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BANGKOK 19 May 2019 15:19
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TM30 about to get serious in Bangkok?

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Just now, userabcd said:

Perhaps immigration should post big signs in airports and border crossings warning all travellers, tourists and resident aliens that they are responsible for ensuring their location is accurately reported within 24hrs to an immigration office at all times after travelling to a new location or themselves risk being fined.

 

Well, most tourists stay in hotels, so it is a non issue for them.

 

I would imagine, however, that such sign would greatly disrupt tourist arrivals.

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It remains to be seen if it will be enforced for all Extensions.

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On the matter of reporting the address of a foreigner,  does filing a tm28 myself make it unnecessary for my landlord to file a tm30 or are they both needed ?

I usually found my landlords to be slow and unaware of the requirements. It usually needed my official moving date to be 'flexible'.

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2 hours ago, yokat said:

does filing a tm28 myself make it unnecessary for my landlord to file a tm30 or are they both needed ?

The TM.30 notification is in addition to the TM.28 notification.

 

If you live in a rented residence, the house-master/possessor, ie you, or the owner has to submit the TM.30.

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I know this has been asked many times before but:

 

If living in Thailand on a retirement visa with re-entry permit (CW office) then I take a trip outside Thailand...on return to Thailand , do I need to go to Immigration to file a TM 30 within 24 hours?

Even though address etc not changed? 

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4 hours ago, Pravda said:

Well, most tourists stay in hotels, so it is a non issue for them.

I would imagine, however, that such sign would greatly disrupt tourist arrivals.

Apparently it is an issue for them, and these were Chinese tourists.

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4 hours ago, attrayant said:

 

 

I lived with an extended family member in Roi Et, and apparently he did not register me.  This raised a flag in the system at CW, and I had to fork over 800B.

 

How much over? Itn't the penalty 800b?

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