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Tears and heartbreak as flight ban keeps farang-Thai families apart

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8 hours ago, thaibeachlovers said:
11 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

Thus, my point: If Thai's can enter Thailand to return to their families, why can't foreigners (with families in Thailand).

How many countries would let those Thai families in now? Same same, but different countries. Don't blame Thailand for doing the same as western countries.

If living in a country that will, bring Thai family to your country.

Many. Had my Wife and I been living in the UK, she would be on ILR (or even have British Passport by now).

She would not be rejected entry into the UK. She would however, be told to quarantine at a private residence (i.e. home) or risk a £1000 fine.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Zikomat said:

 So many times on the dating websites the Thai ladies present themselves with the phrase “I need somebody to take care of me”. And the rest ,who don’t use the language like that are just smart enough to hide their true intentions. For absolute most of them farangs are the way to solve their material problems and nothing else.

 Again I ask myself - why don’t we hear anything about farangs’ wives demanding from the government to let their husbands back to the country? Looks like this is a personal problem of those husbands only. The situation would change in minutes if the international money transfer would be prohibited for some reason. 

I've seen those profiles and similar, avoid like the plague. Who would be dumb enough to meet one of those brazen gold diggers, actually plenty of dimwits around still 555

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1 hour ago, Don Mega said:
2 hours ago, HenryC said:

If you don't work in Thailand, you'll never qualify for a PR. 

Most developed countries would recognise having a spouse or dependent in a country grounds for PR.

 

Work in Thailand is a requirement to qualify for a  PR................ I call boo <deleted> on that.

In order to apply to become a Thai Permanent Resident, you must meet the following criteria:

  • You must have had a Thai non-immigrant visa for at least three years prior to the submission of your application. Holders of multiple NON-Immigrant visas can not apply. You must have 3 consecutive yearly extensions in order to qualify.
  • You must be a holder of a non-immigrant visa at the time of submitting your application.
  • You must be able to meet one of these categories to apply for PR status in Thailand:
    • Investment category (minimum 3 – 10 Mil. Baht investment in Thailand)
    • Working/ Business category
    • Support a family or Humanity Reasons category: In this category, you must have a relationship with a Thai citizen or an alien who already posses a residence permit as a husband or wife; father or mother; or a guardian of a Thai child under 20 years of age.
    • Expert / academic category
    • Other categories as determined by Thai Immigration

 

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7 minutes ago, Zikomat said:

 

 Again I ask myself - why don’t we hear anything about farangs’ wives demanding from the government to let their husbands back to the country? Looks like this is a personal problem of those husbands only. The situation would change in minutes if the international money transfer would be prohibited for some reason. 

Oh yes. maybe a real wake up call for some farang's 'stuck' on the outside.

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2 minutes ago, JackThompson said:

Glad mine isn't that way.  Been together for years.  She is more often waiting for me to stop doing something else. 

If one's Thai wife isn't "being a wife," any more, that is sad.  Sometimes these things can be turned-around, though - just need to find things you like doing together.  She may discover the phone is less-fun than a bicycle ride or similar. 
 

 

A woman wanting a man to take care of her?  You mean, like it Always Was before feminist-theory wrecked Western civilization - leading to great misery, especially for the majority of women? 

My wife and I actually like spending time together - can be doing any silly thing - just sitting and chatting, to taking a walk, bike riding, visting some temple or park, etc.

I hope my wife would find another "husband" to support her if I died - but also hope that is a long way off.

Haha!

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confused.

if it is so "heart breaking" to be seperated from ones lovely Thai wife, why travel alone and leave your lovely Thai wife alone? Why just not "integrate" and stay permanent in your new country with your "lovely wife". Why so many farang travel up and down regularly to their "own" country? 

Anyway, if you can travel alone and stay alone in another country volunarely, dont make a problem when you are forced to be seperated a little bit longer. innvenient? sure. heartbreak? gimme a break. you can videochat and transfer money. u r adult, not a little lost baby crying for yr mummy. 

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4 minutes ago, Keyser Soze666 said:
14 minutes ago, Zikomat said:

 

 Again I ask myself - why don’t we hear anything about farangs’ wives demanding from the government to let their husbands back to the country? Looks like this is a personal problem of those husbands only. The situation would change in minutes if the international money transfer would be prohibited for some reason. 

Oh yes. maybe a real wake up call for some farang's 'stuck' on the outside.

Yes, because "petitioning the govt for a redress of greviances" is so common here.  And if they did, who would report on it?  They'd have to drink rat-poison outside of some govt-ministry to make the news.

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2 minutes ago, JackThompson said:

Went out earlier for a couple hours.  Did you miss me?  I have been knocking out some work at the same time as posting here.  Walk and chew-gum much?

Well as log as all is ok in your married bliss, I was just a bit worried about you for a minute. I'm sure you will be spending the rest of the weekend with her rather than posting on here.

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11 hours ago, Simon Snake said:

No-one, including g/fs/spouse et al, like continual conversations where the bulk of the convo is whining and complaining "its not fair blah blah".  They will seek more uplifting/fun alternatives locally.

Which illustrates the type of women you associate with -granted, there's plenty of them.

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