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‘Better if you do’: Phuket Immigration chief urges foreigners to re-register addresses, even if staying off-island just one night

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why only fascinated with the exact where abouts 24/7 of foreigners?

Why not track trace locals first 24/7 and fix stray dogs in Phuket?

 

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1 hour ago, Maejo Man said:

When I go on one of my road trips I could be gone for several weeks. Surely it's the job of the hotel to notify immigration when you check in? When I return home it's my landlady's job to tell immigration I have returned.

Never had a problem traveling  the length and breadth of Thailand in the last 30 odd years, but times are changing!!

I think you are right, is the law different in Phuket?

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2 minutes ago, alant said:

My understanding is it is the property owner that is legally required to notify them, do you know something I don't?

 

I never said it wasn't. I was responding to a poster who said he registers which indicates it is his property. Maybe Condo, maybe with wife or whatever.

If you live in a rented property then you will know better than me, as I don't.

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1 hour ago, Thaiwrath said:

Overkill !

I have no objections to reporting every 90 days, but what they are asking for here is absolutely pathetic.

Surely, when you go to stay in a hotel for a few nights, it should not be too difficult to tell them you are already on the register, at a more permanent address, and the two can be matched up ?

But, then, This Is Thailand ! 

"This is Thailnd".......and a lot of other countries too...if one is to be believed?

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41 minutes ago, abrahamzvi said:

Does this apply ALSO to Permanent Residents (holding PR status)?

No.

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