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23 minutes ago, pineapple01 said:

Thanks. i will leave it at that. Any reply from Me  would not be appreciated.

Thank you, greatly apprecitiate it. 

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Hi All, For those who are interested, the application process for Thai Citizenship in my case went as follows: Late 2003 - Picked up the checklist from the Police Headquarters on Rama 1 Road Janu

Loads of names published in the RG today and I am one them! Exactly 3 months to the day since taking the oath 😀

Not sure why you chose to go through all this humiliation ! But you obviously had your reasons ! If you are from Africa or the Indian Sub-Continent or such, then Thai citizenship may be regarded as u

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2 hours ago, heiri007 said:

Is there a monthly or yearly quota for farangs, Indians, Chinese, etc. who get approved?

No

On applications for permanent residency have quotas. It the same 100 people per country every year when announced.

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Hello everyone,

What would be the problem if during the process your house/apartment/condo where you have registered your address in yellow book is sold? and you have no other address where you can re-register?

Thanks.

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41 minutes ago, Medinitas said:

Hello everyone,

What would be the problem if during the process your house/apartment/condo where you have registered your address in yellow book is sold? and you have no other address where you can re-register?

Thanks.

 

 

If it was me id get one where my wife has hers as a last resort. Remember all your post rg will be done where you are registered 

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5 minutes ago, david143 said:

sitting arrangements has been changed to New Normal .
#interviewsthainatioanalitythailand

 

I don't remember that video screen but the whole setup looks less intimidating 

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4 minutes ago, yankee99 said:

I don't remember that video screen but the whole setup looks less intimidating 

we all done in old style screen always behind us,

this time they re arrange sitting.

good for those who still waiting at least they will know how to sit in new normal

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19 hours ago, Medinitas said:

Hello everyone,

What would be the problem if during the process your house/apartment/condo where you have registered your address in yellow book is sold? and you have no other address where you can re-register?

Thanks.

I think that an application from a homeless person wouldn't look too great. Do you not have any family/friends to help here? If not, just rent a cheap apartment somewhere.

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My interview with MOI was in Jan'20 and understand from them that my application is now at the last step (i.e. awaiting H.M King's signatory at the palace). 

 

However, also understand there are batches before me also at this point (i.e. Gabba, David etc) and so God Knows when my application will be officially royally endorsed. 

 

Now here is where I need some advise. I am looking to quit my job and not find a new one. Will this cause a problem now that I am past the MOI stage or should I just suck up and wait out the last part of this beautiful journey just to be sure? 

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You could resign from your job & you may never be asked to present your work permit again during the application process. However, it's not worth the risk as it could derail your application. Personally I would stick with the job for what is likely to be a matter of months. Reward yourself with the occasional treat for sticking with the job.

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Hello everyone,

What would be the problem if during the process your house/apartment/condo where you have registered your address in yellow book is sold? and you have no other address where you can re-register?

Thanks.

 

@Medinitas

That happened to me and I didn’t even know it until the entire process was done and I had my certificate. Before getting Thai ID you need a letter/signature from the yellow book house owner. Since I didn’t know who that was due to the sale, I applied for a change at the Khaet from yellow book into wife’s blue book in another province. It was a bit of a hassle that took a few months to straighten out. MOI had to sign of documents on the change, then the new province issued my Thai ID without issue.

 

Bottom line, the sale of the yellow book condo did not affect the end result!

 

Good Luck!

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2 hours ago, Kwarium said:

Ends up I had to show WP at the oath taking ceremony at SB, when I got my certificate.

What certificate did you get at the Oath?

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