Re-Entry Premits in Thailand

Re-Entry Permits in Thailand

May 15, 2013 admin 0

You need to have a re-entry permit before you leave Thailand if you have a 12 month retirement visa or a marriage visa. If you have a work permit then you also need to ensure that you have a re-entry Read More

90 Day reporting in Thailand

90 Day reporting in Thailand

May 15, 2013 admin 0

If you have a 12 month marriage visa or you have a work permit in Thailand or a 12 month retirement visa then you need to report to Thai immigration every 90 days to confirm or update your current address. Read More

Moving to Thailand on Marriage Visa

Moving to Thailand on Marriage Visa

May 15, 2013 admin 0

If you are married to a Thai national and wanting to settle in Thailand then we will provide you with the procedures of moving to Thailand after you got married in Thailand. The are time limits on the moving process Read More

Retirement Visa for Thailand

Retirement Visa for Thailand

June 20, 2012 admin 0

Countless US expats have chosen to retire in Thailand. In recent years, the country has become a preferred retirement destination to many. This stems from its low cost of living, tropical climate, world-class medical facilities and of course, low crime Read More

7 Steps to a Thai Marriage Visa

7 Steps to a Thai Marriage Visa

June 20, 2012 admin 0

Acquiring a Thailand marriage visa can be very difficult with all its requirements and sudden changes in immigration policies. But such does not apply to those who know the best practices and methods of obtaining such visa. The following steps Read More

Thailand Visa

Thailand Visa

March 29, 2012 admin 0

If you are considering retirement in Thailand then speak to us first about your Thai Visa options in Thailand. We have written an article about moving to Thailand and how best to manage the process of getting your used household Read More

Moving to Thailand

Moving to Thailand

December 17, 2011 admin 0

You have six months from your entry into Thailand to bring in your household items from your home country.  After you have been granted a permit to stay for a year in Thailand, your belongings will not be taxed.If However Read More

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