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Hi, i need a residence certificate to open a bank account, in Hua Hin immigration office they charge 500 THB. Is it the price ?

 

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5 hours ago, jeab1980 said:

Don't forget police stations do them as well. 

Police station can do it ? How much it cost ?

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7 minutes ago, noopin2014 said:

Police station can do it ? How much it cost ?

499 Baht, you still save 1 Baht

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Just to get my two cents in, I had to pay 1000 baht at Nonthaburi Immigration when I needed a residence certificate to get my driving licence. As another poster wrote, it was the lesser of two evils because it was done on the spot.

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Last time I got one from Khon Kaen police station it cost me nil zero nothing. However I gave the nice policeman upstairs who did it for me with a smile 200bht (awaiting the normal response for giving tips. )

He actually asked for some tea money. I gave him 200bht too

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I have a car and 2 scooters and needed the certificate each time  to put them in my name.

So far Ive paid , 300 , nothing and 1000 for it.

The 'nothing' was when there was a big outcry and the boss of Phuket immigration came out and said it should be free and policed that.

1000 was after he was transferred.

I believe its 500 at Patong and perhaps free at Phuket Town at present.

 

Suggesting another branch to the OP is good advice.

The only short coming with a far off 'branch' I have found , is when I need a letter to extend my Retirement Visa , and the letter from the Bank about having deposited 800,000 baht has to be acquired from that Branch only.

 

Heaven help anyone who banks with K-Bank  and  transfers across the country  without closing their bank account before moving.

My K-Bank refuses to close any account without me physically present at the accounts Branch to do so.

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Yes, it is 500 Baht for a residence certificate at Hua Hin Immigration. I just was asked to pay this amount yesterday, did not receive a receipt though.....:sad:

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