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15 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

My plan is to do tm30, via post,  just prior to last reentry to los prior to extension.

should you wait until the day after your reentry to file by post, so that you can include a photocopy of the latest departure card?

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Yes.  Reports from CW suggest a TM30 just needs to be on file and a new one only needs to be complete if you move address.

If you have never done a tm30, you will need to register first. Most likely you will have to pay a fine because you are probably doing it much later than the date at which you moved into your current

I am married to a Thai, been here now 3 years plus just done my 4th extension. We both go to CW for that, they know bloody well I live here with her, it is the basis for the annual extensions, now num

1 hour ago, ChouDoufu said:

should you wait until the day after your reentry to file by post, so that you can include a photocopy of the latest departure card?

Yes thanks. It was a typo and realized too late to edit.

I have many trips to Saigon. The one before extension I will do a tm30 via post AFTER entering los. I think others with my travel pattern will opt for same. 

I would seriously need to do TM30 every week up to follow rules by the book. Its just a rubbish requirement. Right now pattaya, tomorrow koh samed. Then bkk (home) and two days later Saigon. So how many tm30 do they want. TM30 just plain stupid and 90 day report not far behind. Mind you have never done a report. 

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35 minutes ago, wobalt said:

Switch to 1 year non o visa


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What is a "1 year non o visa". I'm familiar with non o based on various reasons such as retirement etc.

They give entry to Thailand with 90 day permission of stay. Please explain.

Also how does that change TM30 requirements.

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I personally got this visa because I am married to a THAI citizen. No need for TM 30. since more than 25 years I never have to file one.


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4 hours ago, revup said:

The TM30 is new to me, I never heard of it, just do the 90-day report for 18 years.

I do not understand what my responsibility is - I thought it was the landlords form to fill, not mine.

I am moving apartment next month, so what is it that they want me to do?

Totally baffled by it myself, never seen a TM30 in two decades here. Never even met my landlady as she let's my condo juristic office deal with contract renewal and maintenance issues.

 

I don't need to do an extension anytime soon, but I'm due to mail in a 90 day report in a few weeks to CW. Anyone know if the lack of a TM30 on file will prevent the mailed 90 day report being acknowledged and accepted?

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15 minutes ago, wobalt said:

I personally got this visa because I am married to a THAI citizen. No need for TM 30. since more than 25 years I never have to file one.


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Did you read topic heading before posting. BTW, I hadn't done a TM30 at CW for my brief 7 years here.

What is being married to a Thai have to do with thread.

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I switched from retirement to marriage long time ago. Tm30 is Independent from kind of extension/visa or isn’t.


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10 hours ago, brewsterbudgen said:

Yes.  Reports from CW suggest a TM30 just needs to be on file and a new one only needs to be complete if you move address.

Incorrect. There will be a different TM7 number if you have been abroad. The old one in the system needs to be changed, which is why you have to report again, even if your address is the same as the one in the system.

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15 minutes ago, wobalt said:

I switched from retirement to marriage long time ago. Tm30 is Independent from kind of extension/visa or isn’t.


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If your on a Non Imm O ME Visa, a TM30 needs filing every time you do a border run and re-enter.

The law applies to foreigners entering Thailand, regardless of holding a Visa or Extension.

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Incorrect. There will be a different TM7 number if you have been abroad. The old one in the system needs to be changed, which is why you have to report again, even if your address is the same as the one in the system.
I'm just reporting what our teachers have been told by Immigration at Chaengwattana. They were clearly told that the TM30 didn't have to be done again unless they moved to a new address. Maybe Work Extensions are treated differently by Chaengwattana.

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3 hours ago, ChouDoufu said:

should you wait until the day after your reentry to file by post, so that you can include a photocopy of the latest departure card?

If you file by post it won't be within 24 hours of arriving at your residence, which is the timeframe according to law.

 

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The house – master , the owner or the possessor of the residence , or the hotel manager
where the alien , receiving permission to stay temporary in the Kingdom has stayed , must notify the
competent official of the Immigration Office located in the same area with that hours , dwelling place or hotel, within 24 hours from the time of arrival of the alien concerned.

My IO won't accept ailed in TM30's for that reason, in person or online only, which is why I registered to file online.

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