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    The natural way to citizenship

    Spectrum, Tutchakorn McEvily, Published on 15/03/2015

    » In the years since we opened Phuket’s first international law office, one of the most common queries we’ve received from our foreign clients is regarding owning property. The truth is that as foreigner, except as a minor shareholder in a Thai company or in a foreigner-permitted condominium project (which means less than 51% of the units are foreign held), you cannot. But there is an alternative. Many foreigners are eligible to be naturalised and become Thai citizens and with certain exceptions (such has holding office in the Senate or House of Representatives and voting ability until five years after citizenship is granted) enjoy the same rights, benefits and obligations as a person born Thai.

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