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  1. You would be amazed how many sheeple think it is, due to being brainwashed by ALL our great leaders and MSM.
  2. The fine is for the landlord to pay, not you. They should have done a TM30 within 24 hours of you arriving.
  3. Hi mate, They didn't ask me about the TM30, but I do that online so I presume it's in the system, a friend of mine did his 60 day extension last month and was fined 1600 baht because he'd never done one in the past 15 years, he also had to go to the Amphur for his Kor2, same immigration office but different officers, so it could be a luck of the draw! We have a mortgage so The wife has the Black book with her name and daughter in it, I have a Yellow book with just my name in it.
  4. I did ask about that over a week ago and the immigration officer told me because my Visa from HCMC had a hand written note over it saying it was issued for marriage to (wifes name) I couldn't do that. I transferred the funds a couple of weeks ago, at 41.65 baht, still a massive loss to what I used to get when I first came to Thailand but needs must. Many thanks for yours and Ubonjoe input on many visa questions, I'm sure I speak for a hell of a lot of people of the value of both your answers.
  5. TM7 and other papers relating to overstay and terms and conditions Copy of wedding certificate Copy of daughter's birth certificate Copy of passport, main page, visa, latest stamp and departure card showing the bar code. Copy of wife's ID card, house book showing the main page and wife's and daughter's entry Kor 2, which was not needed I took the originals as well but was not asked for them. Oh, and 1900 baht!
  6. Just a heads up, went to CM immigration Thursday for 60 day extension, Non O based on marriage dated to December but as I couldn't leave the Country, expired June. Set of documents, there was an earlier report that they wanted 2 but I only submitted 1 as the person at Information said that's all I needed, he also stated that a Kor 2 was also needed, this was last week. Turned up at 10am, was met by a polite lady at information, she checked my paperwork and then gave me a ticket. Was called at 10.45 to another pleasant immigration officer and got stamped until 26th November, she gave me back the Kor2 stating it wasn't needed but to hold on to it and do a copy as I'll need it for the yearly extension in November, I asked her if it would still be valid as it's dated 16th September, she said no problem.
  7. Just a heads up, went to CM immigration yesterday for 60 day extension, Non O based on marriage dated to December but as I couldn't leave the Country, expired June. Set of documents, there was an earlier report that they wanted 2 but I only submitted 1 as the person at Information said that's all I needed, he also stated that a Kor 2 was also needed, this was last week. Turned up at 10am yesterday, was met by a polite lady at information, she checked my paperwork and then gave me a ticket. Was called at 10.45 to another pleasant immigration officer and got stamped from 27th September, she gave me back the Kor2 stating it wasn't needed but to hold on to it and do a copy as I'll need it for the yearly extension in November, I asked her if it would still be valid as it's dated 16th September, she said no problem.
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