Checklist for Thai Retirement Extension

category:  Life in Chiang Mai

For a Thai retirement visa, a person who holds this kind of visa must report at the immigration every 3 months. You can report 15 days before the due date or 7 days after the due date. If you miss your report, the fine is 2,000 baht. Also, you should go to the immigration before opening in order to get your queue. There is a limit of queues each day. Regarding the information that I get from the immigration officer, here … Read More

Thai Retirement Visa

category:  Life in Chiang Mai

Today my husband went to apply for the Thai retirement visa at Chiang Mai immigration office at Promenada. The office opened at 8.30 am but we saw many people get in the line when we arrived. We got the latest queue today. The officer told us to come back again at 3 pm. We came back to the immigration office at 2 pm and waited there until they called our number. The process is simple. The officer checked all documents, … Read More