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BANGKOK 19 August 2019 08:21
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Immigration fine house owner in Chiang Mai for not reporting visiting Canadian

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My niece came to visit for 3 days from her home overseas.  While waiting in the line for Immigration at CNX, she sent me a text asking my address for her TM6.  With due diligence and rushing to comply with Immigration, I found I accidentally transposed some numbers in my address.  My bad.  So sorry.

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How did they know? 

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“time consuming bureaucracy”?

 

Look at the size of the fines!

 

TM 30 has become a cash cow!

 

Don’t expect it to be given up easily. 

 

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1 hour ago, Vacuum said:

If you don't leave the country, no report needed (CM) 

You have ALWAYS to report! Even when traveling inside Thailand!

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Removed a troll post and the reply to it.

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8 minutes ago, Aachen said:

You have ALWAYS to report! Even when traveling inside Thailand!

No you don't.

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So many conflicting answers.

While renewing my retirement visa at CM immigration,my Thai wife asked the question regarding reporting my whereabouts.

We own our home in CM,and this is the address I permanently reside at. If we decide to go on a road trip and will be away for 6 weeks does she Being the house owner need to report to CM immigration that I am back at my permanent place of residence when the trip is finished. The answer she got was no,only if I leave the country. Upon my return she must report me as being back at our home with24 hrs.

She also asked the question regarding my son coming to visit us for a 2 week holiday,she was told that she had to report him within 24 hrs of arriving at our home.

Maybe others have been informed otherwise.

 

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1 hour ago, paulbrow said:

It's been over 4 weeks now since submitting all required documents online to register the house so TM-30 can start to be submitted, and still no response from Immigration other than the immediate email verification. How can we obey the "Law" when Immigration fails to do their part? I'll give them a couple more weeks to not respond and then I'll make the dreaded in person trip to the office with paperwork in hand....

 

You may do it by mail until your online notification becomes operational.

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San Kamphaeng !!!

 

Long way out from IMO in CNX. How did they know about the Canadian????

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51 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

No you don't.

This is exactly the problem. In my province there are 2 offices. One says report every time you stay overnight outside your home province, the other says only if you leave the country. On the posters I’ve seen it says you must report if you overnight outside your home province. 

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1 minute ago, TEFLKrabi said:

In my province there are 2 offices. One says report every time you stay overnight outside your home province, the other says only if you leave the country.

Well, you're lucky to have an option.

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