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11 minutes ago, rumak said:

I do believe that many other provinces would treat it the same way..(but of that I of course am not sure.... Here is how we do it:

That's a CM speciality, actually a good one to make it easier, but afaik CM is the only province doing it this way

 

11 minutes ago, rumak said:

We as owners should do the first one when the tenant moves in.

There is no need for the owner to do the first, this can be done by the tenant.

Important is that Chiang Mai requires one initial TM30 with the supporting documents, after you have done this the foreigner staying at this address can to it by himself in the way you described. (Submitting a TM30 + documents every time is of course still possible to do, so if somebody lives far away from the immigration office to do it the regular way by mail might be easier)

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4 minutes ago, jackdd said:

That's a CM speciality, actually a good one to make it easier, but afaik CM is the only province doing it this way

 

There is no need for the owner to do the first, this can be done by the tenant.

Important is that they require one initial TM30 with the supporting documents, after you have done this the foreigner staying at this address can to it by himself in the way you described. (Submitting a TM30 + documents is of course still possible to do, so if somebody lives far away from the immigration office to do it the regular way by mail might be easier)

We do it first to INSURE that it is done properly .  I find that tenants usually don't understand as well as we do how to get it done easily so better we do for OUR peace of mind  🙂

As for other provinces... Maybe someone can start a thread and ask ?  Hell, whats one more TM30 thread  lol

CM used to be the WORST place to deal with.  Not bad nowadays.  And when returning to report no forms or anything (except new arrival card no) .   Maybe a 5 minute procedure

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If you travel a lot, It seems to become more convenient for a 60/90 day Visaholder to stay in hotels, rather than staying at your own condo or house


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Another issue that is very unclear is the notion that you only complete a TM.30 if you return from visiting another province, (or returning from abroad).

This is not so. I live and own my condo in Bangkok. During its 4+ months of renovation I am staying at a serviced apartment, which filed a TM.30 when I checked in. When I return to my renovated apartment, I will have to complete a TM.30, although I have not left Thailand, or Bangkok, or the district in Bangkok. (My condo address is still my permanent address, so I do not complete a TM.28.)

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1 hour ago, Catkiwi said:

How does anyone know if you have travelled out of the province for the weekend? I would be filling out and going through the TM30 submission rigmarole most weekends, travelling inter-province to play golf....I guess I am not alone in this situation and I also guess that the majority will just not bother. 

 

Because where you stay will submit one so it will be shown on record that you failed to report your return. 

 

Its happened to me but fortunately I returned to the office within 24 hours so the records tied up. 

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