Are you planning to be a permanent resident in Thailand?
There are various benefits of having permanent residence. You can stay in Thailand without a visa. Your non-Thai family members can get an extension of stay in Thailand based on your permanent resident status. It also allows you to buy a house and/or property in Thailand.
However, to get permanent resident status, you need to be able to communicate in Thai. Your language fluency will be tested by having an interview in Thai with an immigration officer.
In this article, we will guide you through how to increase your chances of success with the Thai interview, including how to prepare yourself, and popular questions asked by immigration officers.
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