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55 minutes ago, ThomasThBKK said:
59 minutes ago, Pattaya46 said:

Why would you want to stick anything in the back of your passport ?

 Because they ask you for it at immigration and if they storm ur condo to control you

At my Immigration Office they never asked for documents that would have to be attached in the passport. (They ask for copy of the Departure Card at each Extension and ReEnrty though)

If ever they come to my condo, I will have no problem to show them the original Departure Card, or the 90-Days report receipt on my computer.

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15 minutes ago, ThomasThBKK said:

People on here reported online and CW in BKK complained about missing receipts.

I find that unbelievable as its no different to being reported by the Hilton hotel , its in the system. They dont ask for receipts if you stay at a hotel, why would they ask for a reciept for one, and not the other, property in the online system.

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6 minutes ago, Peterw42 said:

I find that unbelievable as its no different to being reported by the Hilton hotel , its in the system. They dont ask for receipts if you stay at a hotel, why would they ask for a reciept for one, and not the other, property in the online system.

i don't know, they also want landlords from 300km to report their in person the first time...

 

I can't answer any of that as i can't even make the report without having my landlords compliance anyway -.-

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20 minutes ago, Pattaya46 said:

At my Immigration Office they never asked for documents that would have to be attached in the passport. (They ask for copy of the Departure Card at each Extension and ReEnrty though)

If ever they come to my condo, I will have no problem to show them the original Departure Card, or the 90-Days report receipt on my computer.

How long since your last extension, I had to show TM30 reciept at my last extension at Jomtien. 

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2 minutes ago, Peterw42 said:

How long since your last extension, I had to show TM30 reciept at my last extension at Jomtien. 

Made it this month.

No TM30 required for retirees at Jomtien Immigration :cool:

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My friend lives on the outskirts of cm.built their house.the girlfriend is the landlord of the property.she reported the change of address and everything else for him,but she was late on something and was fined by the government.don,t know she used a apt  for that,but she had to tell the powers to be for sure

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7 minutes ago, Teddy3943 said:

Does this also applie to spouses?

 

TM30 applies to all foreigners, if spouse is not Thai it applies.

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Is it available externally my IOS account is in Australia so it doesn’t show?

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5 hours ago, AmericanSafety said:

If I am flying into BKK and staying at my house, I supply the address to immigration upon arrival. Why would I need to do this a 2nd time?

Because the Thai education system has failed everyone 

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12 minutes ago, Rawairat said:

Is it available externally my IOS account is in Australia so it doesn’t show?

Someone mentioned that in an earlier post, change to the Thai app shop. Probably buried in settings somewhere.

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Sorry for the silly question, but is the House ID number the house number or something I need to get from my landlords Blue Book [I'm in a Condo if it makes any difference]

 

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So what happens in this example....

condo jointly owned by two foreigners. Yellow book has both names registered. Obviously one is “head” of the house. How do both set about reporting? Separate online registration at the same address? 

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