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.......and what an absolute breeze that was! 3 charming young  gentlemen visited myself and my family this morning. Asked a few questions, signed a few documents and off they went. They

I dont have any money to give them.. 😁

Guess i'll continue to stay at home then watching Sky Sports News in my undies 

4 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Noted.

 

I've got my visit sometime this week and 2000 baht was mentioned whilst at the immigration office last week, i'll see what they say when they rock up.

 

Thx

Hide all your  money tell them not have, write ph 1178 on an A4  and stick it in a prominent place. set up a camera to vid em. Don't  be scammed !

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1 hour ago, Mr Derek said:

Do they make surprise visits, or let you know in advance when they are coming?

 

EDIT: post crossed the one above. okay then.

They phone my missus about an hour or two before, our witnesses have to be present, 

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3 hours ago, UncleMhee said:

While the quote is a fair enough question from the Senior IO; it prompts me to ask this, "Why are you getting house visits on a retirement extension?"

Genuinely interested as it's not something I've heard of before. TIA

Trat do it for both and every year.

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Our immigration visit earlier this year was pleasant enough. However they did let it be known that two coffees and "money for gas" were to be ready when they arrived...

 

They didn't touch the coffee. The 500 baht on the other hand...

 

Before leaving, one of them tried chatting up my wife's sister without much success.

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1 hour ago, Surelynot said:

Mmmmm...the biggest ball ache is having to be there (a very long drive to the back of beyond)........I wonder.....we have gone for a 12 month rent at the moment.....should I change my registered address to this rented address?

I think that it's to late to change once you have applied

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1 hour ago, schondie said:

Thanks for this thread as I'm waiting for my first home visit. I was starting to wonder about how long it'll take and what questions they are likely to ask.

If married they just tend to talk to the missus, they come about 7 days after you apply and stay about 30 min. never asked any awkward questions, generally they ignore me.

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1 hour ago, brianthainess said:

BS You'll need a heap more paperwork for married extension and a work permit. 

You missread this - I was sayiing exactly what you said - dont want a marriage visa due to the extra paperwork required.

 

 

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