trigpoint

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  1. For a 6 month visitor visa to the UK I think it's a single entry Visa, so if she goes to the UK first, then leaves to go to Italy, she won't get back into the UK.
  2. If you live in Thailand undertaking means you pass on the left hand side of The road whether there is a lane or not bearing in mind we drive on the left here , normal on 3-4 lane highway, you can stick to the right hand lane and expect someone doing 180 kms pass you on the left, also bear in mind you can drive as fast as you like with no consequences from the cops.
  3. Very obvious the Moto bike was to blame, he drove into the side of the pick up, I drive trucks and Moto bike here you should know how to drive given the mentality of Thai driving.
  4. No wonder hiv has such a stigma with a picture like that, you wouldn't know if a person had hiv if he/she were stood next to you.
  5. That's what I thought upnotover, will ignore it, it's in additional information BTW. Sent from my B3-A30 using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  6. Rasg we have lived together in Thailand for 4-5 years, got a lot of money in the bank I have a house in the UK, will both be travelling to the UK for holiday and back to Thailand, the question is, what evidence her family will stay in her country whilst she is on holiday? Sent from my B3-A30 using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  7. I am applying for visa for my partner to the UK on holiday, in the additional information question it asks for evidence that my partner's family will remain in her home country. There's no evidence of that, apart from just saying they don't travel far and don't have passports, is that enough? Sent from my B3-A30 using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  8. Applying for g/f visitor visa for UK, in the additional information section it asks, evidence of family members remaining in your home country whilst you travel. none of her family even have a passport, do i just say that? Sent from my B3-A30 using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  9. Think you've lost the plot on Westerner's who live near the border of Thailand, whether it be Laos or Cambodia, see other posts about sending Laos or Cambodian people for their monthly shops to Tesco, massive inconvenience for expats, what they supposed to do, fly in from Vientiane or Phnom Penh and leg it across the border with their shopping? Get real, jimster.
  10. Rubbish, Should be 2-3 zero's on that.
  11. My missus left her i phone at the market stall she rents, a fellow stall holder demanded 500 bht for the return, she had to pay, that's up country issan, they're all the same here, money rules above anything.
  12. Just to add, it's a lot cheaper to die here, 9000 bht funeral/ cremation costs for a mate who died recently, fraction of the cost back in the UK.
  13. Go for a beer in the queen Vic, soi 6 second Rd, Pattaya.
  14. Less than that, the basic British pension is about £511per month, or 21500 bht, and a lot of retired UK expats are living here on less than 18000 per month due to frozen pensions
  15. Maybe this "Brit" isn't as well off as you, a yank I guess, this "dodgy" practice is run by Thais and of course stamped by an IO at the local immigration office who all get cut of the "fee".