BTW: You can get a ER visa around 30 if you only work abroad and NOT in Cambodia?
You can get a retirement visa if you can prove retirement. If you are working abroad then you are not retired, you are working.
Yes there is.kerberus wrote:Is there now a (more easy) visa type for people who are married to a khmer available?
It’s a EB VISA extension subset. Working in the Kingdom not permitted, unless work permit is obtained.
Proof of marriage required (ie, official Kingdom permission letter). Can be extended for up to a year.
Easy way. Call Kim to arrange, pay money. Up to 1 business day turnaround available.
Or do it yourself and save a few Riel. As for me, my time is more valuable than waiting in line and filling out forms in Khmer at some office.
I believe that would require some official government paper from your country saying you are ‘retired’. Morally, I would feel bad lying to my government and the Cambodian government about being retired at age 30, when in fact, I am still working.“Kerberos” wrote:BTW: You can get a ER visa around 30 if you only work abroad and NOT in Cambodia?
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