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BANGKOK 19 July 2019 02:26
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TM.30 - CW Immi BKK - Reporting 24hrs after returning to Thailand?

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A). I will be going to the UK for a few weeks and when I return - Does anyone have experience of what Chaengwattana immigration requirements are if returning to the same address?

- Do I need to do full new application or just need to go back to identify I have returned to the same address - or something other?

 

B). I was at immigration yesterday to do 90 reporting, but it was bedlam at the TM.30 section and was unable to get any information - I went to counter at the entrance and didn't get any sensible information.

 

 I took an image of the notice that was outside the cubicles that were processing the TM.30 applications - below

 

It seems to suggest that if you do not have house master copy of documents (house registration and ID card) - You can just present your rental agreement as an alternative.

- Am I reading this right?

 

 

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4 minutes ago, ezzra said:

Full report, like you have never done before, they have gone mad over there, someone decide to dust up a 20 years old law and make people lives difficult, mind you foreigner and Thai alike, hopefully someone will wake up and stop this madness soon...

50 year old laws -.-

 

But yes agree with everything.

Op it's easiest to do it via postal service, this should get accepted:

 

1) Passport copy, visa page and entry stamp copy

2) rental contract copy

3) optional housebook/id card copies from owner

4) tm6 copy

send to tm30 division and include a return envelope for the receipt, would send via trackable postal service to have proof tho

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Pretty sure you may be required to file a TM30, but then there have been mixed messages from individual IOs, and offices on this subject.

 

13 minutes ago, spambot said:

Am I reading this right?

Yes, that's how I interpret the signage. But not sure if that covers both #2 and #3?

 

 

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1 minute ago, ezzra said:

Full report, like you have never done before, they have gone mad over there, someone decide to dust up a 20 years old law and make people lives difficult, mind you foreigner and Thai alike, hopefully someone will wake up and stop this madness soon...

Thanks, ezzra - I guess this has got to be within 24 hrs?

Do you have any idea if the rental agreement alone is an option for providing the housemaster, house registration and ID card?

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Yes it is supposed to be accepted.

 

I used it as my landlord refuses to give me copies of his housebook and id.

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11 minutes ago, ThomasThBKK said:

Yes it is supposed to be accepted.

 

I used it as my landlord refuses to give me copies of his housebook and id.

Ahhh - Good stuff - My landlord is mostly overseas.  

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43 minutes ago, spambot said:

Thanks, ezzra - I guess this has got to be within 24 hrs?

Do you have any idea if the rental agreement alone is an option for providing the housemaster, house registration and ID card?

You can do report as "possessor". You can do this via mail at some imm offices. CW accept tm30 via mail. 

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.....a few questions specifically for CW.....what exactly do they want in regards to the TM30 when applying for other services (extension for retirement)?

 

*just need to have done a tm-30 for current residence sometime in the past?

*does tm-30 on file need to be dated after latest arrival?

*is CW demanding updated tm-30 after travel within thailand if returning to same residence?

 

 

i'll be returning next month, girlfriend's landlady will register me online.  i'll have a couple months before extension and will be in/out of bangkok many times.  landlady can't be expected to update tm-30 twice a week for two months.  landlady also likes to travel, may not be available the week of my renewal.....

 

**suppose i could drag the girlfriend to immigration with me, along with copy of the rental contract, and a letter from her stating i live with.....***

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19 minutes ago, ChouDoufu said:

.....a few questions specifically for CW.....what exactly do they want in regards to the TM30 when applying for other services (extension for retirement)?

 

*just need to have done a tm-30 for current residence sometime in the past?

*does tm-30 on file need to be dated after latest arrival?

*is CW demanding updated tm-30 after travel within thailand if returning to same residence?

 

 

i'll be returning next month, girlfriend's landlady will register me online.  i'll have a couple months before extension and will be in/out of bangkok many times.  landlady can't be expected to update tm-30 twice a week for two months.  landlady also likes to travel, may not be available the week of my renewal.....

 

**suppose i could drag the girlfriend to immigration with me, along with copy of the rental contract, and a letter from her stating i live with.....***

I'm in similar boat. In fact fly out and back los every 2 weeks. Added to that travel within los. My plan is to do a tm30 for my last return to residence prior to my next extension (Nov). If I follow the rules I would most likely need to do something like 15+ tm30.

CW is a zoo so I'm hoping to do tm30 by mail as possessor. 

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3 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

You can do report as "possessor". You can do this via mail at some imm offices. CW accept tm30 via mail. 

What documents do you need to include with TM.30 registration, (I am an owner, "Possessor".) I have copies of Title Deed, but no blue book.

 

 

1) Passport copy, visa page and entry stamp copy

2) rental contract copy [N/A]

3) optional housebook/id card copies from owner

4) tm6 copy

 

As I have lived here and owned it for 15 years, am I likely to be fined, and if I am applying by mail, how do I pay?

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10 minutes ago, samtam said:

What documents do you need to include with TM.30 registration, (I am an owner, "Possessor".) I have copies of Title Deed, but no blue book.

 

 

1) Passport copy, visa page and entry stamp copy

2) rental contract copy [N/A]

3) optional housebook/id card copies from owner

4) tm6 copy

 

As I have lived here and owned it for 15 years, am I likely to be fined, and if I am applying by mail, how do I pay?

Firstly possessor for the tm30 does not mean owner. I rent my condo room. I have a lease. I can file the tm30 myself as the " possessor". 

I will be including photocopy of my identity page, my tm6, last entry stamp, non-o stamp or last extension. Also my lease. I have never done one so best to follow advice from someone who has. However reports on TVF have indicated success. I'm doing it this way as getting to and dealing with CW is a pain. I'm also considering to ignore the whole thing and just pay 800baht every time I need to visit with CW zoo. Which thankfully is once a year.

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OMG, I have just tried to see if I can complete a TM.30 form, as an owner....for myself. But I have no idea whose names go into which bits.

 

If I'm the owner, do I file for myself as the alien? Do I then add my own name on the alien list?

 

Another complication we are joint owners and both foreigners, so we have to file 2 TM.30 forms, (one each)?

 

 

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On 6/15/2019 at 4:24 PM, samtam said:

I would do the same, (pay the fine next time I go to CW), but I'm about the file my 90 day report by mail to CW, and I don't know whether it will be rejected if I haven't filed a TM.30.

 

Only one way to find out, unless someone can enlighten me.

This is exactly my situation too, need to mail mine in next month. So far I've never received any official notification that a TM30 is required from CW, so I'm acting as if I've never heard of it - absolutely no idea if they have one on file for me or not.

 

I'd be interested in feedback on mailed in 90 day reports, and if yours is accepted and they send back a receipt as normal. So far I've yet to hear news of any submitted by post being rejected. 

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