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  Hi there,I’m current on a non o thai child which will expire in march.I will be 50

  end of february and gonna apply for retirement extension because this is the least

  hassle and the money is no problem.What I want too know is do I have to show a rental

  contract or is it ok to just show the TM 30 form as I’m living together with my baby and 

  girlfriend (Mother of our child) in the house of my girlfriend and obviously don’t pay rent.

  As you never can be sure with immigration and they maybe demand to see a rental contract

  in order to give me the extension I just could make one to please them if necessary.

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Which Office will you be using?

I use Jomtien and have only ever needed to show a bill in my name, with the same address.

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You do not need a rental agreement in your case. Just a copy of your child's mother's house book and ID card signed by her. At the most other that that would be a short statement that your and her child were living with her.

A TM30 form may be needed unless you have not done one since your last entry to the country.

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   Hi.thanks for your replies.

   I’ll be using the Korat Office.living together and paying the

   Bills 😄😩 but all in girlfriend name.allways done my TM 30

   and everything by the rules.

   Was just thinking of getting a rental contract made up in case

    Immigration would make a problem about this.Maybe somebody

    in same position and also using Korat Office know about this?

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20 hours ago, Nomoneynohoney said:

   Hi.thanks for your replies.

   I’ll be using the Korat Office.living together and paying the

   Bills 😄😩 but all in girlfriend name.allways done my TM 30

   and everything by the rules.

   Was just thinking of getting a rental contract made up in case

    Immigration would make a problem about this.Maybe somebody

    in same position and also using Korat Office know about this?

As Ubonjoe said,you don't need a rental contract,because you don't rent. You need copies of your wifes blue house book and her thai ID-card, both sides,and signed by her in blue ink. That's your proof of residence. 

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6 minutes ago, chilly07 said:

The rental contract could attract a land tax liability

How?

They are not registered anywhere.

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I am in exactly the same situation as you, and last June for the first time ever I was required to have a rental contract even though I do not rent. Easy, just go to the stationary shop,buy a rental form (3 baht) fill it in, show zero rent, find a shop that sells stamp tax stamps, this was 30 Baht affix it to the agreement after it's been

signed by your girlfriend, you will need to provide a copy of your girlfriends housebook and ID card, duly signed. Every office is different, mine was Kanchanaburi and as per the others they make the rules up as they go.

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On 1/27/2020 at 5:29 PM, Nomoneynohoney said:

   Hi.thanks for your replies.

   I’ll be using the Korat Office.living together and paying the

   Bills 😄😩 but all in girlfriend name.allways done my TM 30

   and everything by the rules.

   Was just thinking of getting a rental contract made up in case

    Immigration would make a problem about this.Maybe somebody

    in same position and also using Korat Office know about this?

have your girlfriend write a statement to immigration stating she is renting and you are living with her.  attach that to a copy of the rental contract.

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