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British Embassy Survey for UK Expats in Thailand

Survey to better understand the needs of retired British nationals in Thailand

CHIANGRAI TIMES – The British Embassy Bangkok has launched a survey to learn more about the issues affecting retired British nationals living in Thailand.

The anonymous survey can be completed online on our website or paper copies are available from the British Embassy Bangkok, or the British Consulates in Pattaya and Chiang Mai.  The survey runs from 9 September to 2 October 2011.

We will use the results from the survey to better understand the needs of retired British nationals in Thailand, to identify ways to improve consular services, to help people prepare for moving to Thailand, and to try and improve awareness of services provided by local organisations throughout Thailand.

To take part in the survey, please download the survey in word format [Word, 1.00 BM] which you can complete and email to back us. Or, please download the PDF format [PDF, 686, KB] which you can print out, complete by hand and then send back to us in the post.  You will find further instructions in the survey’s introduction.

We expect to publish a summary of the analysis of the survey’s results on the Embassy website in late October.
More information about the services provided by the British Embassy in Bangkok can be found under Help for British nationals Section on our website and this section provides information about retiring in Thailand as well.

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