Thai gov't approves new 10-year visa scheme, as expats ponder small print

Thai gov't approves new 10-year visa scheme, as expats ponder small print

Thailand’s government last week approved the creation of a new 10-year visa for foreign nationals 50 years of age and over, in what is being seen as a bid to attract more wealthy foreigners, many of whom also might be clients for its growing medical tourism industry. The visa will appeal to foreign nationals living in Thailand, for whom visa issues are a constant problem, according to advisers there, and as comments on the subject posted on expat blogs reveal. At present, the longest perio...

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