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Residency for United 1K

Residency for United 1K

  1. Anonymous

    Hello,

    I’ve been a United 1K member for about 10 years now and have a question.

    I live in the US and Thailand. I spent a lot more time in Thailand than I do in the US
    I own a home,car,rental income property and have a Thai bank account and credit card.

    Is there any advantage for me to use my Thai residency and Thai credit card as opposed to my US residency and credit cards?

  2. David W

    Usage in Thailand or the US?

    Can you rephrase your questions so it pertains to United 1K?

  3. Gaurav

    The only factor I am aware of when residency comes into play is a waiver of the revenue requirements for status for people living outside the US. The credit cards really should not have any effect one way or another. I would check to see what rewards they offer and any currency exchange costs when deciding what to use.

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