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BANGKOK 19 August 2019 08:36
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Chiang Mai, TM30 rules changed, domestic travel

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My agency has consistently told me no new tm30 required in CM if you return to the same address from either a domestic or international trip. I have just got my passport back from another 90 day report today. Accepted as usual and I took a trip to Europe last month and took many domestic trips (staying in hotels). I still have my original tm30 stapled in the passport. For those having issues I suggest you use an agent.

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On 8/9/2019 at 4:47 AM, Mahseer said:

My sentiment entirely however should you get caught out you'll be liable for a fine which I believe is in the 1,600baht range (no big deal right?) but there's worse. Your relatives would get hammered for not reporting a farang staying over and their fine would be considerably more. I saw one report of 10,000baht for exactly this 'offence'.

 

What's the latest on online reporting? If it was as painless as 90 day I could handle it.

How would one get caught?  No doubt you would be guilty until proved innocent.  Would they say go knock on your relatives or friends doors and ask if you stayed there?  Would they ask your neighbors next to your home if you ever traveled anywhere?  I mean, do they really expect a person to file a TM 30 if somebody for example in your case goes and visits them?

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 No recent travel.... my apartment did a tm30, gave me a computer print out that was exchanged at immigration during my yearly extension of stay for a form to keep in my PP... that is what they want a copy of.  It seems they like redundancy of forms.

Really?? So how would the thousands of people who do their 90 day report ONLINE send them a copy of their TM30 then?



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Why would you do a 90 day report if you reentered last month? They count 90 days from your last entry, don’t they?


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Exactly - the 90 days start at zero again when you enter the country no matter how many days you stayed between your last report and when you left.




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8 hours ago, Bill97 said:


Why would you do a 90 day report if you reentered last month? They count 90 days from your last entry, don’t they?

His "agency" was probably happy to take his money.

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On 8/14/2019 at 5:11 AM, daoyai said:

My latest 90 day report receipt from mail in, had written on it that my next report must include a photocopy of my TM30.    That is a new requirement.

Received my 90 day slip by mail today, there was nothing extra written on it. No request for a TM30 copy for next report.

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On 8/14/2019 at 12:11 PM, daoyai said:

My latest 90 day report receipt from mail in, had written on it that my next report must include a photocopy of my TM30.    That is a new requirement.

I use the website to report - No request or means of uploading a copy of my TM30...

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