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Can anyone please tell me how long it takes to get the letter from Immigration (Bangkok) that you take to the LTO

 

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perhaps I can be educated here since having bought & registered in my name a ( used) car on Visa Exempt status in 2017, and properties here on Visa Exempt in 2004 & 2006, what has Imm. got to do with legally owning and registering a car or anything here ?

 

 

 

 

 

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15 hours ago, PFMills said:

Can anyone please tell me how long it takes to get the letter from Immigration (Bangkok) that you take to the LTO

 

Last time I got one from CW they told me two weeks, it arrived in just over one week.

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On 6/21/2021 at 8:29 PM, WhiteBuffaloATM said:

perhaps I can be educated here since having bought & registered in my name a ( used) car on Visa Exempt status in 2017, and properties here on Visa Exempt in 2004 & 2006, what has Imm. got to do with legally owning and registering a car or anything here ?

 

 

 

 

 

because one has to get certificate of residency to buy car. I had to last yr when i got new triton

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25 minutes ago, tinca tinca said:
On 6/21/2021 at 8:29 PM, WhiteBuffaloATM said:

perhaps I can be educated here since having bought & registered in my name a ( used) car on Visa Exempt status in 2017, and properties here on Visa Exempt in 2004 & 2006, what has Imm. got to do with legally owning and registering a car or anything here ?

 

 

 

  

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because one has to get certificate of residency to buy car. I had to last yr when i got new triton

 

But, it does seem that some people, WhiteBuffaloATM, for example, are lucky to have special exemptions from those Cert of Residence/WP requirements that the rest of us have to comply with in order to register vehicles in our names!   C'est la vie.

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23 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

 

But, it does seem that some people, WhiteBuffaloATM, for example, are lucky to have special exemptions from those Cert of Residence/WP requirements that the rest of us have to comply with in order to register vehicles in our names!   C'est la vie.

Don't know about WP exemption, but maybe, as myself, they are PR and the no need for Cert of Res.

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40 minutes ago, tinca tinca said:

because one has to get certificate of residency to buy car. I had to last yr when i got new triton

 

Does a yellow book suffice?

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2 minutes ago, jomtienisgood said:

I would think so as you are stated  as residing in there... 

need C of R ....it is a way of making MORE MONEY.....ones address is on back of old driving licence anyway......

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29 minutes ago, jomtienisgood said:
48 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

 

But, it does seem that some people, WhiteBuffaloATM, for example, are lucky to have special exemptions from those Cert of Residence/WP requirements that the rest of us have to comply with in order to register vehicles in our names!   C'est la vie.

Don't know about WP exemption, but maybe, as myself, they are PR and the no need for Cert of Res.

He said that he was here visa exempt, not with PR.  I believe a WP is an acceptable alternative to the CoR.

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16 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

He said that he was here visa exempt, not with PR.  I believe a WP is an acceptable alternative to the CoR.

Let's go find out ....

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14 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

He said that he was here visa exempt, not with PR.  I believe a WP is an acceptable alternative to the CoR.

 

Not all WP's have an address in them.

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5 hours ago, Ralf001 said:
5 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

He said that he was here visa exempt, not with PR.  I believe a WP is an acceptable alternative to the CoR.

 

Not all WP's have an address in them.

Didn't say that they did, I said that I believe LTD officers will accept a WP as an alternative to CoR.

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9 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Didn't say that they did, I said that I believe LTD officers will accept a WP as an alternative to CoR.

 

The certificate of residence is required... to provide an address.

 

Some work permits do not have an address, they do not satisfy the requirements of the Land transport Department and are not accepted.

 

Anything I've written above do you not understand ?

 

 

 

 

 

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15 hours ago, Ralf001 said:
15 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Didn't say that they did, I said that I believe LTD officers will accept a WP as an alternative to CoR.

 

The certificate of residence is required... to provide an address.

 

Some work permits do not have an address, they do not satisfy the requirements of the Land transport Department and are not accepted.

 

Anything I've written above do you not understand ?

Can you not read any of what I've written?   

 

I said that I believe LTD officers will accept a WP as an alternative to CoR.   I believe that is correct (regardless of whether the WP shows an address).

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31 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Can you not read any of what I've written?   

 

I said that I believe LTD officers will accept a WP as an alternative to CoR.   I believe that is correct (regardless of whether the WP shows an address).

 

Which part of they only accept IF THEY HAVE AN ADDRESS is it that you are struggling to understand ?

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22 hours ago, jomtienisgood said:

I would think so as you are stated  as residing in there... 

I have a yellow book and pink ID card and my local DLT office in Chiang Mai Province still require the certificate of residence even for renewing the driving licence

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20 minutes ago, Ralf001 said:

 

Which part of they only accept IF THEY HAVE AN ADDRESS is it that you are struggling to understand ?

Ok, as you typed in bolded, underlined capitals you must be right, I suppose!   

 

FYI, some LTDs do accept WP in the absence of a CoR, whether you like it, or understand it or not. 

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1 hour ago, StevieAus said:

I have a yellow book and pink ID card and my local DLT office in Chiang Mai Province still require the certificate of residence even for renewing the driving licence

Not in CNX - