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8 hours ago, Sujo said:

You arent the only one wanting out of the US. record numbers giving up citizenship.

 

https://news.yahoo.com/ve-had-enough-everything-record-165829411.html

5,816 people gave up US citizenship out of 330,000,000

 

Thai's living in the USA? ~300,319

 

How many more Thai's trying to get into the US?

 

Seems many Thai's are actually able to afford live in the USA more than many US citizens that grew up here

 

Why is that?

 

 

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West Virginia is pretty cheap and a lot like Isaan   You should feel right at home there

Of course! All the rioting and looting will suddenly stop and COVID will magically disappear.  Dream on.

It won’t be a dumpster fire when Biden enters the White House!

1 minute ago, Bill97 said:

I have a number of good friends that work for the government that I have known for over 20 years.

 

Names, what an absurd request.

I bet they sing and dance and kum ba ya you live in Thailand right?

 

 

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Ukraine is also open, with no quarantine if you take a test after arrival.

 

But the virus situation isn't stable and there's a risk of return to a lockdown of sorts.

 

Winters will be cold, if this is for long-stay.

 

Don't neglect looking into how easily you can stay for months on end. Ukraine, for example, is difficult if you want more than 90 days at a stretch.

 

 

 

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17 hours ago, Jingthing said:

My two main potential alternatives to Thailand are Mexico and Colombia. 

 

But both have bad Covid-19 rates especially Mexico. 

 

Colombia is closed to new Americans. 

 

So now only Mexico might work. 

 

News today is that the USA is considering banning some US citizens from returning from Mexico. 

Yes sounds unconstitutional. 

 

Other options are Cambodia and post Covid the Philippines.

 

Repatriating is the last resort. 

Id consider Cambodia as wait on LOS status....worried about that 2000usd deposit thing...

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16 hours ago, Mama Noodle said:

When you get old, how do you plan on taking car of the family you made?

Is just me..solo..free agent....still figuring it out....in this chaotic world where it changes on a dime

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10 hours ago, bwpage3 said:

If you are doing seasonal work, then living in Thailand, you don't have enough money to even think about living there.

Where are you staying when you come back to the US? Some family for free?

Seems you have nothing in the US and nothing in Thailand to call your own.

Sooner or later, it will catch up with you.

I sometimes sleep in my car as I bought a wagon to do so..or use and airbnb, or im housesitting now...

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1 hour ago, ChakaKhan said:

Is just me..solo..free agent....still figuring it out....in this chaotic world where it changes on a dime

Remember that there isn’t any Medicare/Medicaid in Thailand for foreigners and once you get old, insurers will not cover you. 

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1 hour ago, Mama Noodle said:

Remember that there isn’t any Medicare/Medicaid in Thailand for foreigners and once you get old, insurers will not cover you. 

Not sure Id retire there, just been using it for the past decade as a place to stretch my dollars

 

Im sure I can bag some old isaan granny on Loy Kroh to bathe me with a hose due to my hansum-ness 🙂

 

The way things are now in the states Im just trying to get out alive...Welcome to the Hunger Games .....

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22 hours ago, ChakaKhan said:

Trying to get out from the Trump Dumpster fire..not deeper into it...and I dont drink mountain dew..or meth

Actually NYC has been destroyed by Deblasio and his looters.

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As for the $2,000 you mention regarding Cambodia:

 

Apparently lots of others have been through this, and felt that taking the chance (whatever that entails) is worth it.  If you had to forfeit that amount or more, would you still make the move?  Keep in mind that no matter where you go, there will be costs involved, and relocating to some countries could very well cost more than $2,000 in all kinds of unexpected expenses.  It's a sum of money that none of us cares to lose, but, all in all, it's not a ridiculously unaffordable amount to part with, if it should come to that.

 

At this time, Thailand requires 800,000 baht in the bank or a steady monthly income of 65,000 baht.  Coming up with and stashing $27,000 in a Thai bank is a bit more oppressive. 

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10 minutes ago, MrBrad said:

As for the $2,000 you mention regarding Cambodia:

 

Apparently lots of others have been through this, and felt that taking the chance (whatever that entails) is worth it.  If you had to forfeit that amount or more, would you still make the move?  Keep in mind that no matter where you go, there will be costs involved, and relocating to some countries could very well cost more than $2,000 in all kinds of unexpected expenses.  It's a sum of money that none of us cares to lose, but, all in all, it's not a ridiculously unaffordable amount to part with, if it should come to that.

 

At this time, Thailand requires 800,000 baht in the bank or a steady monthly income of 65,000 baht.  Coming up with and stashing $27,000 in a Thai bank is a bit more oppressive. 

Any links of those that have done the cambodia thing for 3000-2000? Is a close alternative and cost to LOS?

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13 hours ago, bwpage3 said:

Foiled by your own decisions.

F *** are you on about?  Grow up.  Better yet, relax.  Go take a walk, let the adults talk.

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