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J & E Concierge’s Retirement-Visa Thailand

Live the dream, if you are over 50 years of age then let J & E Concierge’s  Retirement Visa services help you obtain or renew your Thai retirement visa.

You can have a wonderful life in Pattaya and stay here legally, without working on a retirement visa.

The Thai government wish to see that you are able to fund your lifestyle here for the next year, that doesn’t rule you out if you are not rich, let J & E Concierge’s Visa services assist you in getting your extension of stay here easily and quickly.

J & E Concierge’s Visa Team have vast experience in this field, so let us do the paperwork for you and ensure your visa is processed successfully.

The prices for J & E Concierge to renew your Retirement Visa for Thailand

Retirement Visa (Prices starting from)7,000
Renew Retirement Visa (Prices starting from)7,000

Pattaya as a Retirement Destination

Pattaya is a popular destination to retire in Thailand and has for many years been one of the world’s top locations for Expats around the world to look at for a retirement location.  The cost of living in Pattaya is one of the cheapest in the world with a huge range of Expat facilities and products. Pattaya also provides all the benefits and luxuries you will find at home.  Pattaya is an exciting and vibrant city that you come to live the rest of your life, filling it with as much excitement and adventure, or opportunities to relax and enjoy as you choose.

How to get a Retirement Visa in Pattaya to retire and live in Thailand

Obtaining a retirement Visa to come and live in Pattaya is still an inexpensive and fairly easy experience. You can apply from here in Pattaya Thailand or your home country. So if you have arrived on a tourist visa or an O visa this can be changed easily for you using J & E Concierge’s Retirement Visa Services.

Requirements to get a Retirement Visa for Thailand

Lets now look at some of the detailed requirements and process to apply for your Retirement Visa. In the beginning, it can look like quite a bit of documentation, but as you go through the list and select which options apply for you, it will become less confusing.

Firstly: Obtain a Non-Immigrant Visa (J&E Visa services can also help you with this)
Requirements –

  • Passport (at least one year remaining before expiration)
  • Proof of Funds:- Security deposit of THB 800,000 in a Thai Bank Account for 2 months prior to the visa application or monthly income or pension of at least THB 65,000, proof of this will be required.
  • Combination of the above consolidating your Thai bank account and yearly income to the total of 800,000 THB.

Your application for a Thai retirement visa can be processed either in your country of residence or in Thailand.

  • Application for the Non-Immigrant OA Visa in your home country:
    All the required documents listed must be submitted to the Thai embassy or consulate in your home country.
  • Application for the Non-Immigrant O Visa and extension in Thailand:
    It is required that you apply for a 90-day initial non-immigrant visa from the Thai embassy or consulate in your home country prior to your retirement visa application for a retirement visa in Thailand.
    You will have to wait for 60 days to be in Thailand before you can file your retirement visa at the immigration office or you must be on the last 30 days of your current permit to stay.
    You will also need proof of address in Thailand (utility bills, rental agreement, etc.).

Note: If you are on a visa exemption stamp or a tourist visa you can still apply for a retirement visa given that you have already met the requirements for the non-immigrant O visa and for the one-year extension visa applications. This can be done at the immigration office in Thailand.

A few reminders for Thailand Retirement Visa Holders:

  • 90-day Reporting If you are on a retirement visa, you are required to notify the Immigration Office of your current address every 90 days. This can be done either by mail or by visiting the immigration office.
    If you are not in the country when the report is due, the count for the 90-days will start again after upon re-entry to Thailand.
  • Re-entry Permit If you want to travel in and out of Thailand regularly during your retirement visa validity, you need a re-entry permit to do so and to avoid your visa from being canceled.
    If you need to leave the country, you can apply for a re-entry permit at an Immigration Office or at the international airport before leaving.
  • Bank Account Your retirement visa is valid for one year and can be renewed by presenting the same documentation that you did initially. The funds in your bank account must be at least 3 months old before you can renew your Thai retirement visa.
How to Get a Retirement Visa in Thailand


Getting a Retirement Visa is not the easiest thing to do, with all the different forms of documentation to collate, copy and organize, not to mention the language barrier. J&E Visa services will assist you through the process and make sure that there is nothing missing from your required visa application, saving the most valuable resource…TIME.

Leave it to the experts, fill in the form below and start the process today or just give us a call.

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Retiring in Thailand

Known for its white sand beaches, crystal clear water and beautiful climate, plus its ruins of ancient kingdoms, many present-day temples and, of course, Thai cuisine, Thailand offers a mix of everything from vibrant cosmopolitan cities to quiet waterside towns. Over the years, Thailand has turned into a popular destination for expats in search of a change of scenery, new cultural experiences, affordable health care, possible tax benefits and a lower cost of living during retirement.
Thailand’s natural beauty, endless beaches, and lower cost of living make it a prime retirement destination. Thriving communities of expats can be found throughout Thailand, and retirees can choose from vibrant, cosmopolitan cities, or quiet riverside towns.

