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Posts tagged with ‘retire in thailand’

  • Lasting Power of Attorney

    By admin_thai on February 13, 2020
    A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is something that we should all consider regardless of our age. It means that we allow a “trusted person” to take over our affairs if we are unable to do so, for example, if we were seriously ill or involved in an accident. For British expats living in Thailand on a Thai Retirement Visa, it […]
  • Is Pattaya a Good Place to Retire?

    By admin_thai on August 14, 2019
    We have seen in the news recently that the Thai Retirement Visa is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain. Indeed, this is certainly true as you can no longer use the pension income letter that was issued from the British Embassy in Bangkok. There are now only 2 routes to meet the financial requirements, keep THB800,000 in a Thai bank account, […]
  • What is the Thailand Elite Visa?

    By admin_thai on August 7, 2019
    It is becoming increasingly difficult to get a long-term visa in Thailand so many people are investigating what options are available to them. One such visa is the Thailand Elite Visa which was introduced back in 2003. The visa is very much in keeping with Thailand’s policy of attracting “quality” foreign visitors and is designed to encourage people with money […]
  • Health Insurance Required by All Foreigners aged Over 50 Living in Thailand

    By admin_thai on May 28, 2019
    Health Insurance Required by All Foreigners aged Over 50 Living in Thailand from July 2019. All foreigners who are aged over 50 and living in Thailand on a long-term O/A visa will be required to have private medical insurance. However, how the new guidelines will be enforced is something that is currently being discussed on all levels. Health Insurance Required […]
  • Visa Runner Thailand

    By Paul Aslett on August 2, 2014
    Thailand Immigration – announced a crackdown on all foreign tourist who they see are classed as  ‘visa runners’ these are foreign nationals who enter & exit the country regularly. Many ex-pats are drawn to Thailand to live & work some have work permits or are perhaps on retirement visas & live perfectly legally in Thailand. Then we have other x-pats […]