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Could You send the old chap away ?. I couldn't. Law or No Law, he aint got much time left anyway.

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2 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Why would it be illegal?   There are no IB regulations requiring that lump sum money in the bank has to come from an IB-approved source.

It has to be you're money, not someone elses 

You need to show immigration that the money come from your bank account abroad as well and it was transferred to Thailand .

   I recall last year, two Indians getting arrested for lending 800 000 Baht for the other to get the visa

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5 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

Report the Farang hotline is obviously working well...

He had a good run though !!

No worries Michael. Head back to Deutschland, change your name, get a new passport, see you next year! 😉 
#good guys back in#

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1 minute ago, CorpusChristie said:
5 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

Why would it be illegal?   There are no IB regulations requiring that lump sum money in the bank has to come from an IB-approved source.

It has to be you're money, not someone elses 

You need to show immigration that the money come from your bank account abroad as well and it was transferred to Thailand .

"It has to be you're money, not someone elses"

It has to be in a bank account in the applicant's name, that's all.

 

"You need to show immigration that the money come from your bank account abroad as well and it was transferred to Thailand".

As far as the lump sum method is concerned, no, you do not have to prove that to IB.

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2 minutes ago, Bob A Kneale said:

"It has to be you're money, not someone elses"

It has to be in a bank account in the applicant's name, that's all.

 

"You need to show immigration that the money come from your bank account abroad as well and it was transferred to Thailand".

As far as the lump sum method is concerned, no, you do not have to prove that to IB.

No, you initially have to show the money got transferred into Thailand from abroad .

Maybe not after the first time of renewal, but first time you have to provide the money transfer from abroad code

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that is about seven years overstay. strange that he did not get monitored. does the immigaration department not have a system of tracking overstayers?

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I see the BMW is doing its job......the cops couldn't catch hi for 7 years until the Beemer came along.....go expensive cars. How about a Smart Porsche for our outstanding BIB?

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5 hours ago, Mister T said:

He is a well liked man, has always gone out of his way to help people, both Thai and foreigner. Most of us knew of his visa situation, so I doubt he was grassed up.

Do you know how he got caught ?

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Obviously the immigration rules and actions don't work very well if something like this and many similar cases cannot be prevented. 

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