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BANGKOK 18 July 2019 02:35
anita1995

Collecting Child Support from Parent in Thailand

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Hello,

I'm trying to figure out how to collect back owed child support money from my father, who lives in Thailand. My father left my mother and I when I was just two yrs old, and never paid a cent in child support to my mother. My mother and I live in the states, and don't know how to go about this process. Since Thailand isn't a country that the U.S. has a child support arrangement with, I don't even know if getting the owed child support is possible.

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13 minutes ago, KiChakayan said:

Maybe you could try to come to Thailand and meet your dad? I just hope that right now money isn't what drives you there are much higher stakes for you.

 

I want to assume this isn't yet another troll thread. If it was I'd say it is borderline creative.

I think she makes it clear it's only abt the money.

Good luck with that esp. as she's in her 20s

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5 hours ago, Seth1a2a said:

 

 

 

EDIT

Forgot to add this .......If the person already has a passport, the U.S. government can revoke, restrict, or limit its use. (As a practical matter, however, they are currently unable to do that without having physical access to the person’s passport, such as during a renewal.)

 

 would think, if his Passport has been canceled or restricted by the US, it would show here when he does a 90 day report or boarder run.

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Can't comment on US but I know as a fact that they cannot claim child support from a UK national living in Thailand if retirement visa stamp is shown to the support agency in the uk.

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4 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Can't comment on US but I know as a fact that they cannot claim child support from a UK national living in Thailand if retirement visa stamp is shown to the support agency in the uk.

There is no "retirement visa". It is an ext. based on retirement. 

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12 hours ago, vinniekintana said:

I think she makes it clear it's only abt the money.

Good luck with that esp. as she's in her 20s

Guess the chances to get retroactive money is small. Her government support must have ended and now she needs some cash:)

 

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12 hours ago, Seth1a2a said:

If he is still a US citizen (neither renounced or revoked) and living in Thailand on some form of a long term visa , you may be able to at least get his attention in a serious way.

I think you are being a bit presumptuous. Nothing in the OP says that the father is American. Maybe he is Thai. OP does not state his/her or mother's nationality either.

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1 hour ago, neeray said:

think you are being a bit presumptuous. Nothing in the OP says that the father is American. Maybe he is Thai. OP does not state his/her or mother's nationality either.

What   "States " would you think I'm being a bit presumptuous  about. It's a common slang there in the "States "  to use the term    = U.S.

 

18 hours ago, anita1995 said:

My mother and I live in the states,

18 hours ago, anita1995 said:

Since Thailand isn't a country that the U.S. has a child support arrangement with,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, neeray said:

OP does not state his/her

anita1995

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   OP  is female. 

Easy to get confused sometimes but usually there's a hint somewhere on the page . 

 

 

 

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A lot of conjecture here. OP didn't mention the nationality of her father, just that he lives in Thailand. Neither is her nationality stated. Is the mother Thai ? Child support is virtually non existent in Thailand, where the cases it has proved to have happen was only when both parties agreed. In any case, OP would first need to verify that the person targeted is actually her Father, and that would mean a DNA test. Something not likely to happen if 'he' turns out to be a Thai citizen.

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On 6/18/2019 at 12:34 AM, Seth1a2a said:

 

 

 

 

What   "States " would you think I'm being a bit presumptuous  about. It's a common slang there in the "States "  to use the term    = U.S.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nothing in there says her father is a USA citizen 

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On 6/18/2019 at 6:50 PM, 5633572526 said:

Nothing in there says her father is a USA citizen 

 

On 6/17/2019 at 8:39 AM, neeray said:

think you are being a bit presumptuous. Nothing in the OP says that the father is American.

 

I think you both should complain to Administration about removing the constructive and helpful post you guys made on the OP's behalf. It may have been accidental and all they would need to do is make those posts visible again. 

 

If not , and you have really just taken the time out of your busy schedule to come to thaivisa.com /"family and children"  to nit pick a single post intended to help either the OP or someone else in a similar predicament then that would be extremely difficult to believe . I will be a bit presumptuous 

and assume you meant to help the OP by coming here and leave it at that.

 

 

By the way ,here's a nice photo I found on instagram  of a person who calls herself anita1995 . Absolutely nothing to do with this topic.  It's  just a nice photo......Cheers......

 

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https://www.instagram.com/anita1995/

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