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Thailand tightens the screws on TM30 reporting, petition ongoing


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3 minutes ago, AJBangkok said:

there are 35,000,000 tourists a year in Thailand so that’s around 100,000 TM30’s filed every day. If some of those tourists stay in multiple hotels then that number goes up pretty fast . How many people are employed just doing TM30 reports .

Not enough if you go to Chaeng wattana apparently

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6 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

Yeap, as time goes by, more landlords will be aware of all of this and they won’t wanna rent out to foreigners. They could be clean as whistles with nothing to hide, but why take the risk of being fined and paraded around on the news for not reporting their foreign tenants. 

Or not declaring their income.

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The Problem is easily to solve:
It is to realize by immigration that even you are only temporarily allowed to stay in the country, you might have a residence here, so you don't change your address when you go i.e in holiday etc.



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Maybe the petition should have been about making TM30 reporting available online nationwide? Then everyone would be suited.
 
Except those who's time is so valuable that two minutes on the internet would be the last nail in the expat coffin.

Outside Thailand the apps are barely available . Even their website is blocked


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Trekked up to Bkk immigration for TM30.  Been here 10 years.  Takes us almost an hour. Was told by staffers that reporting in by TM30 is unnecessary for us.🤪  

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Just now, rbmcn said:

Trekked up to Bkk immigration for TM30.  Been here 10 years.  Takes us almost an hour. Was told by staffers that reporting in by TM30 is unnecessary for us.🤪  

you  need  to  tell  us  why?

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would be nice if they could upgrade the system to be usable.

tried to register online twice, both applications still "waiting for approval - io to respond in 7 days".  sent in a form by mail over 5 weeks ago.....nothing.

 

would consider going in person, but that's a 2-1/2 hour trip on public transport each way.

 

was worried staying in a hotel last week in another province would screw up my report.  luckily the check in girl declined my passport and asked for gf's id card.

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6 minutes ago, ChouDoufu said:

would be nice if they could upgrade the system to be usable.

tried to register online twice, both applications still "waiting for approval - io to respond in 7 days".  sent in a form by mail over 5 weeks ago.....nothing.

 

would consider going in person, but that's a 2-1/2 hour trip on public transport each way.

 

was worried staying in a hotel last week in another province would screw up my report.  luckily the check in girl declined my passport and asked for gf's id card.

Gf or wifes ID best way to go.

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This was like I thought from start. No change. everybody still needs to do the TM30. The petition only made the authorities more irritated.

Good work. Now all supporters to this complaining petition feel happy with themselfs.

Think we will need another petition. Please create a law that says stop complain or be deported.

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The only way stuff like this will ever get changed is if our own native countries start treating Thais overseas the same way we are treated here.

Its only when things irritate the HiSo's in Thai society that things get done.

So when they cant buy a house in London for example then they will get things changed back here. When they have to report to immigration every 90 days something will get done.

When they are told they need to keep so much money in a bank account all year something will get done.

When they have to self report their own movements around the country something will get done.

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IMHO telling Thais what to do never ends well, they just sulk this applies from Plumbers, electrician to these immigration chappies.

Knowing the Thai mentality complete with their limited education and IQ it Stands a perfectly good chance they will out of sheer spite just make life even more difficult.

 

Sadly ....Better the devil you know

 

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