Tagged: Thai citizenship
Have you been living in Thailand for a while and looking for a way to stay on a permanent basis? This article gives a quick run down on the benefits which derive from having Thai citizenship and outlines who might qualify. It isn't as hard or restrictive as you think!
If you are a male married to a Thai wife, Thai legislation law provides an expedited path to citizenship for those who have deep connections to the country through marriage. Put simply, you can apply for citizenship without first having to hold Thai Permanent Residency for five years.
Did you know that a special visa exists for people who had a parent born in Thailand? Check out who this visa might be suitable for and who how to go about getting one.
All you need to know about the points system which officials will use to assess your eligibility for Thai citizenship. See how your income, age, residency, language proficiency and education will be assessed by officials during the Thai citizenship application process.
When applying for Thai citizenship, do you really have to renounce your original nationality? Read this article to find out.
A crib sheet on some of the potential questions that may be asked in the 'Thai knowledge test' portion of your citizenship application which will help you maximise your citizenship application score.
A comprehensive checklist of every document, piece of paper and other bit evidence which officials will ask for when you apply for Thai citizenship.
Forty-Four new Thai citizens were announced in the Royal Gazette in November 2020. Click here to see the announcement and to find out how you might be eligible for Thai citizenship.