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    Forum Regular สมาชิกประจำ Merc Fintail's Avatar
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    After 8 months of waiting, Da has been given her UK citizenstship. The ceromony is on the 8th of Dec. Da`s friend, Pattama has also been given hers and they are to celebrate on the same day at bury town hall. Congratulations to you both.

    Paul

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    Yes well done!

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    Well done
    dont judge me by my past, I dont live there anymore.

    David & Aree

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    Well done

    Ian & Wi

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    Congratulations! A lot of time, hardship and expense, but peace of mind for you both now I hope.

    Have you got any info to add on how easy/difficult the whole process was for Da? (a sort of trip report for others following in your wake)

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    Excellent news Paul, please pass on my and Jenny's congrats to Da
    Tobias - โทเบียส
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    Congrats from us too
    colin 244 & Dao
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    Congrats Paul and Da!

    Does Da becoming a British national jeopardise or restrict any native privilidges with Da's Thai status?

    Bill

    I ask this as my wife Phorn was told by the Buri Ram Amphur that she could no longer own land as she had married a farang (her Thai ID card and passport bear my surname now). I haven't been able to substantiate the Amphur's claim legally, and have received conflicting advice since...

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    I ask this as my wife Phorn was told by the Buri Ram Amphur that she could no longer own land as she had married a farang (her Thai ID card and passport bear my surname now). I haven't been able to substantiate the Amphur's claim legally, and have received conflicting advice since...
    she can but you will have to sign your rights away!
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    she can but you will have to sign your rights away!
    Yes, but you are allowed to own a "leasehold" up to 30 years. That is the "freehold" could be owned by your wife, subject to a "lease" of 30 years granted to you.

    In other words impossible for her to sell without your co-operation.
    John

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