What You Should Know About Moving to Thailand

This You Should Know About Moving to Thailand

Everything You Should Know About Moving to Thailand

Everything You Should Know About Moving to Thailand

To move and live to Thailand as an expat, you will need to obtain a visa. There are several types of visas that one may choose form based on the reason you are moving, your age or financial status or even your marital status. The Thai Embassy can provide you with a great deal of information on which visa will be best for your personal situation.

Tips For Moving to Thailand

Moving to Thailand can be an exciting adventure for one and all. Be sure to speak to our professional real estate agents to search for the home of your dreams before you make your move permanent. Don’t forget to make a checklist, a planning and an estimate about the cost of moving to Thailand, even if you plan to stay only for a year.
Once you arrive to begin your new life in Thailand, you will quickly see that Thailand is one of those countries that make living a stress-free life easy.

Bringing Your Vehicle Along

Shipping your car to Thailand

Shipping Your Car To Thailand

Most expats leave their personal car behind when they move. It can be expensive to ship and you must go through some stringent rules with customs to import a vehicle. Some however, need to have a car of their own to drive and if this is you, you will be glad to know you can import new as well as used motor vehicles to Thailand when you move. Keep in mind that stipulations and specific guidelines to apply when moving a vehicle into Thailand. For more information about shipping a vehicle to Thailand, read more here.

Have these documents ready when shipping items to Thailand:

For Motor Vehicles, you will need:

  • Vehicle Registration
  • Import Permit
  • Re-Export Contract
  • Bill of Lading
  • Commercial Invoice
  • International Driver’s License
  • Passport
  • Special Goods Declaration

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