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Posts tagged with ‘Thai partner’

  • What Is A Thai Village Wedding?

    By admin_thai on September 19, 2019
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    A Thai Village Weddings is a common occurrence, especially in Isaan and is the joining of a couple in a common-law marriage although they are not legally married. The event is taken very seriously, and monks and village elders will be present. Both the bride and the groom will dress in traditional attire, and the festivities will last all day, […]
  • Online Thailand visa applications

    By admin_thai on August 16, 2019
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    As of 15 June 2019, all visa applications made to the Thai Embassy in London will need to be initially applied for either online or by post rather than attending the embassy in person. This is intended to streamline the process and make everything more efficient. It should be stressed that the changes do NOT affect the Royal Thai Consulates […]
  • Is My Thai Girlfriend Cheating on Me?

    By admin_thai on August 10, 2019
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    One of the main concerns for any farang who has a Thai girlfriend is whether she is cheating on him. This is a particular worry if they aren’t living in the Kingdom and you have to take their Thai lady’s word for where she is and what she is doing. Of course, anyone can cheat and their nationality has very […]
  • Where to book the A1 English test in Thailand

    By admin_thai on August 4, 2019
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    With an increasing number of UK Expats making the decision to return to the UK, many wish to take their Thai wives and families with them. For a Thai fiancée, Thai wife or Thai partner wishing to live in the UK, the applicant would need to demonstrate that have a sufficient understanding standing of the English language both in terms […]
  • What is the UK Unmarried Partner Visa?

    By admin_thai on August 1, 2019
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    There are many British men living in Thailand with long-term Thai girlfriends or Thai partners but are not legally married. In this instance, the UK Unmarried Partner Visa allows Thai girlfriends to visit or live in the UK with their partner who is a British citizen. The application can be made right here in Thailand and Thai Visa Express can […]
  • Can I sponsor my Thai girlfriend to visit the UK ?

    By admin_thai on July 30, 2019
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    If you have a Thai girlfriend there is a good chance that you will have considered taking her back to the UK to visit friends and family. This all sounds very idyllic but there are some hurdles that you will need to overcome in order to make it a reality. Seeking the correct advice rather than speaking to someone in […]
  • Same-Sex Partner Visa – apply for an unmarried partner visa

    By admin_thai on June 16, 2019
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    If you are living in Thailand, much like any other place in the world, there is the potential to find yourself in a relationship with someone of the same sex, most commonly with a Thai ladyboy. If you are in a serious and subsisting relationship you may wish them to join you in the UK  this visa is often called […]
  • Is the UK Visa Application Process Getting Worse?

    By admin_thai on June 7, 2019
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    Is the UK Visa Application Process Getting Worse? With most applications for a UK visa, extension, settlement or citizenship now being done online or being outsourced, there have been increased concerns about the state of the application process and how inefficient it actually is. Many people, including many Thai girlfriend and Thai wives, have complained about the process stating that […]
  • Your Thai Spouse and UK Immigration’s Appendix FM – What is it?

    By admin_thai on May 18, 2018
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    Something that we are getting asked about with increased regularity in the UK Immigration’s Appendix FM and how effects a visa application To put this in layman’s term, FM relates to family migration and the purpose of the appendix is to clarify the situation for those looking to enter or remain in the UK as they have an established family […]