Unless he can get his insurance company to fill in the form specifically designed for foreign insurance company's. His insurance will not be accepted, it makes no difference if the cover is greater than required.pipoz4444 wrote: ↑May 30, 2020, 7:01 pmThanks STWW
One thing my friend did tell me was that his Medical Insurance Policy (Worldwide) is not from one of the 13 No Insurance Companies, that are listed in the Link, as "participating in the Scheme under the Thai Government Long Stay Visa programme". So I don't know how relevant it will be or how important that might be for his Application.
Or if you can outside of the list of the participating 13 No Insurance Companies and choose you own different Insurer.
Even if he can get the form filled they may refuse the extension. They already sound like a bit of a rogue office as the 800k is required for 2 month not 3