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  1. You can print it from the browser that you opened it in. Do a Google search for 'how to print from <insert the name of the browser you use>' and you will get some instructions. If your defaults haven't changed it probably opens in Edge: Instructions.
  2. I wouldn't call US$10000 for inpatient and US$1000 for outpatient (the minimum requirement) sufficient....lol
  3. Not doing this is likely to lead to a multi-hour wait or a return trip.
  4. In the past you had to go through immigration when flying with Air Asia but it is no longer the case.
  5. I don't believe that it will be an issue. Even with Air Asia you do not go through immigration when transiting in KL.
  6. Obviously it doesn't but if you keep quiet you don't need one in the OPs situation. Incidentally I have been told that there are farangs working for Thia immigration looking for farangs selling stuff online in Thailand. Apparently they see it as a business activity (pretty stupid IMO). I am not saying this is relavent to the OP but something people should keep in mind
  7. If you got to the point that this was the best option you can think of I would suggest that using the Thai Elite program would be a better option. The Elite Easy Access option includes a visa for 5 years at a cost of 500000 Baht. 5 Years Elite Easy Access
  8. I suspect that there are thousands of people who have been doing it in Thailand for many years. I know one guy who has lived in Thailand since I first visited in 2006.
  9. It stands for remote desktop protocol. Basically it is using software to view and use the desktop of another computer across a network (including the internet).
  10. I don't know what the law is but I suspect either way the Thai authorities will probably not like you doing what you intend to do. However if you keep what you are doing to yourself nobody in Thailand will know what you are doing. Just look at options that other people are using to stay long-term (while not working) and I think you will be OK. Don't tell anyone what you are doing as there are some real pricks in Thailand!
  11. Best advice

    You need to check this as I believe the UK system is a residency-based system that you may have difficulty accessing should you reside overseas. Moving abroad: planning for your healthcare 'If you are moving abroad on a permanent basis, you will no longer automatically be entitled to medical treatment under normal NHS rules. This is because the NHS is a residence-based healthcare system.'
  12. Best advice

    This is the reason why I would not recommend trying to survive in Thailand on what is essentially a subsistence budget. Anything other than minor medical issues can cause a bad situation. There is no space for things to go wrong and that is usually when they do just that. You can end up begging on gofundme after a motorbike accident like this guy.
  13. Best advice

    Unfortunately your income is not enough for a retirement visa. Even if you could count the 150GBP which I doubt that you can) you still fall short of the 65000THB a month income requirement. You would therefore need to show about 260000 Baht (if the 150GBP can not be included) savings. Your best option is probably to get to Thailand on a tourist visa (if you are not already there) and get 800000 Baht into a Thai bank account in preparation for applying for an extension of stay base on retirement. Given that you what to travel in and out you would also need to get a multiple entry re-entry permit.
  14. They will give you another 30 days on arrival. They are only good for the one stay. No need to tell them your plans. The policy on the number of days that you can stay in Thailand under the visa waiver is all over the place. Unless you are spending a significant part of each year in Thailand it should not be an issue. If you are concerned get a visa before arriving.
  15. I knew what you meant and yes you should be able to get a 30 day extension on a visa exempt stay.