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i need a little advice i have a retirement visa and a multi entry permit so i can come and go to the uk as many times as i need in the 12 month i have to go back to the uk for a few weeks to sort a few things out and got a flight in july booked if its not cancelled but i need to know what paperwork i will need to come back to thailand with all this covid 19. will i still need health insurance and fit to fly cert as my health insurance will run out 3 days before i fly back to the uk and was going to get again once i have returned

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thanks for the info i thought about putting the trip off a few month but thats imposible i will just have to play it as it comes or get health insurance before i go back. not looking forward to going and will be back but only 3 weeks and then back to thailand

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Yes I must go in person to sign and have witnessed a few things with house sales and pension so not got a choice but to go in person. Thinking if putting all my stuff here in storage maybe some time before I can get back so it maybe cheaper then paying rent here while I'm not here 

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22 hours ago, malthebluff said:

thanks for the info i thought about putting the trip off a few month but thats imposible i will just have to play it as it comes or get health insurance before i go back. not looking forward to going and will be back but only 3 weeks and then back to thailand

You will probably need a Fit to fly-certificate issued within 72 hours prior to the flight + an insurance covering Covid-19 with a coverage of at least 100,000 USD. Maybe the 14 days quarantine will still be in effect when you come back. No one knows for sure. 

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As per post #8. I have sold houses (AU) etc and did it from Thailand. I took the docs to embassy had my signatures witnessed etc then surface mailed them back to Oz.

Clearly you have looked into it. Just surprised UK different. 

 

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10 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

Just surprised UK different. 

The UK government is renowned for its dogged determination to make life as difficult as is humanly possible for us Brit expats in LOS in a whole variety of ways.

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Posted (edited)
On 5/29/2020 at 2:04 PM, malthebluff said:

thanks for the info i thought about putting the trip off a few month but thats imposible i will just have to play it as it comes or get health insurance before i go back. not looking forward to going and will be back but only 3 weeks and then back to thailand

 

Those are the old requirements and it might not be the same after July 1.

 

I predict that there will be different requirements for countries with different risk i.e. low, mid, high risk.

 

I know some people here don't want to hear this but this is the most likely scenario that will be announced sometimes in late June.

 

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Non-Thais returning to Thailand must have a work permit and permission from the Thai consulate. You will be waiting in the UK until they relax the rules to allow more foreigners to enter.

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