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1 hour ago, nichopaulcnx said:

CM Immigration sure and I don't need to reply to absolute BS from someone who perhaps does not have the correct documentation !

By the way you write, I would guess you are Thai.  If you are a westerner being paid by immigration to write positive posts about CM Immigration, then they are wasting their money.  They should look for a westerner who can at least write a coherent sentence.   

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3 minutes ago, CMNightRider said:

By the way you write, I would guess you are Thai.  If you are a westerner being paid by immigration to write positive posts about CM Immigration, then they are wasting their money.  They should look for a westerner who can at least write a coherent sentence.   

Really, another useful post, perhaps you should look at your own posts, before making more comments that you cannot substantiate !   Have a good life back in the " Land of Milk and Honey "

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I did my 90day reporting a couple of weeks ago. Got there (CM immigration) at about 13:30, after dropping off some friends at the airport. Walked straight up to the counter and handed my passport over. Was told I had to fill in a form (I forget the TM number but plenty of forms just by the entrance). Had to ask round for a pen as I didn’t have one with me. Walked up to the counter again and received queue number 45. No. 41 was being served. 5-10 mins later, my number was called. Less than 5 minutes later, was walking out the door. 

It is clear that me that some posters have really lost it. 
 

The building is woefully inadequate to accommodate the number of people who are required by law to report to this building.  I'm sure it was designed with this in mind.

Really?


There's something very odd about a few of the posters on this thread.

Why are their experiences different to ours?

Your other posts tells a lot about your character, personality and morals. That's probably why their experiences (and mine) are different to yours. 

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48 minutes ago, CMNightRider said:

If you are a westerner being paid by immigration to write positive posts about CM Immigration

You don't really believe that - do you? After that, it is difficult to believe anything you have said... good luck in future endeavors. 

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on monday an extension of mine was done pretty quickly, about three hours, but the time before that it took 9 hours...

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3 hours ago, kenk24 said:

You don't really believe that - do you? After that, it is difficult to believe anything you have said... good luck in future endeavors. 

When quoting another poster, you should quote what the person said not just part of a sentence.  I'm not really concerned what you believe or don't believe.  I simply wrote down what I experienced during a three day ordeal at immigration, which should have been a non-eventful hour at best.  I posted it for people who will be visiting CM immigration in the near future, so they can better prepare themselves.  If that isn't you then maybe you should just take a nap.

 

I think this may come as a shock to you but there are a couple of Thai posters on Thai visa masquerading as westerners.  Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish them from the westerners with low cognitive abilities.  If that isn't you then maybe go back to your nap. 

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6 hours ago, nichopaulcnx said:

Please read the post this relates to before making pathetic comments !

I'm agreeing with you for god's sake

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12 hours ago, BritManToo said:

Probably no worse than a marriage extension, and they only need to do it once in their life, not every year.

Not to mention, immediately after they can own land, get free heath care, a pension, passport, etc.

Then why are you in Thailand where you can't get free health care, pension etc?

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11 hours ago, CMNightRider said:

The posters who say you can walk into this office during normal working hours and get processed in an hour are being less than truthful.  They may even be Thais working at immigration.

You really think that the Thais working at immigration can write decent English?

 

I have been going to immigration office for a few years now and I have never seen any officers who can speak English beyond the lower elementary level, let alone their writing.

 

I went to immigration in November last year and my application was approved in less than 2 hours even though I went there at 11 am.

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8 hours ago, EricTh said:

Then why are you in Thailand where you can't get free health care, pension etc?

Stuck with 2 kids.

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

Stuck with 2 kids.

Sure it is all their fault.  Whata dad!

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