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    what financials did Hull require for the 'O' visa 'retirement'

    edit do they issue the visa with a 6 months validity period, as my 'married' 'O' visa from them was only valid for 3 months
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    Hi Steve187, hull require £10,000 a month for 3 months in your bank account, you have to supply bank statements with your name and address and the bank statements have to show £10,000 on the first and last day of each of the three months, non immigrant O based on 50+ the visa is for 90 days, the countdown on the 90 days begins when you enter Thailand.

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    Non-Immigrant Category "O" Visa on the basis of being a UK State Pensioner (65+)

    The non-immigrant category O visa is available for persons who are receiving a UK State Pension. The amount of the State Pension received is NOT relevant. This visa is not available to persons who have not yet reached pensionable age but do receive a Pension Credit. This visa is also available to people who themselves are not UK State Pensioners but are married to and travelling with a UK State Pensioner.

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    [COLOR=#FFFFFF !important]Please check your nationality below for eligibility to apply for a visa at the Royal Thai Consulate in Hull. Some nationalities can only apply for visas at The Royal Thai Embassy in London.
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    The information below is provided on the basis that the applicant will be applying for their visa in person at the Royal Thai Consulate Hull. Persons intending to apply elsewhere for their visa need to check with the relevant authority.
    The issuing of all Non-Immigrant Visas must be authorised by the Royal Thai Embassy, London prior to being issued and this process can take up to one week. When we receive authority to issue we will invite you to visit us and the visa will be issued usually within one hour.

    The information on this page is available as a PDF documentDownload
    This visa is available with a single entry only. It is no longer possible to be granted a multiple entry visa. If wishing to stay longer it will be necessary to visit a Thai Immigration Office near to where you will be staying and enquire about the procedure for extending your stay. The single entry visa is valid for three months from date of issue and allows a single stay in Thailand of up to 90 days.
    How to Apply for this Visa at the Royal Thai Consulate, Hull

    So that we can obtain authorisation from the London Embassy to issue this visa it is necessary for the applicant to submit to us all documents relative to this visa, therefore we request you contact us by email and attach scanned copies of the following:

    • Copy of the page of your passport with photo and details (passport must have minimum 6 months remaining validity at time of applying for the visa).
    • Completed Visa Application Form with two recent passport size photos attached. The form is available for completion when you visit us or can be found in the Downloads section (See V4 - Visa Application Form).
    • Copy/copies of:
      Either: The letter which you should receive from The Pension Service at the start of each year stating what your pension payments will be for that year **.

      Or: Your latest 3 months bank statements showing receipt of regular payments from "DWP SP". Bank statements must show applicant’s name and current address.

    ** For a married couple where only one person is receiving the UK State Pension the other person is entitled to be granted the same visa so long as they are able to provide a copy of their Marriage Certificate.
    As soon as we receive authority from the London Embassy we will invite you to visit us so that we can issue the visa and you will need to bring with you the following:-
    There are two types of non O for 'retirement ' this is for being 65+ the one I'm applying for is fir being 50+ the financial requirements are different fir each one


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    The Non-O based on marriage from Hull has no financial requirement ?

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    I just checked their web site and it just asks for 3 months bank statements, but doesn't specify how much....seems a bit odd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essex boys View Post
    I just checked their web site and it just asks for 3 months bank statements, but doesn't specify how much....seems a bit odd
    thats for over 65 in receipt of state pension
    ''Either: The letter which you should receive from The Pension Service at the start of each year stating what your pension payments will be for that year **.

    Or: Your latest 3 months bank statements showing receipt of regular payments from "DWP SP". Bank statements must show applicant’s name and current address''

    the other thing is if you applying end of January for travel in May, will the actual visa have a validity of 6 months, as my 'married 'O' was only for 3 months


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    The Non-O based on marriage from Hull has no financial requirement ?
    Copies of latest three months bank statements which must show applicant’s name and address

    they don't list any amount required

    taken from here - https://www.thaiconsul-uk.com/non-im...-o-married.php

    i showed them a copy of my Thai bank book, they were happy with that

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    Steve187, when I spoke to the guy on the phone at Hull consulate he said I could apply now for my visa, they would send the documents to London to get the approval to issue the visa (non immigrant O based on being 50+) once they had the approval they would email me to arrange an appointment for me to visit Hull consulate to have the visa issued, he then said I could arrange my appointment for any time before I depart for Thailand. So in my case I want to fly to Thailand on about the 8th may, I could send my paperwork to hull consulate now, get the approval from London to issue the visa and then arrange my appointment with hull consulate to issue the visa to me in my passport at the end of April ready to fly in may to Thailand, once the visa is issued to me in my passport it has to be used within 3 months, once I use it by checking in to Thailand it is then valid for 90 days, so when the IO stamps me in at suvarnhabumi airport my 90 days starts that day.

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    Hi all, well I got my non immigrant 'O' visa approved today, such an easy process using Hull consulate if only the London embassy was as easy and helpful, the irony of it is that once you email all your stuff to Hull they forward it to London for approval and it was literally a 24 hr turnaround! If only London would let you email your documents as hull do it would be so much easier...anyway, job done, flight booked next stage will be converting the visa to a one year extension in Thailand.
    many thanks to all who have given me advice regarding this process, it's very much appreciated
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    Great news, congrats. I'll be doing this early next year most likely, so what is the bet that it will all have changed by then...

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    ray8472, let's hope the procedure doesn't change for you, this has been a really simple process using hull consulate. The only reason I'm going the non 'O' route is to avoid the health insurance that thai immigration push you to having, especially when they seem to force you to choose from the ones they have selected, I am at the moment emailing maik schilling from Pacific cross, they have some health insurance policies that are far better than the ones immigration want you to have, for about the same price. I wouldn't dream of retirement in Thailand without some form of health insurance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essex boys View Post
    I wouldn't dream of retirement in Thailand without some form of health insurance.
    Yes agreed. But as you say, you need something that is worth paying for, not the ones they force you to choose from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essex boys View Post
    ray8472, let's hope the procedure doesn't change for you, this has been a really simple process using hull consulate. The only reason I'm going the non 'O' route is to avoid the health insurance that thai immigration push you to having, especially when they seem to force you to choose from the ones they have selected, I am at the moment emailing maik schilling from Pacific cross, they have some health insurance policies that are far better than the ones immigration want you to have, for about the same price. I wouldn't dream of retirement in Thailand without some form of health insurance.
    keep us updated on prices etc, as i am looking, at the moment i use travel insurance as i return to UK every year for 6 months at a time. but looking at insurance companies in Thailand

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    Steve187, I will update when I get confirmed prices from Pacific cross, I'm going to pursue a health insurance plan that my bank offer customers ( Bangkok bank) it's very comprehensive cover and it wasn't expensive, but Thai immigration would not have accepted it as bangkok bank isn't on their list of providers, I will initially go to Thailand on a travel insurance plan then when I get a health insurance plan I will update on this forum

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