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Today's Tale of Woe at Jomtien

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2 minutes ago, kingofthemountain said:

They probably have a contract with a recycling paper company

i can easily imagine a truck coming on a weekly basis for 4 or 5 tons of papers.

over a year should be some decent money easily earned for the office.

i came to this conclusion because 8 months ago i have moved from a condo

to a new location, i have filled all the forms and given all the copies to Jomtiem 

immigration office for they know my new adress. 5 months ago i have done a trip

in europe so at my return i have filled a TM30 and again given all the forms and copies

needed to Jomtiem immigration office. 3 months ago i have renewed my extension of stay

so i have again filled all the forms and given all the copies, included my lease agrement (5 pages)

for the 3s time to Jomtiem immigration office.

And last month when i was here to do my 90 days report, they still have

my old adress in their computer !!!

Go figure !!

 

I agree the amounts must be huge.  Anybody have any actual knowledge of what they do with all the stuff? 

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I think I might refresh the hand held scanner my sister gave me for Christmas.  A person could easily amass quite a pile of paper themselves!

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Over the last couple of years I’ve found Jomtien more than helpful. Thanks for giving the positive feedback.

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Did my first marriage visa ,after many years retirement ,very ,helpful and polite to my wife .

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"photocopies of 12 months transactions (I know only 6 months required)"

Is 6 months required because of the new requirements from March 1 2019,or what?

I have never copied more than 3 months of transactions from my bank book. Last year in May only 2 months because of the new requirements. 

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In Samutprakran the IOs have a copier right next to them at the counter. They had made a few copies for me when I missed something out. I've always found them friendly and helpful.

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1 hour ago, bobonzo said:

In Samutprakran the IOs have a copier right next to them at the counter. They had made a few copies for me when I missed something out. I've always found them friendly and helpful.

I'm staying in Jomtien, and this is the first time ever I've heard about an officer copying something when someone forgot a copy. They usually say, "you need a copy of this,go make outside and come back". 

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On 1/23/2020 at 5:53 PM, Phulublub said:

Reached over the desk, put my book in his copy machine and made the required copy.

Phulublub

 

I go next Monday.  What items did they require additional copies of? 

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On 1/24/2020 at 12:50 AM, gk10002000 said:

I agree the amounts must be huge.  Anybody have any actual knowledge of what they do with all the stuff? 

I have a friend, he got rich dealing in old paper.

 

On the way to Rayong there is a company doing the same business.

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