Looking to stay long-term in Thailand?
You just come to the right place. When it comes to Visa matters in Thailand, AISA Thai Visa is accredited as an expert with proven over 10 years of successful experience!
As you may know, Thailand opens its border to tourists. We have received a ton of inquiries and questions about how to stay long-term in Thailand.
Information is all over the internet, but you may find some are already outdated. That can be super disappointing. Agree?
Recently, to cope with the current situation, Thailand has constantly updated about visas and the requirements including long-stay ones.
AISA Thai Visa is offering you with insightful content here.
In this article, you will learn about the long stay options for your visa in Thailand including:
- Retirements Visa
- Non-Immigrant Ed
- Non-Immigrant O Marriage Dependent Visa
- Non-Immigrant B
- Thai Permanent Residence Visa
- Other Long Stay Related Services
Let’s get started with visa options to stay in Thailand long-term.
There are quite a lot of choices for you here.
Read on to find out!
Retirement Visa, also known as Non-immigrant visa O retirement, is the kind of visa that allows foreigners to whose aged 50 and above to stay in Thailand long term.
The validity of this type is up to 1 year with the possibility of 1-year extension.
Are you looking for something to do after your retirement? Thailand has got so much to offer!
Non-Immigrant Education Visa
Sometimes called Non-Ed.
If you are interested in taking Thai language or Muay Thai courses, this type of visa is right for you.
AISA Thai Visa can support and provide you with the Education visa as well as the course itself.
We have different course lengths that you can choose!
With such Visa, you can stay in Thailand for up to 1 year.
Non-O Marriage Dependent Visa
Well, since Thailand is one of the most romantic places.
No doubt, a marriage visa is possible for foreigners and it’s one of the most popular types.
By obtaining this marriage visa, you will be eligible for 1-year extension.
Non-O Marriage Visa in Thailand will not only grant you permission to stay in the kingdom, it comes with other benefits that can make your life easier in Thailand.
Non-Immigrant B Visa
Non B, for short, is a kind of visa for business purposes.
Running a business or getting hired in Thailand, this Non B visa is suitable for you.
The validity of Non-B visa is up to 1 year. However, in order to get this visa, you need to get the job offer before hands.
Keep in mind that even though the Non-B visa allows you to work in Thailand, you are required to apply for work permit which to work in the country legally.
Thai Permanent Residence Visa
If you want to stay in Thailand permanently, the immigration office is having this permanent residency option for you.
Obviously, holding a permanent residence (PR) visa will grant you ultimate advantages including having your name on the house registration document, being eligible to be a company director and etc.
Update Post Covid Visa situation in Thailand
For any foreigner who wishes to stay long-term in Thailand with Non-immigrant O Volunteer visa, kindly be informed that the volunteer visa is suspended by Thai Immigration until further notice.
Our expert advice is that if you want to stay in Thailand for the long term, you may go with other long-stay visa options that are suitable for you.
By now you might be able to decide which visa option you want to choose. If not, no worries!
Our visa specialists can provide you with free consultation as well as a checklist of required documents for each type of visa.
Other Long-Stay Related Services
Well, when staying in Thailand for a long term, with our over 10 years of experience, we truly understand what foreigners/ex-pats need other than just the visa.
So, we are pleased to provide support to you as follows
Open Bank Account
Opening a bank account can be a real pain for many foreigners. You may find that different branches may have different practices even if it’s the same bank.
As we have mentioned earlier, you will be required to have a work permit in order to work in Thailand.
Why go through and put all the effort on your own to get the work permit when Aisa Thai Visa Consulting can get it done easy-peasy for you.
Any foreigner who has received a temporary stay permit must notify the residence to the immigration office every 90 days.
AISA can help you go through the process and make it easier for you.
Want to run a business in Thailand? Having all the business ready but don’t know where to start?
Let us help you set up your business in Thailand.
There are many visa options for foreigners who wish to stay long-term in Thailand.
With our expertise in helping foreigners regarding to visa matters, we are offering you professional services to ensure a smooth process.
Additionally, our services don’t cover only just visa applications, we also expand to other related matters such as opening bank accounts and work permits.
Need to know what documents you need to apply for each visa?
You are highly encouraged to have a free consultation with us to learn more!