How can I get permanent residency in Bangkok?

In order to apply to become a Thai permanent resident, applicants must have had a Thai non-immigrant visa for at least three years prior to the submission of the application and must have three consecutive yearly extensions in order to qualify.

How long does it take to get permanent residency in Thailand?

In order to apply for a Thai Permanent Residence Visa you must have been in Thailand on a Non-Immigrant Visa for at least three years.

How do I get a residency certificate in Thailand?

To apply for a Residence Certificate , you will require the following documents:

  1. Your passport (as proof of ID)
  2. A copy of your passport’s photo page.
  3. A copy of the last entry stamp from your passport.
  4. Copy of your visa (if applicable)
  5. A copy of your TM6 Departure Card.
  6. A photocopy of a TM.

How can I stay permanently in Thailand?

In order to apply to become a Thai permanent resident, applicants must have had a Thai non-immigrant visa for at least three years prior to the submission of the application and must have three consecutive yearly extensions in order to qualify.

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How can I stay in Thailand long term?

Thai Elite Visa is the only visa that allows foreigners to stay in Thailand for a very long period with lesser hassle than the other visas. Unlike other visas, it is the only visa that allows you to stay in the country without sorting out the formalities at the immigration office yourself every 90-day reporting.

Where can I get proof of residency?

Any one of the following valid documents reflecting your name and physical residential address will be sufficient as proof of residence:

  1. Utility bill, e.g. municipal water and lights account or property managing agent statement.
  2. Bank statement.
  3. Municipal councillor’s letter.
  4. Tax certificate.

What documents are needed for proof of residency?

1 x Proof of your residential address:

  • Current council tax bill/letter/payment book.
  • Current council/housing association rent book/statement/letter/tenancy agreement.
  • Current television licence.
  • Residential utility bill/Letter (excluding mobile phone bills) dated in the last 3 months.

Where can I get a residence certificate?

Visit the Barangay Hall or Municipal Hall Map in your place of residence. Inform the officer that you are applying for a Barangay Certificate. You should state the reason why you need this certificate and request the application form and complete it. Submit the required documents and pay the applicable fee.

Can I buy Thai Citizenship?

You can apply for Thai Citizenship if you meet the following criteria: You are at least 18 years old. You have a clean criminal record and no history of trouble with the police. You have lived in Thailand as a Permanent Residence for at least five years.

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Can I stay in Thailand for 1 year?

One Year Non-Immigrant Visa

This visa is often a Multiple Entry Visa to Thailand valid for use for a period of 1 year. You are allowed to stay 90 days per entry which means, every 90 days, you will have to go to border and have your visa stamped at the immigration (visa run).

How much is PR in Thailand?

The Thailand Permanent Residence Permit processing fee is 7,600 Thai Baht. If your application is approved, you have to pay another fee for the Permanent Residence Permit Certificate: 95,700 Thai Baht if you applied for Permanent Residency on the basis of marriage to a Thai citizen.

Can I live in Thailand for 6 months?

Multiple Entry Tourist Visa will be valid for 6 months from the date of issue. You must enter Thailand within the validity of visa. Travellers with this type of visa will be permitted to stay in Thailand not exceeding 60 days for each entry within the period of 6 months from the date of arrival in Thailand.

What visa do I need to live in Thailand?

When moving to Thailand, you’ll need to get a visa – a requirement by Thai Immigration Law. Most people who move to Thailand do so with a tourist visa (valid for 60 days) or a non-immigrant visa which is initially valid for 90 days and which will then need to be extended through Thai Immigration.

Can you move to Thailand without a job?

You may be able to get the first year visa without the proof of income, but after one year, you will need to prove each year that you have the money, without the need to work, to support your family and live in Thailand. If you happen to find a job, it is possible to have a work permit while on this visa type.

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