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Thailand Elite Visa Application Forms

Thai Elite Visa Program offers you the opportunity to obtain a privileged entry visa, giving you the right to live in Thailand for 5 years up to 20 years, with a selection of additional complementary services and benefits. Below you can download the Thailand Elite Visa application form. The Thailand Elite Visa program offers different …

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COVID Insurance for Foreigners in Thailand

With Thailand very slowly reopening to visitors, one of the latest requirements for visitors is mandatory COVID-19 insurance which covers the traveller for a minimum of $100,000 (the Thai policies generally cover for 3.5 million Thai baht). In addition to all the requirements that the traveller needs to satisfy to obtain a certificate of entry (COE) and obtain a valid visa, this insurance …

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Thailand Travel Restrictions

Important Notice — Coronavirus cases remain high across the globe and in Thailand. Thai Health officials warn travelers of increased chances of spreading the virus due to travel within Thailand. Currently, Thailand is experiencing the third wave of infections recording a high number in red zones across the country each day. Many businesses have assigned …

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How to Travel to Thailand in 2021

(Updated April 30, 2021) During the global COVID-19 pandemic, measures have been enforced to prevent and control COVID-19 from spreading in Thailand. This includes measures to keep an influx of visitors to Thailand in check. Therefore, foreign visitors who need to visit Thailand must comply with the measures. There are 5 easy steps to take. …

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Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) in Thailand

Thailand ASQ is a period of mandatory quarantine accommodation for arriving international visitors at government-accredited hotels. All ASQ bookings are paid for by the traveler. Properties that have been approved for ASQ by Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health are now offering packages that can be easily booked online. These ASQ packages include accommodation, 3 meals …

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SHA+ Hotels in Phuket

As part of the government’s plan to reopen Phuket to foreign travelers, the Thai government has introduced the Phuket SandBox Program. Travelers do not need to do quarantine but they must stay in Phuket for at least 14 days in an accredited SHA+ Hotel and will then be allowed to visit other destinations in Thailand. …

Phuket Sandbox Plan

Phuket Sandbox program allows vaccinated foreign tourists to enter Phuket from 1 July. Travelers do not need to do quarantine but they must stay in Phuket for at least 7 days and will then be allowed to visit other destinations in Thailand.

With Thailand very slowly reopening to visitors, one of the latest requirements for visitors is mandatory COVID-19 insurance which covers the traveller for a minimum of $100,000 (the Thai policies generally cover for 3.5 million Thai baht). In addition to all the requirements that the traveller needs to satisfy to obtain a certificate of entry (COE) and obtain a valid visa, this insurance …

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Can Foreigners Buy Property In Thailand

Phetchaburi Park Housing Project The president of the Stop Global Warming Association, Srisuwan Janya, and two foreigners petitioned the Department of Special Investigation for damages from this allegedly fraudulent housing project. The foreigners, Russian Rusan Ataev and British Marcos Hurst, are among the approximately 100 foreigners who bought illegal land titles in full from the …

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Thai Inheritance and Succession Law

What happens when someone you know died in Thailand but is not a Thai national? Recently, many people came forward with this question: what would happen if their dad died in Thailand without having a Thai nationality? How would the property of the deceased person be divided among his legal heirs …

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Thai Property Due Diligence

Acting with due diligence when entering into a transaction with another material can save you from risks and liabilities. When acting with due diligence, you need to make sure that all the particulars of the agreement or transaction are not in contravention with Thai law, and that …

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