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My application was cancelled as did not supply a copy of the house purchase document along with the the Thai ID of the owner and house book, back to square one.

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Really? That's tough.

 

From CW?

 

When my partner applied for the user name and PW (3 weeks ago), after we had completed most of the form - some red writing appeared at the bottom of the page that said what documents we needed to attach (in Thai language). It only mentioned ID card and House book pages. Do you remember if you had these instructions appear? Did it mention house purchase document?

 

Judging from the reports of other people - it's taking 4 or 5 week to get the user name and password from CW so I guess I'll find out in the next 2 weeks or so if our application was successful.

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1 hour ago, chessman said:

Really? That's tough.

 

From CW?

 

When my partner applied for the user name and PW (3 weeks ago), after we had completed most of the form - some red writing appeared at the bottom of the page that said what documents we needed to attach (in Thai language). It only mentioned ID card and House book pages. Do you remember if you had these instructions appear? Did it mention house purchase document?

 

Judging from the reports of other people - it's taking 4 or 5 week to get the user name and password from CW so I guess I'll find out in the next 2 weeks or so if our application was successful.

When you said ID card does that mean Thai ID Card ? my landlady is Japanese, what would I need in that case ?

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2 hours ago, MRToMRT said:

Anyone had any luck getting passowrd and login for the TM30 APP?

Mine took 6 weeks at CW. I supplied just my pp and yellow book. I have lived at the place well over 10 years and reported each year to CW as such for extensions. By coincidence only got the TM30 logon and pwd same day as 90 online was approved, perhaps that jolted the TM30 process, who knows?

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25 minutes ago, berybert said:

When you said ID card does that mean Thai ID Card ? my landlady is Japanese, what would I need in that case ?

Passport. There is a choice Thai or foriegner

 

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On 4/6/2019 at 10:17 AM, nasa123 said:

The problem is that you cannot print out a receipt and put in the your passport, and with all that problems that follow.

Try 'print screen' you will find that you CAN publish the page that shows you are registered. That's what I do and it works for retirement extension paperwork.

 

No problems follow.

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2 minutes ago, Peterw42 said:

Passport. There is a choice Thai or foriegner

 

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I am trying to register myself as the possessor, so am putting my details in there. I thought I had to put the ID card copy at the bottom when the red letters come up. This isn't easy 🙂

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On 6/6/2019 at 12:31 PM, HaoleBoy said:

When leaving BKK and registering into a Hotel I show my Thai DL (this has my passport # on it).  Do they still register a TM30 when checking in?

 

I sometimes go on group big-bike rides and they register us and check us in.  I've never given my DL and/or Passport so I'm assuming I don't have to report "back" to my condo when I return to BKK.

It depends on the hotel.

 

Despite what some people will say Immigration DO check on occasion when you use your driving licence (it has your passport number on it anyway) as I know from PERSONAL experience.

 

If you are set up online it only takes you about a minute to re-register when you get back.

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2 minutes ago, berybert said:

I am trying to register myself as the possessor, so am putting my details in there. I thought I had to put the ID card copy at the bottom when the red letters come up. This isn't easy 🙂

 I imagine if you are using foreigner/passport to register you would attach copy of passport. Thai would attach copy of ID

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5 minutes ago, Peterw42 said:

 I imagine if you are using foreigner/passport to register you would attach copy of passport. Thai would attach copy of ID

Yes that's what I was thinking also. Just waiting for my landlady to forward me a copy of her passport. 

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2 minutes ago, berybert said:

Yes that's what I was thinking also. Just waiting for my landlady to forward me a copy of her passport. 

If you are registering as possessor, that would be your passport not the landlady.

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3 minutes ago, Peterw42 said:

If you are registering as possessor, that would be your passport not the landlady.

Marvellous. Just need to wait for her now. Nothing is ever easy 🙂

 

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15 minutes ago, berybert said:

I am trying to register myself as the possessor, so am putting my details in there. I thought I had to put the ID card copy at the bottom when the red letters come up. This isn't easy 🙂

I registered myself as the possessor.

Attached a copy of passport, Yellow Tabien Baan, and Thai ID card for foreigner,

 

If you don't have a yellow house book attach your passport, copy of Blue Tabien Baan and landlords passport.

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1 minute ago, Tanoshi said:

I registered myself as the possessor.

Attached a copy of passport, Yellow Tabien Baan, and Thai ID card for foreigner,

 

If you don't have a yellow house book attach your passport, copy of Blue Tabien Baan and landlords passport.

Would a foreigner have a Thai ID card ?

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4 minutes ago, berybert said:

Would a foreigner have a Thai ID card ?

If they obtain a Yellow Tabien Baan, yes.

It's a Thai ID card for foreigners, not the same as a Thai ID card.

 

You probably don't need her passport, just a copy of your passport and a copy of the Blue Tabien Baan will suffice.

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