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It is a lot easier to lose them since they replaced the card with a much smaller square of paper

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A number of off-topic posts and a couple of nit-picking posts (which was corrected early on) have been removed. 

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On 2/11/2019 at 2:53 PM, Christophers200 said:

Maybe you mean the Departure card is missing?  Immigration will replace it although they may insist on you obtaining a police report about the loss before providing the replacement

This is what happened to me at Chaeng Wattana. There are even mocy taxi guys at Immigration waiting to take you to the local police station to do the report. Then a guy at the police station to do said report.

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this happened to me like 10 years ago. Imm officer lost my TM card and i noticed that when i was doing my NON-B at immigration... 

they send me back to border and ask me to get another one. It was not a big deal but just waste of time.

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I lost mine years ago (before this present government) I might be lucky that the Immigration Officer just gave me a verbal warning and had let me passed. 

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The Immigration Officer at the border has your Arrival Paper. In your passport you should have the Departure Paper.

For the 90 days notification, and visa things like extensions if you need do that,  you need the number that is on the Arrival/Departure card.

The best is to take a copy or photo right the first day you are in Thailand and keep it somewhere.

In that case you still know the number on the paper. This paper is for when you leave the country at any border.

But..

You can go to the immigration office, and tell them you lost it. Maybe they can reveal an old copy, so the number is then known, because the 90 days report still need to be done.

This paper, the 90 days report bill, you also have to keep with you.

Mine (90 days report) was stapled together with the Departure Paper.

Still, you need to have a new Departure Paper, this you can get at the airport/border/immigration office.

Some, depends on the officer, want you get a police report. Easy to do, and at no cost.

 

Rgds,

 

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15 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

It is a lot easier to lose them since they replaced the card with a much smaller square of paper

Was going to say the same thing. The old piece of cardboard was much easier to keep tabs on. 

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