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Miguel Delrio

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About Miguel Delrio

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  1. Original post "You may suggest that I make it a joint account, but since I need this particular account for my annual retirement visa application that is not possible." I never heard about doubling the amount on a shared account. Have to check that. Thanks. Leaning toward the holographic will alternative and may take that route. This has all been very helpful thanks everyone!!
  2. Thanks so much everyone for the input and information here! Very useful to see all the possible options and the problems associated with them. Especially appreciate the real life scenarios. The "Kammasit" option appears to have some merit and may be worth looking into. My husband and I have been legally married under US law for the last 10 years but same sex marriage is not recognized here in Thailand yet. I plan to take up the issue again with Kasikorn using some of the info here and seeing what they might suggest.
  3. Another great suggestion that I never considered. Sounds like it might be illegal though?
  4. That seems like an excellent suggestion. The power of attorney would not affect my continued use of the account for visa purposes.
  5. Possibly. . .but I am married and expect my spouse to legally and automatically inherit my estate. . notably my US assets. My other Thai bank account is a joint account and my spouse should have automatic access to that when I pass on. Our marriage is not recognized here in Thailand, so the only asset that I am concerned about is the personla account I use for my retirement visa.
  6. Is it possible for a person opening a bank account at a Thai bank to designate a beneficiary? That is, someone to receive access to the funds in the account when the original applicant passes away. I asked at Kasikorn Bank by email as well as in person and have received no response. You may suggest that I make it a joint account, but since I need this particular account for my annual retirement visa application that is not possible. Any suggestions on this matter would be most welcome. Thanks
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