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A document with a "full address" on it

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I went to the immigration and got a residency certificate or, rather, notification form from them. I don't know which it is. I didn't pay for it.

However a firm where I sent it to, says that they accept documents only with a full address on them. Whereas on my document it states only the name of my appartment/hotel, building number, and a street also I think.

 

"Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand, 20150" -- is what's missing.

 

Is there such a document issued by the immigration with the full, fullest address on it?

 

Should I go and ask them to specify my full address on the document?

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That address looks pretty full to me.

 

I would ask the firm what they think a full Thai address looks like before doing anything else.

 

I've had similar experiences in the past, but when I asked for an example of a "good" address the documents magically became acceptable.

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I think what is missing is a house number and moo baan indicator (look outside your house for something like 1234/56 Moo 7). Usually in the address is included the Tambon, Amper and Changwat (plus zipcode). Your Changwat is Chonburi, but not sure about your Tambon and Amper).

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, chado said:

Is there such a document issued by the immigration with the full, fullest address on it?

That wouldn't satisfy me as a full address my full address is on my Thai driving DL.

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Make sure to put your address on the application form exactly the way you want it to be on the certificate.

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I always have my internet supply in my name then I have a monthly bill to use with my name/address on it.  Mind you TOT & 3BB are delivering a <deleted> service so my TV freezes regularly.

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