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BANGKOK 19 October 2018 18:35
Lamkyong

fallen foul of income requirement

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due to the Thai  / pound  exchange rates I am now 3000 bht  short  of the required  40.000 monthly

income    as the ex-rate is hardly unlikely to improve   also if the embassy is no longer producing income letter  will immigration any  alternative ie  imm accepting bank statements

if all of income   what alternatives  can i use  ie visa could i apply for

 

i am  married  and over 50  also i have here lived for eight years

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Deposit the shortfall in your account so that when your ‘income’ is deposited from abroad the combination of income and cash totals more than 40,000 Bt.


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METV or Elite Visa, those are the two choices.

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If you're applying for a marriage extension then what about 400,000 baht deposited in a Thai bank account in your name?  Of course not everyone wants to tie up large sums of money here, especially with the weak pound. 

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49 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

If desperate or lazy use an agent, under 13k a year, first year 20k

any suggestions as to the names of such agents ?live i deepest kalasin area

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any suggestions as to the names of such agents ?live i deepest kalasin area
I don't know your area, but you can try to find an agent who has contacts with your immigration office. Go in the shop and ask

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16 minutes ago, Lamkyong said:

If desperate or lazy use an agent, under 13k a year, first year 20k

 

16 minutes ago, Lamkyong said:

any suggestions as to the names of such agents ?live i deepest kalasin area

Lamkyong, as you live in Kasalin, you're not far from Savannakhet. I would suggest you that explore UJ's advice rather than use an agent. It will probably be cheaper and, most importantly, you'll know that it will be legal. See Ratchatcher's comment above.

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Just remember there's a new boss at Immigration Dept. I'm not Joking.
I thought it was a big joke? We don't know the impact on agents yet

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