Retire in Thailand: Why retire in Thailand?
Retirement visa Thailand: Thailand is one of the best places in the world to visit on holiday. Thailand has a range of locations from white beaches with crystal clear blue water to lush, green mountains that offer the perfect elements of a good holiday destination exotic beauty coupled with warm and pleasant weather. In fact, many who travel to Thailand fall in love with the country and wish to retire here later in their lives.
In addition to its natural beauty, it also has considerable advantages for those looking for a quiet and comforting retirement; Thai people are famous for their hospitality, and the overall cost of living is quite low, meaning that you can maintain a comfortable lifestyle without a lot of money.
For these reasons, if you are considering retiring in Thailand, you ought to speak with the friendly lawyer at TILA LEGAL about Thailand retirement visa.
Retire in Thailand: How to apply for Thailand retirement visa?
To be eligible for the Thai retirement visa, you must have a Thai bank account and a statement which proves that you have had a balance of at least 800,000 THB 2 months before your apply for the Thailand retirement visa. In addition, you must first have a Thai non-immigrant visa as well.
Requirements: Thailand Retirement visa;
- Age of 50 years or older.
- Thai bank account with a balance of at least 800,000 THB
Financial Requirements for Thailand Retirement Visa
- Bank account in Bangkok showing THB 800,000 (must be in Thai bank 2 months before applying)
Thailand Retirement Visa Option A. (If you currently live outside Thailand):
Step 1: We live send all of the necessary documents as well as an invitation letter from our company to your home address. You will then bring the documents to the Thai embassy nearest to your home and apply for a 90 days Non-Immigrant Visa. This step will generally take about 2 business days.
Step 2: Once you enter Thailand with a non-immigrant visa, you may then go to the Immigration office and upgrade to a Thai retirement visa. One of our lawyers will accompany you during this trip to ensure that the entire process runs smoothly. At the Immigration Office, you will immediately receive your retirement visa in Thailand.
Our Professional fees for Thailand retirement visa option A are as follows:
Documents to obtain a non-immigrant visa
19,662THB (USD 635)
Thailand Retirement Visa Option B. (If you currently live in Thailand):
Step 1: You must first have a tourist visa.
Step 2: A member of our staff will accompany you to the immigration office to upgrade your tourist visa to a non-immigrant visa. This also extends your visa for another 3 months, and only takes about 30 minutes.
Step 3: After 2 months, you will have to go to the immigration office again to apply for a one-year Thai retirement visa. One of our staff members will accompany you, and immediately afterwards, you will receive your retirement visa in Thailand. This process also takes 30 minutes.
Our professional fees for Thailand retirement visa option B are as follows:
Changing class of visa from tourist visa to non-immigrant
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