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Seriously very happy for you! Glad you got through that, and it worked out. Sometimes that is what you have to do - remain calm and carry on.

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really can't think of another country that you would be able to able to stay under this situation, consider yourself lucky you're not sitting on a plane out of here..

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13 minutes ago, Damual Travesty said:

Seriously very happy for you! Glad you got through that, and it worked out. Sometimes that is what you have to do - remain calm and carry on.

It's by no means worked out yet. I will most likely post an update tomorrow, I hope it will be good news, but am by no means counting on it. Thanks for your support.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

really can't think of another country that you would be able to able to stay under this situation, consider yourself lucky you're not sitting on a plane out of here..

I am not looking for another country.

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Just now, from the home of CC said:

yet..

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Which friendly police office did you have the foresight to report your address?

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Just now, DrJack54 said:

Which friendly police office did you have the foresight to report your address?

I think it needs to be done at the local police station. For me it was Klong Tan, and yes, they were quite approachable. 

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Just now, neverere said:

I think it needs to be done at the local police station. For me it was Klong Tan, and yes, they were quite approachable. 

Reporting of address at police stations was available years ago.

However your stating you did that so ok.

New to me in recent years.

I'm happy for you if what you state is true.

For some reason sounds fairytale

 

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Just now, neverere said:

I think it needs to be done at the local police station. For me it was Klong Tan, and yes, they were quite approachable. 

It's in my experience a fairly quick and painless procedure, I have done the same upcountry to renew my driving license, after being denied in Bangkok.

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22 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Reporting of address at police stations was available years ago.

However your stating you did that so ok.

New to me in recent years.

I'm happy for you if what you state is true.

For some reason sounds fairytale

 

Maybe you are thinking of 90 day report ?

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23 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Reporting of address at police stations was available years ago.

However your stating you did that so ok.

New to me in recent years.

I'm happy for you if what you state is true.

For some reason sounds fairytale

 

It was in late March, I think. I last did it in upcountry early March.

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23 minutes ago, neverere said:

It was in late March, I think. I last did it in upcountry early March.

You did what last March. Report exactly what? What does up country mean. You need report address to wherever imm office you deal with.  That will not be police station.

If your eg Udon Thani then state that.

It will not be cop shop. Nonsense thread.

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