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Marriage Visa Or Retirement Visa


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#21 Flashermac

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Posted 14 November 2017 - 03:23

And yet my Mrs was a civil servant when I applied. The police sergeant was a bit overawed, since her civil service rank was considerably higher than his. That was kind of fun. :)
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#22 radioman

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Posted 14 November 2017 - 03:28

View Postmigrant, on 14 November 2017 - 02:15, said:


Friends who go with the marriage visa are reporting Hua Hin is getting tougher.  A good friend who has been here 20+ years, at least 15 on a marriage visa had to produce his two sons, ages 12 and 8, to immigration this year.  He has never had to do that in the past

For me not a problem, indeed the more the merrier, will bring all the outlaws down from the farm once a year for a visa renewal party. Pick up trucks in immigration yard with some music and food. Wheel in the kids with all their school friends, imagine a dozen teenage girls in full on selfie mode and a dozen boys with a batt-ket-bon in the car park.

Wonder if I should bring along a couple of the mia noi / giks as well :shocked:
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