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UK Consular Letter Confirming Pension/Income for Retirement Visa

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Consular Letter Confirming Pension/Income for Retirement Visa – This service is only available by post.

The Consular Section is able to issue a standard letter addressed to Thai Immigration confirming your pension/income to support the renewal/extension of your retirement visa. This letter is a Thai requirement and the granting of the visa is at the sole discretion of the Thai Immigration authorities, not the British Embassy.
Requirements
 Photocopy of your current British passport data page (page with photo)
 Evidence of your current pension/income which will be returned to you
 Your local Thai address to be typed on the letter
 Completed form as below. Please note we will use the financial figures provided on this form and will not check or amend any financial amounts.
Please ensure the pension/income evidence you provide is in a form that is simple and easy to understand and shows clearly the key financial amounts that are required for inclusion in the letter. According to Thai Immigration, your pension currency should not be converted into Thai Baht.
The fee for this letter is currently 2,340 Baht plus 100 Baht for return of your documents and letter by express mail service (EMS).
The fee is payable by Money Order (available from Post Offices) for the exact amount – THB 2,440. Ensure the Money Order is payable to the “British Embassy” to be cashed at “Nana Post Office Bangkok 10112.”
Please note that consular fees can change without notice. The latest consular fees can be found at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/thailand-consular-fees
We will provide your letter within 10 working days.
Please post your application to the following address:
British Embassy, Consular Section, 14 Wireless Road,
Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330
We recommend that you send your application by express mail service (EMS) as you can then track the delivery via http://track.thailandpost.com/trackinternet/Default.aspx?lang=en
or telephone number 1545.
To contact us by telephone please call: 02 305 8333
Email: consularenquiriesbangkok@fco.gov.uk
www.gov.uk/world/thailand

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