alot mor than the monthly required, but as said not monthly.

When using an income letter from an embassy, you don't need to think about monthly transfers. You can transfer any amount you want. Only people from the US,UK and Australia must transfer at least 65k monthly,because their embassies stopped issuing income letters January 1 2019. Understand? 

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