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Phuket Immigration tightens visitor notification rules

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They should consider making it easier for foreigners rather than harder and more complicated. I really don't think they have a reasonable idea of how to make things good for people. There is always this constant split on the issue of both wanting and not wanting foreigners.

It's like dating a schizophrenic girlfriend who has friends that are police...!

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Since the foreigner not has to do anything here aren't they making it easier?

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Some easily excited posters seem to think Immigrations wants tourists or foreign residents to do something more. The regulation referred to is the one requiring hotels, guest houses, etc to report the presence of foreign guests.

“The master, owner or possessor of a residence, or the hotel manager where the alien, having receiving permission to stay temporarily in the Kingdom, is lodging, must notify the competent official of the Immigration Office located in the same area … within 24 hours of the time of arrival of the foreigner concerned.

Maybe before throwing a hissy fit, it would be a good idea to read what was written in the O/P.

But wouldn't the alien resident reporting requirements also apply to a foreign-owned condo, for example, that is occupied (whether rented or not) by a foreigner? That might be overlooked. But if the foreign owner is occupying the condo himself, wouldn't reporting himself to immigration for extension be sufficient?

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Maybe someone with an inactive post just realized they cannot control their own people thus he came up with the brilliant idea: Ok then let's control the farrangs a little more.

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"...must notify the competent official of the Immigration Office"

Now all you have to do is find him!

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Whats the Immo form number and where can I download it please?

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Whats the Immo form number and where can I download it please?

TM 30 (2 forms). Google Thai Immigration and you will see a link to immigration forms.

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One word "PLONKERS " !

I guess you care NOT that most people have no idea what the word refers to.

Why not write Ting Tong or Bababobo ? cheesy.gif

Maybe the Phuket Police ignore that we can sleep in all Wat that exist in Thailand;

I think nearly 90,000 ...?

I know in the north of Thailand and in Issan so many GH/Resorts/Hotels they never ask for the passport ... tongue.png

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When the hell is this stupid shit going to stop. We report our address every 90 days and at extension of stay. What the hell else do these idiots want. They have computers update are address at the time of reporting and extending stay.

The Thai Gestapo. Soon we'll all have to wear yellow stars on our clothes.

Go home, then you won't.

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"notifications can be made online"................just as long as you can read and write Thai that is.

you "not being able to read or write Thai" - farang do not have to do anything about this notification; your hotel, hostel, private host, girlfriend or your brothel or beer bar ... whereever you spend most of your time ... - has to take care of this

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When the hell is this stupid shit going to stop. We report our address every 90 days and at extension of stay. What the hell else do these idiots want. They have computers update are address at the time of reporting and extending stay.

The people staying less than 90 days need to be kept track of too. It is common in many countries for visitor's addresses to be reported to the government.

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And they also it in every single European country, at least as far as hotels are concerned.

Do they have it in the United Kingdom?

I do not think they have it in the Republic of Ireland either.

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