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7 hours ago, weaver93 said:

auf wiedersehn...

Hey, English only on TVF!   PML

 

 

Yes, CLS, read the Forum Rules.

But it was meant tongue in cheek.....who's tongue in who's cheek I do not know!    PML

 

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Perhaps already mentioned in previous posts.

If he was planning 7 year overstay, why not enter visa exempt. 

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2 hours ago, CorpusChristie said:

It has to be you're money, not someone elses 

You need to show immigration that the money come from your bank account abroad as well and it was transferred to Thailand .

   I recall last year, two Indians getting arrested for lending 800 000 Baht for the other to get the visa

Wasn't it one stole the money so the other Indian went tot he police and the stuff hit the fan?

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3 hours ago, herwin1234 said:

 no, but than again, Thais in their new homecountry behave and are positive and integrate. Farang on the other hand are abusive, negative, and insulting their new home country on a daily basis, and behave like the Thais should adapt to them and their superior ideas and attitude, instead of integrating.

so yeah, i can understand why the Thais are not really going for the idea of giving citizenship too easy for the farang...

An HTT member I see.

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24 minutes ago, pineapple01 said:

Read Oldies early posts.😀

I did. Perhaps the next poster of the year?! Great guy!!! I love him. 😍

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Let's hope he can skip over to Cambodia or something like that and live happily ever after. Bummer when good guys get grassed up.

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3 hours ago, CorpusChristie said:

That would be illegal 

Yur avin a larf !

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2 hours ago, Bob A Kneale said:

"It has to be you're money, not someone elses"

It has to be in a bank account in the applicant's name, that's all.

 

"You need to show immigration that the money come from your bank account abroad as well and it was transferred to Thailand".

As far as the lump sum method is concerned, no, you do not have to prove that to IB.

Quite right, I never did.

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7 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

Let's hope he can skip over to Cambodia or something like that and live happily ever after. Bummer when good guys get grassed up.

Yes - Gary Glitter for instance liked it very much - for a while... 😉 But I think nowadays Cambodia is more for gamblers with a lot of money. He does not even look Chinese. Better he goes back to Merkel. She welcomes everyone wherever he comes from. And if he needs Euro - no problem. They print new ones. 

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2 hours ago, CorpusChristie said:

No, you initially have to show the money got transferred into Thailand from abroad .

Maybe not after the first time of renewal, but first time you have to provide the money transfer from abroad code

That would obviously depend on the IO and at which office. I was never asked to prove how my lump sum got into the bank and have never been asked since.

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27 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Perhaps already mentioned in previous posts.

If he was planning 7 year overstay, why not enter visa exempt. 

Probably only decided after his first year 

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