*Terms and Conditions Apply
What are the necessary steps to obtain a Thailand Elite 20 year visa while buying a condominium at Southpoint?
*A co-owner of the unit can also apply for a 20 year visa with an additional charge
All documents can be sent by email first, then send the original one to Thailand Privilege Card Co., Ltd (Sales Team) 110/2 North Sathorn Rd, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand.
No, the Thailand Elite visa is classified as a tourist visa.. A foreigner holding or seeking a work permit is not recommended to change to a Thailand Elite visa in order to obtain / renew their work permit.
The 5 years Thailand Elite visa can be arranged:
For the first and second option, please kindly inform Member Service team 4 working days in advance. For the third option, we need to know 10 working days in advance.
Yes, a one -time transfer to a third party for the property program is permitted but membership and ownership of the property must be transferred together. The transfer fee is 20% of prevailing rate inclusive of VAT.
Yes, a maximum of two memberships per unit applies at an additional charge of THB 500,000 . The second member must appear as a co-owner on the SPA and title deed.
The minimum age requirement for membership is 20 years old. Therefore, a spouse or child that meets this requirement can be a co-buyer of the unit and pay the additional THB 500,000 charge in accordance with the other conditions stated above . As with any visa issued in Thailand, children below the age of 14 are included on terms of the visa of their accompanying parent(s). Children above the age of 14 would need to apply for their own visa. If they attend the appropriate educational institution, they can apply for an education visa.
No, the Thailand Elite program was originally implemented by the Thai government and while there have been many changes in government over the 12 years since the program was initiated, the visa continues to be granted by Immigration authorities. The visa is granted and permitted by law.