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BANGKOK 27 June 2019 02:53
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German husband of Thai woman helps by looking after the family's BBQ chicken stall

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15 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

Nice guy, good intentions perhaps, but the Thai laws and officials may come down on him.  He can't be swishing a broom, or washing a single dish, or basting a single chicken leg by the letter.

Meanwhile, there are thousands of nominee companies and nominee employees providing bogus work permits, especially Indian tailors, but not limited to them. 

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I think he'll be alright.  He can use the 'dependancy' card, "I was just helping out".  It's not like he needs a street stall if he has a business already, is taking care of his wife and child, and assisting her sick mother.

Very bad PR if they came down on him for that, and even if they did deport him then "I was leaving anyway, I'm only here to support family, what's your issue?".


A German won't give a stuff about losing face, he'll want straight talk and the truth!  Thailand has many positives, but it does need a brand polishing, and people who don't want to lose face should not create opportunities to do so, so very very often.

My guess is nothing will happen.

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3 hours ago, canopus1969 said:

Good luck to the chap if that is what he enjoys but I am surprised they did not have baby in Germany and so get a German passport

The baby will still be eligible for a German passport, it is blood based not where you were born.

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4 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

Nice guy, good intentions perhaps, but the Thai laws and officials may come down on him.  He can't be swishing a broom, or washing a single dish, or basting a single chicken leg by the letter.

I believe that you are in fact required to help your wife by law.

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3 hours ago, canopus1969 said:

Good luck to the chap if that is what he enjoys but I am surprised they did not have baby in Germany and so get a German passport

The child is automatically a German citizen as his father is one, irrespective of the place of birth

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3 hours ago, 4evermaat said:

I nominate the replies to this thread for "most overreacted to" post of the year.  Geez

no one has said hang him high yet.

 

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Foreigners are not allowed to clean their condos not allowed to wash their cars, not allowed to cook their food, i dont know if Its also illegal for them to brush their teeth, shower and massage themselves or pay their bills. 

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2 hours ago, hyku1147 said:

I wonder if he wears an apron when he does the dishes?😎

Of course he is well trained and supportive husband. Organised German man

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5 hours ago, webfact said:
Siam Chon News reported on Facebook that a German man - named only as "Mister Max" - was helping his Thai wife "Nong Naen" to sell BBQ chicken outside a bag factory in Pak Chong, Nakorn Ratchasima. 
 

 

Really who cares. Thais are xenophobic and racist. Maybe Thais should be kicked out of our countries. There should be reciprocity laws. You cant live in my country if I cant in yours. You cant own land in my country if I cant in yours. Is that not what globalism is about? This is nothing more than colonialism not globalism. 

 

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47 minutes ago, soalbundy said:

I believe that you are in fact required to help your wife by law.

Indeed that is part of Thai family law. In a small operation such as this he could easily claim he was adhering to the following:

 

Section 1461. Husband and wife shall cohabit as husband and wife.

Husband and wife shall maintain and support each other according to his or her ability and condition in life."

 

 

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Oh thats so sweet, a happy story on here for once, Oh my, my lips quivering and im tearing up.

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And the point of this story is what? 

To grass him to immigration 

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Look like delicious chicken...German barbecue stile... Jealous Thais.

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