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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan
    BTW I have safely got my passport back now with my 12 month multi inside
    I thought we were only putting up with you for 6 months.

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    ^ Na its allrighty mate I,m only using 5 months of em this time

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    Birmingham Thai Consulate are also operating similarly to Hull. I had a call from them today questioning my application on a Multiple Non O. They require clearance from the Thai Embassy now for applications.

    They are also in the process of updating their website.

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    Visa in baht

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Lick View Post
    The Thai Consulate in Hull have now updated their website. (07.08.13)



    Category 'O'


    6) Visiting Thailand as Retired Person aged between 50 and 64 years

    Evidence required:

    a) Copy of Bank Statement showing income of minimum 65,000 Baht (approx 1,400) per month or lump sum of minimum 800,000 Baht (approx 18,000)

    Either a single or multiple entry visa can be granted in these circumstances.
    It is best just to quote Baht as the exchange rates you all quote here are based on when it was 43 baht to 1 GBP. It is currently just over 50 baht (I just got 50.35 at Bangkok Bank for TC) ( This is now -1300GBP pm and 16000 GBP savings). This time in my favour, next time who knows what the exchange will be? Although the papers here are very pessimistic about investors pulling out of Thailand due to the (usual reason) turmoils/ demos.
    Actually, I just read that you have to have 3 months of income going into a Thai bank account. Is that correct? I had assumed if it went into an account in your own country for 3 months and that was all that is necessary. Can anyone give solid reliable information on this please?
    Thanks

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    If you're here in Thailand the savings must be in a Thai account in YOUR name only.
    3 months is correct although for the initial extension of your non imm o it might be 2 months...3 months and you'll be fine!

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    Charley can you PM me your number mate please?

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    Again!

    PM sent.

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