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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Those are the important sentences, for most.
    My case exactly. Had dinner with the head dude Roi Et and although a proponent of the "don't ask a question you can't stand the answer to", I asked. The answer was no.

    Keep in mind however, answers vary from office to office in our adopted homeland.

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    ThaiVisa relies on advertisers such as Thai insurance companies. The more activity on this means increased revenue. I suspect they are actively stoking the fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Keep in mind however, answers vary from office to office in our adopted homeland.
    How long does one have to "season" ones residency in a particular TI offices "area", prior to be able to utilise such enlightened behaviour?

    It appears, due to the required "check-in" after 24 hours that after 24 hours in a particular TI office area it becomes your official TI office.

    Another talking point for your next lunch!
    Last edited by OhOh; 24-10-2019 at 09:47 AM.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    I am 72 and have medical insurance with a Thai insurance company, I will post the name when I find my card. I have had a few claims and never a problem with collecting. It is only available to faring married to a Thai and takes a while to get approved but a very good option.
    Might actually be good to know.

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    The point is that the policy must offer cover of a minimum of 500,000 plus OPC of 40,000. There are policies kicking around but the cover is scarcely worth bothering about and the premiums usually reflect that i.e 12,000 baht annually.

    A I referred earlier, Kasikorn Bank offer the 500k + 40k OPC criteria policy but only to farang under 70 who are resident in Thailand most of the year and married to Thai, at a premium of 60k and with NO medical examination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Another talking point for your next lunch!
    I will bring it up.

    Our office is unconventional to say the least. The "old guy" mentioned in link is no longer there.

    Very laid back crew. I have never had a prob there nor have any of my friends.

    https://northeastthailand.com/roi-et-immigration/

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