Why choose Pattaya?

Pattaya is quite possibly the best place to retire in Thailand especially for those wishing to enjoy a convenient city-like experience that still has beaches and a tropical vibe.
The city center is approximately a 2-hour drive from Bangkok and is nestled on Thailand’s Eastern Seaboard perched on the Gulf of Thailand.
A vast selection of bars, international restaurants, beaches and the largest selection of golf courses in Thailand will surely entertain. This amazing city has a massive foreign expat community, it is not surprising why so many retirees opt to live in Pattaya.
Pattaya is great for retirees because everything you could possibly need is within close proximity.

What else makes Pattaya the best place to retire in Thailand?

Not only is Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport approximately 1hr 30-min drive away, but this is one of the most convenient places to retire in Thailand. Because there are a massive amount of condos and villas both for sale and rent in Pattaya, the prices are some of the most competitive in Thailand. Pattaya is a great choice for retirees on a tight budget or pension.
Prices in Pattaya in general are some of the most affordable in Thailand’s tourist destinations.

Things To Do in Pattaya

Pattaya has a thriving nightlife but in addition, it is perfectly suited for golf and water sports enthusiast with around 30 championship standard course available and a number of diving schools. When you retire in Pattaya you can enjoy a wide variety of shops are available as well as other attractions. This is not a city where you will become bored easily.


Immigration DepartmentPrice/thb
NON’B’ Visa (Non Immigrant Visa In Thai Immigration)23,000
1 Year Business-Visa7,000
Retirement Visa & Renew Retirement Visa (Starting from)7,000
NON”O” Visa (Starting from)7,000
Marriage Visa (Starting from)7,000
Education Visa (Starting from)13,000
Continue Tourist Visa for 30 Days ( Only for TR hold a 60-day visa into the country)3,500
Continue Of Staying Longer than 90 Days500
Re-Entry Multiple5,000
Re-Entry Single2,000
Address Certificate1,000
Apply Travelling Abroad-Visa Fee (Excluding Visa Fee) 15,000
Renew Passport ( Only English and Iceland) only Service fee not include Passport application fee 5,000
Visa Translation ServicesPrice/thb
English Document Translation400-500 thb
France Document Translation1,000 thb
Bench Warrant TranslationTBA
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  1. Koen GO October 10, 2019 at 7:26 pm - Reply

    Well laid out data for getting a retirement visa .
    I will direct anyone with questions to your website .
    Do you charge a retainer fee for other legal services –
    like Lawyer Assistance when dealing with authorities &
    bureaucrats or preparing other “official papers” ?
    Thank you ,

    • J & E Concierge Pattaya October 10, 2019 at 8:34 pm - Reply

      Thank you for your positive feedback.
      We don’t have any consulting fee regarding and appointment but we have a fee for preparing documents. On our website you can find the fees for each of our services.
      If you have any questions or if you need an appointment with one of our consultants ,please let us know.

  2. J&E Concierge May 12, 2019 at 12:05 pm - Reply

    What happens if you overstay your visa in Thailand?

    • J&E Concierge May 13, 2019 at 4:45 pm - Reply

      We are waiting for you to contact us for all information you need.

  3. Daniel April 22, 2019 at 9:54 am - Reply

    Can I work in Thailand on a retirement visa?

    • J&E Concierge April 23, 2019 at 3:44 pm - Reply

      Yes you can. Sure there are few things you need to do, but that’s why we are here to help you. Please feel free to contact us.

  4. Catanddogs April 20, 2019 at 8:33 am - Reply

    I want to know if i can live in Thailand permanently. Is anyone here who can help me ?

    • J&E Concierge April 21, 2019 at 7:13 pm - Reply

      Sure you can, you need to get yous visa retirement and we are here to help you. You can contact us we will discuss about everything you need to know.

  5. Purple060606 February 18, 2019 at 12:31 pm - Reply

    I want to get my retirement visa but i don t know how much does it cost. Can anyone tell me please?

    • J&E Concierge February 19, 2019 at 5:01 pm - Reply

      Here we are to tell you everything you need to know about retirement visa and also to help you get one. Please feel free to contact us.

  6. FoodFgb February 9, 2019 at 2:27 pm - Reply

    Can anyone tell me what are the requirements for a retirement visa in Thailand?

    • J&E Concierge February 10, 2019 at 11:08 am - Reply

      Sure we can tell you, and we can also help you to get your retirement visa. Everything you need to do is to contact us. Thank you

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