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On death of a Thai spouse

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That is indeed the case. When your wife dies you would be able to stay in Thailand till the extension of stay expires, but would than need to find your own reason for staying in Thailand to remain here.

If you have children, that is one option.

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OP, get your drift. There will be a swelling population of 70+ farangs in Thailand, who settled here in the eighties/nineties or even before that, when they were mostly already not so young anymore. Apart from the problem you mentioned, imagine having to go through visa extension procedures (?appear in person) when you are 87.

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If you wife was to die you would have until your current extension ends to sort things out.

if you have children from the marriage you could also change to an extension as the parent of a Thai.

There is a provision in the police order for extensions to apply for an extension outside of the normal requirements also.

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What is the rate of older men outliving their Thai brides ?

Very slim I would imagine. The normal 40-50 age gap being the reason.

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What is the rate of older men outliving their Thai brides ?

Very slim I would imagine. The normal 40-50 age gap being the reason.

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I'm curious, but you mention "if you have children". Would these children need to be minors for a father to be able to stay or would he be able to stay even if the children are over 18?

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I'm curious, but you mention "if you have children". Would these children need to be minors for a father to be able to stay or would he be able to stay even if the children are over 18?

There is no age limit. It is for being the parent of a Thai.

If they were an adult it would be even easier than if they are young because you would not need to prove they are living with you,

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"thai last will and testament is the answer if she owns the property"

In what way is that the answer? The husband still only has 1 year to transfer the property out of his name.

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