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BANGKOK 21 February 2019 15:43
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TM 30 - Literally 24 hours or can be next day

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If i arrive at the airport at 6 am, would it be ok for me to report tm30 the next morning (8:30-9:00 am) at CW immigration? Technically that would exceed 24 hours but would still be next day.

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You sure you need do tm30 at CW.
 


I’m not sure if it is enforced but just in case, so, yes

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Happened to me. I reported 28 hours later without any issue.  

Having said that, Jomtien have verbally told me any time within 3 days is acceptable.

 

 

Thank you, sounds like next day is totally fine then.

 

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You have 7 days after your arrival  to submit TM30   at immigration after being out the country

I was told that by IO   at Chiang Mai   ,and have done my  own TM30    3 or 4 days after return ,with no problem

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I always arrive back in Thailand on a Friday evening. I go to Phuket immigration on a Monday afternoon. No problems, so far.

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Each office has their own enforcement time-period, and reports indicate these vary over time even at the same office.  If doing this the first time, and w/o a recent report on your office, the only way to know for sure is to report at your office (best within a day), and ask the person who handles TM-30s at that office (not front-desk staff) the time-period allowed for future reports.

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I realize all offices are different. Personally I have never done a tm30 in several yrs. Live bkk so my office CW. Done maybe 7 annual extensions and no tm30 has not been an issue. BTW I fly out of Thailand every couple of weeks.
Me too. There is no requirement to submit a TM30 by individuals, as opposed to hotels who do it online, in Bangkok.

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Each office has their own enforcement time-period, and reports indicate these vary over time even at the same office.  If doing this the first time, and w/o a recent report on your office, the only way to know for sure is to report at your office (best within a day), and ask the person who handles TM-30s at that office (not front-desk staff) the time-period allowed for future reports.



Yes i have reported my previous arrival

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I always arrive back in Thailand on a Friday evening. I go to Phuket immigration on a Monday afternoon. No problems, so far.



Yes but in that case you could argue that it was a weekend.

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You have 7 days after your arrival  to submit TM30   at immigration after being out the country
I was told that by IO   at Chiang Mai   ,and have done my  own TM30    3 or 4 days after return ,with no problem


Yes, i’m assuming next day should be fine

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I am living in the NE an we have a home in the south.

I travel a few times a year out the country and to the south. 

I never did a TM.30 and my immigration told me that they don't like to have it.

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