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How do I prove the balance of 500,000 baht in six months?

I am living in Korea. I have 500,000baht now. But,I have no account balance of 500,000 baht in six months.

To apply for a tourist visa, I need a certificate of 500,000 baht maintained for six months.

However, there is no way to prove the balance for six months in Korea. It is too absurd to prove 500,000 baht to stay in Thailand for about 60 days.

How do you think I use 500,000 baht in Thailand for two months?

It's crazy.

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11 minutes ago, Xavi said:

How do I prove the balance of 500,000 baht in six months?

Get a bank statement In six months time!

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Do you mean you have had 500k baht in a bank for 6 months but cannot prove it in Korea?

All you need is a bank statement from any bank or banks to prove the 500k baht.

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15 minutes ago, ukrules said:

You're making a common mistake, this rule it not there to help you come to Thailand, it's to discourage you from coming to Thailand.

uh.... yes :(

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22 minutes ago, thaitero said:

Old statements are asked because some would just borrow the money and transfer back after visa is issued.

 

I think so too

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27 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

Do you mean you have had 500k baht in a bank for 6 months but cannot prove it in Korea?

All you need is a bank statement from any bank or banks to prove the 500k baht.

The bank says that there is no certificate that can prove the balance for 6 months, and there is a certificate that can only prove the balance of the current deposit

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7 minutes ago, Xavi said:

The bank says that there is no certificate that can prove the balance for 6 months, and there is a certificate that can only prove the balance of the current deposit

Are you trying to say Korean banks do not provide statements going back X-amount of months...like 6 months...like 12 months?  If so, I'm not believing that for one second.

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49 minutes ago, Xavi said:

To apply for a tourist visa, I need a certificate of 500,000 baht maintained for six months.

you could try providing copies of your last six bank statements showing a balance of 500k baht (or equivalent in foreign currency) or more.

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58 minutes ago, Xavi said:

It is too absurd to prove 500,000 baht to stay in Thailand for about 60 days.

I believe it is the Thai government's desire to have "quality" tourists, whether they spend 500K or not. 

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58 minutes ago, Xavi said:

How do you think I use 500,000 baht in Thailand for two months?

Very easily, in my own experience.  That's only THB 8333/day, you'd have to stay in a few days to make it last that long.

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1 hour ago, Xavi said:

The bank says that there is no certificate that can prove the balance for 6 months, and there is a certificate that can only prove the balance of the current deposit

You print out the statement on let's say the 30th September 2020, then again on 31st October, then again on 30th November and so on until you have 6 of them for succesive months.  Each will show the month end balance and probably any transactions throughout the month.  After 6 months you'll have your proof.

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The OP has been given the answer to his question, in plain and simple language that he Winn undoubtedly understand, and this topic is now closed.

 

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