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Anyone knows a good insurance deal for STV visa?


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14 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

Most of the companies listed here will offer a large deductible that will meet the requirements for a STV at a lower cost.

https://longstay.tgia.org/companiesstv

What duration, for the purpose of entering Thailand, should the policy for STV or SETV have, 30 or 60 days?

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For STV visa due the recent changes you can use other policies like LUMA

 

Its advisable to obtain your full insurance term upfront, as some insurers do not let you extend within country.

We usually advise against STV as they also require you to have 90 days of pre-paid stay with a tax-receipt, as well as 90 days of insurance at minimum. There are other options to prolong your stay in Thailand which are more favorable.

If you do need OA long stay insurance LUMA does offer this in country as well HERE

Heres the pricing matrix for the 1 year long stay packages


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9 hours ago, StayinThailand2much said:

What duration, for the purpose of entering Thailand, should the policy for STV or SETV have, 30 or 60 days?

They are not the same. 

A STV requires medical insurance that also covers covid for at least 90 days when applying for it a a embassy or official consulate.

A SETV only requires the $10,000 covid 19 insurance for the Thailand Pass application. Thirty days should be enough.

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