Retirement Visa Annual Renewal Service in Thailand

Retirement Visa Annual Renewal Service

Thailand Retirement Visa

Retirement Visa Annual Renewal

Speedy Visa specialises in retirement visa renewal for those living anywhere in Thailand. If you want to stay in Thailand legally, it’s important to renew your visa before it runs out and we can help you with all the pesky, time consuming paperwork and dealing with immigration officials.

The retirement visa, or Non-Immigrant type visa for the purposes of retirement, as it’s also known, allows the holder to stay in Thailand for a period of one year, with the extension being renewed annually without having to exit the country. If you need to renew your retirement visa, reach out to the Speedy Visa team as soon as possible.

Requirements for a Thailand Retirement Visa

There are so many benefits to retiring in Thailand, including warm weather year round, a low cost of living and a great range of expat facilities such as bars, restaurants, beaches and shopping. If you plan on retiring in Thailand, here are the main requirements:

  • Must be over 50 years of age
  • Must have a non-immigrant O-visa
  • Valid passport with at least 1 years remaining and signed copies of each page
  • Proof of funds to sustain yourself: 800,000 THB security deposit into a Thai bank account at least 2 months prior to your application, or a pension of at least 65,000 THB with proof
  • Combination of bank account and annual income totaling 800,000 THB

What is the Retirement Visa Renewal Process?

We can process your retirement visa renewal for you. To do this, we’ll need the following documents:

  • A completed TM7 form
  • Passport photocopies of all relevant pages
  • 2 recent full-face 4x6cm passport photos
  • A copy of your bank book with proof of funds
  • A signed and dated letter from your Thai bank confirming the status of your account

The Speedy Visa team can help you obtain all the required documents. We can process the renewal up to 60 days early, with no loss of time, as the new extension will be added to the expiry date of the old visa. And, our visa experts will take on the stress of dealing with immigration on your behalf, to ensure the process goes smoothly and successfully.

Thai Retirement Visa Holders – What to Remember

Here are a few things to be aware of regarding Thai retirement visas:

  • Report Every 90 Days – As a Thai retirement visa holder, you must report your address to your local immigration office in Thailand every 90 days. This can be done by visiting the office or sending an email.
  • Re-Entry Permits – When you travel out of Thailand during the validity of your Thai retirement visa, you must secure a re-entry permit at your local immigration office or at the airport.

If you have any questions about our Annual Renewal, please don't hesitate to contact us directly on +66 (0)87 941 0081

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