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Can a Thai Lady Claim Child Support from a British Passport Holder

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3 hours ago, theonetrueaussie said:

No she cannot and are you surprised the british embassy is making it harder....They know if it was easy she would get her kid citizenship then herself then move over there mooch off the taxpayer while still being a bargirl on the side and paying no taxes and then also bring the rest of her extended family over.....

As for the fathers name being on the birth certificate I highly doubt that unless they were married or he went through a ton of paperwork and paid lawyers a ton which sounds extremely unlikely. Again with the confirmed dna sample, Not as easy or cheap to do here as it is in the west and more then likely he was gone before the baby was born. 

This is just another scam....If I was you I would be more afraid that she will try and do the same to you...run now boy!!!

Many wrong asumptions by you. You say you doubt the foreiners name is on the Thai birth certificate unless they were married. Why ?  There have been literally hundreds of posts asking how  a farang can get a visa to visit his child  if he was not married to mother but his name is on the birth certificate. Also how to legetimise their child to get foreign passport is not married but their name is on the Thai birth certificate---it's very easy to have the name on birth certificate . Can type in search bar and see many posts.

Also the DNA test can be done here and is not too expensive , he may have orderedit to prove he wasn't the dad and then ran when he found out he was.

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46 minutes ago, Tony125 said:

Many wrong asumptions by you. You say you doubt the foreiners name is on the Thai birth certificate unless they were married.

As you say, the name of the father on the Thai birth certificate is easy and normal practice, farang or Thai, the registrar will put whoever they are told to with no questions asked.

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3 hours ago, Suradit69 said:

Agree with your conclusion, but ...

 

Sex tourists aren't normally well known for their responsible behavior and lofty moral standards.

 

 

 

A lot of so called 'sex tourists' are a lot softer than you take them for.

 

They've got to be a bit soft to travel thousands of miles just for a bit of female company. Most of 'em are just run of the mill, lonely middle aged and elderly blokes.

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I believe this has nothing to do with obtaining child benefit or money from a government source. It is a matter of making the FATHER responsible for HIS child and forcing him to make payments for this child. A claim should be made initially to the Father requiring him to make monthly payments, and the guidelines suggest 12% of his gross monthly earnings. If he refuses, then take him to court, and a court order would likely be issued  forcing him to pay or be in contempt of court.  In this situation it is irrelevant where the child is living.

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4 hours ago, Tony125 said:

You did not read the post? She has a copy of the guys passport so she knows his identity, his name is on the birth certificate , and he already consented to a paternity test with the results that he is a DNA match to the child.

You're right. I was more focused on the fact he had done a runner, and could be difficult to find. Assuming the paternity test was done in Thailand, he might dispute that as well.

I do tend to skim through the agony aunt stuff on TV. My bad.

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You must be crazy. You know how many Thai men have kids and dont pay a thing.

For that matter whole Philippines is also like that.

This week i was reading about Thai woman dumping her kid, as the real father didnt want it and also the new father didnt want it, so mom dumped her ! Maybe you can suggest that to your rented gf.

Now you want to screw a Britt? 

SO she should have married him, then in Thailand you have as man the obligation for your own child.

Once a Thai woman said to me, she stayed married just for the support (Thai law?), but would divorce when another man would come forward.   

 

Probably this story is fake, just to have an item running and see the responses

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2 hours ago, xtrnuno41 said:

You must be crazy. You know how many Thai men have kids and dont pay a thing.

For that matter whole Philippines is also like that.

This week i was reading about Thai woman dumping her kid, as the real father didnt want it and also the new father didnt want it, so mom dumped her ! Maybe you can suggest that to your rented gf.

Now you want to screw a Britt? 

SO she should have married him, then in Thailand you have as man the obligation for your own child.

Once a Thai woman said to me, she stayed married just for the support (Thai law?), but would divorce when another man would come forward.   

 

Probably this story is fake, just to have an item running and see the responses

Just had a look at the OP post count - damn you are right. Happening a lot recently must be the weather or something. Won't be fooled again. 

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On 1/15/2020 at 4:35 PM, prakhonchai nick said:

I believe this has nothing to do with obtaining child benefit or money from a government source. It is a matter of making the FATHER responsible for HIS child and forcing him to make payments for this child. A claim should be made initially to the Father requiring him to make monthly payments, and the guidelines suggest 12% of his gross monthly earnings. If he refuses, then take him to court, and a court order would likely be issued  forcing him to pay or be in contempt of court.  In this situation it is irrelevant where the child is living.

yeah take him to court and the court will order him to pay 3-5k thb month normally (not 12%) which is only enforceable if he is in thailand. If he is in another country then it is not enforceable...this is not the west lol.

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