Re: Thai Retirement Visa for age 45-49
New postby Ian Wensor
I was induced by misleading advertisements on the internet to retire here on the assuption I'd be treated like a Thai so I married here, burnt my bridges and reckon I've now paid my dues however, after ten years, I'm still treated by Thai emigration authorities like a bloody criminal who's out on parole and with no rights whatsoever other than spend my hard earnt retirement money supporting a Thai wife and her bloody family and in so doing, bolster the economy. :cry
Where to start....I have to say anyone who burns bridges and moves to another country based on an advertisement is missing an our from the canoe. Thailand is a sovereign Kingdom with over 2,000 years of cultural history, not some service you give back if it doesn't please you. You mention your marriage as if it's an accessory to a big ticket purchase. I wonder how the human being you married feels? The comment about "her bloody family" deserves contempt. Your attitude says much about you and little about any of the other poor folks who must suffer daily being near you.
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