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    Getting married / divorced in Thailand - what's required

    getting married

    By Anonymous, Created on: 11/01/2008, Last updated on: 01/03/2008

    » hello i would like to know if a marriage give me the privilege to get thai citizenship ??? thanks

    • Anonymous commented : Arie, I dont feel you are serious but before you take action (picking up a thai girl), I can inform you, Today getting thai nationality is like buffalo to tusk into needle hole. 30 years' chinese residents with much money also are standby quo as Thailand seems unwanting chinese any more. Such unwanting lists are very long today and virtually westerner, chinese,arab and aftricans are unwelcomed. even married a thai girl, they dont give resident visa for first 5 years. Traditionally they welcome Japaneses and Koreans, who however, rarely apply to Thai nationalities. Their vacant quota are plenty but no one use it. Rather they take their Thai families to nationality of own home countries. Most of JK long residents get easily permanent resident status here just after 5 tax-paying years. If you are one of them, you can get it easily. One thing, marrying is more than getting easy visa or nationality. If children be born, it must be considered together from the start.

    • Anonymous commented : observer , yes not only you are curious but i should well imagine so is everyone else including myself.

    • 5 replies, 4,058 views

    Getting married / divorced in Thailand - what's required

    Just to express my feeling.

    By Anonymous, Created on: 12/02/2008, Last updated on: 01/03/2008

    » Dear All, I have read many interesting topics here. Mostly, were written about Thai women. Some have bad experience with bar girls, but saying in the big picture as Thai women. Those who have been suffered from bar girls questioned why do bad stories hit them and blamed their ex. I, as a not-bar...

    • Anonymous commented : Whenever listening to new theory of Farang origin (word), it reminds me of my children's talkies. Brother "Look, the elephant, dropping, walks !" Sister " It looks like, Pen cakes are following the elephant !". Hellow Leum Lao, before forgetting, let me correct you some. The European crusaders had never spilled over the Persian and its east !!!. Why ?, then the powerful Genghis Khan settled down in Persia. As the history says, the last pitching Franks crusaders asked Genghis to lead against then powerful Egyptian Lamluke force but Genghis refused after checking the Egyptian force was rather naval force than land infantry (Just they were failed by 'Gamigaze' in Japan monsoon wild sea). The Frankos thought the earlier ethnic cleansing of Bagdad by Ghengis would be religion hatred. In fact, it was long overdue, sweat revenge to those bagdad merchants who abducted Mongloian children to China slave market. Also the Frank misunderstood of real political doctrine of Ghenis, who in fact aimed to unify all Mongolian stocks under his control. His east Europe campaign was to connect, the lost link of Tungus who were believed settle down around Baltic sea. This doctrine was supported by the fact that, they invaded only northern vietnam who are regarded a mongoloid, Not absolutely tai, siam, khmere or bramin. Egyption navy and Europeans was on show down around cyprus island and both were annihilated. Anyhow, the Mongol's east Europe invasion was the primary, the last cause to stop the long crusade campaign and europeans quickly returned to house and mended the fence.

    • Anonymous commented : When we call "Farang", we mean Caucasian. So, it's not included Japanese. If i'm not mistaken, the first western country we had a relationship with is France. "France" in Thai language means "Fa-Rang-Set'. We called them, French, as 'Farang' After that, other western countries came to Thailand, we still called everyone as 'Farang' because we couldn't differentiate them from French. That's the story.. Until now, we get used to calling all caucasian as farang. remark: If I'm mistaken something, dear Thai do not hesitate to help me correct it.

    • 28 replies, 15,322 views

    Thai airports, trains, buses, public transport


    By Anonymous, Created on: 01/03/2008, Last updated on: 30/07/2009

    » Report to Security Manager and Airport Police, robbery at X-Ray checking of passengers, 27 Feb 2008 . Copy sent to embassies and medias. 29 FEB 2008 Mr Michel XIMA Chemin du Mistral 13113 – LAMANON (France) mail : Attention to : CHIEF SECURITY PASSENGERS § AIRPORT...

    • 2 replies, 12,180 views

    Getting married / divorced in Thailand - what's required

    How will you ever know?

    By Anonymous, Created on: 08/08/2007, Last updated on: 02/08/2009

    » How will you know if your marriage to your beautiful Thai wife is for real or a marriage of convenience? From my little experience of just divorcing my wicked charlatan Thai wife as all she wanted was an ILR (UK visa) and divorce money. I am questioning how many men on the planet are/have also been...

    • Anonymous commented : Time will prove themselve.. No matter where she is from (poor society or hi-so). There are both good and bad women in every classes of society. And don't think it's you luck to get the right woman. You need to make an effort to prove if she is worth enough to be the mother of your kids in the future or not. It takes time. Don't jump to get married.

    • 43 replies, 91,143 views

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