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Hi if borders open in 2022 what insurance do I need apart Covid insurance I have Luma Ipass Covid 19 for 1 year  insurance 100,000 us dollars coverage  is that sufficient as would be in Brisbane for 6 days in may or June.

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On 10/21/2021 at 8:07 PM, Colmera said:

 Non O visa extension  not Non O-A  retirement I have the Covid 19 insurance as well as a reentry permit will that be sufficient

Yes If the insurance meets the requirements.

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There seems to be a Catch-22 in insurance for holders of a non-O retirement visa. My visa expires November 14 2022. 
 

How do I get coverage for more than one year?

 

Can I buy for 6 months and get stamped in for just 6 months? I pre-paid for re-entry permits.

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9 hours ago, Danderman123 said:

There seems to be a Catch-22 in insurance for holders of a non-O retirement visa. My visa expires November 14 2022. 

How do I get coverage for more than one year?

Can I buy for 6 months and get stamped in for just 6 months? I pre-paid for re-entry permits.

Your case is a rarity. You must of applied for a new one year extension of stay early and left the country shortly after it was issued.

Just get the one year insurance and try getting the COE or Thailand Pass approved. If approved you could then enter the country and in the worst case you only be stamped in until the day your extension ends.

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