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pczz wrote: ↑Mon Feb 24, 2020 3:13 am
You may need some hotel booking and return ticket on the Thai side. You say you are near retirement age, i think you can get the Cambodian retirement visa at 55 legally, but I know at least one person who got it at 50 so you might want to ask
You can obtain the ER (Retirement) EOS at any age if you can justify and can provide the relevant supporting documentation and proof of sufficient funds. The youngest person I know to have obtained one is in his mid-twenties.
If aged 55+ and applied for via an agent, then you do not need to supply any supporting documentation or proof of funds...if aged 55+ and apply directly at the DoI Visa office then you need to provide proof of funds and supporting documentation.
Thanks very much for this, I’ll go and see an agent tomorrow.
Once you've read the dictionary, every other book is just a remix.
Next time pop up to O'smach border. Not too far away and a quiet easy border.
Leave Cambodia, enter Thailand, walk back, stay the night at the Casino (in Cambodia, but technically in no mans land - no one checks anything).
In the morning walk back to Thai Immigration, leave Thailand, enter Cambodia and catch a ride back to SR.
I have crossed at 7 different border crossings, '(5 of them with á Cambodian registered bike), Poipet is the worst, Osmach and Pailin are the best. Kho Kong is not bad either'- I cross there the most, but too far from SR.