Turning 50 in Thailand wanting to retire


Hello! I stay in Hua Hin and have just turned 50 and want a retirement visa. I have sufficient funds in the bank. Can I go to the local immigration office or do I have to use someone like yourself to do the necessary paperwork etc.?

Applying for a retirement visa would differ on every Thai immigration offices in Thailand. You may try to apply for a visa on your own, yet, please know that there is no guarantee on the outcome of the application. It is best to seek assistance to know more about the process for guaranteed approval.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Jan
    October 15, 2016
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    Is there an upper age limit for a candidate to apply for a work visa?

    • October 18, 2016

      There is no age limit specified. As long as you are able to perform work and meet the requirements for the visa, then you can apply for the Non Immigrant B Visa (Employment).