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Australian Embassy Consular Outreach - Chiang Mai Visit 17 August

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The next Australian Embassy consular visit to Chiang Mai for notarial and passport services will be held on Friday, 17 August 2018 at:

Le Méridien Chiang Mai
108 Chang Klan Road
Tambol Chang Klan, Amphur Muang
Chiang Mai 50100 Thailand
T +66 (0)53 253 666

The program takes place between 9.00am to 12.00pm and 1.00pm to 3.00pm. Appointments for the outreach are not required and clients will be served on a first come, first serve basis.

 

For further information on the services provided at the outreach, please visit: 
http://thailand.embassy.gov.au/…/Consular_Outreach_Visits.h…

Before attending the outreach, please ensure you have completed the correct forms and have the required supporting documentation. Further information on passport requirements and notarial services can be viewed at: 
Passports: http://thailand.embassy.gov.au/…/Australian_Passports_Page.… 
Notarials: http://thailand.embassy.gov.au/bkok/Notarial_Services.html

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The British embassy regretfully declines to do similar outreaches.. They should be embarrassed!

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2 hours ago, Chassa said:

Never see you in the North- East.

AT least it is better to come to Chiang Mai, than not at all

Or you could go to Bangkok

The British embassy does not support there people

IMHO

 

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Hope the Au Embassy staff have a most pleasant stay, and compile their claim forms for travel & expenses. Heaven forbid if they have to do any 'work'. Can't have any breaking in tradition on these rorts!

 

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49 minutes ago, crutchy26 said:

Hope the Au Embassy staff have a most pleasant stay, and compile their claim forms for travel & expenses. Heaven forbid if they have to do any 'work'. Can't have any breaking in tradition on these rorts!

 

Not sure where your thinking is

A bit disappointing to hear this statement

We are lucky they come up

If they did not we would have to travel to Bangkok

This would cost us more money

Plus we are lucky they now come up more often

Than they used to come up

I doubt that they would rort on such a small outreach  visit

After all they are here for such a small time

Most of the costs would be paid by the Embassy

This is not a normal overnight stay from Bangkok

IMHO

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Why do they only do CM. Why not Khon Kaen  & other larger centres..

RORT: The practice of government employees sucking the system, for all they CAN. What are the chances that their housing is subsidised? Travel money? Posh hotels...…….gimme a break

 

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"The British embassy regretfully declines to do similar outreaches.. They should be embarrassed!"

Shot not embarrassed.

Well done the POHMs nice to see you have a decent government, ours Stinks.

 

john 

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On ‎8‎/‎16‎/‎2018 at 10:10 AM, Lizard2010 said:

Not sure where your thinking is

A bit disappointing to hear this statement

We are lucky they come up

If they did not we would have to travel to Bangkok

This would cost us more money

Plus we are lucky they now come up more often

Than they used to come up

I doubt that they would rort on such a small outreach  visit

After all they are here for such a small time

Most of the costs would be paid by the Embassy

This is not a normal overnight stay from Bangkok

IMHO

Agree .As Aussies we are indeed forunate they come to CM where in a world where our respective countries are on  money saving missions ,outsourcing services and selling their properties if they can.The last Australian passport I got proved to be very expensive. A return flight to Bangkok when "specials" were not on , a night out with former colleagues until 3am and a terrible "Chang draught " hangover when now I could just roll up in CM at maybe a cost of a coffee.

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3 hours ago, crutchy26 said:

Why do they only do CM. Why not Khon Kaen  & other larger centres..

RORT: The practice of government employees sucking the system, for all they CAN. What are the chances that their housing is subsidised? Travel money? Posh hotels...…….gimme a break

 

I would think it logical

Chiang Mai and the Northern Area has over 2000 Aussies living up here

Khon Kaen is closer to Bangkok than Chiang Mai

Maybe those areas do not have so many people living their

You can go to Bangkok quicker and cheaper than us or anyone living up further Chaing Rai Or Mai Sae

We are lucky they come about every 2 months

It was 3 months before

 

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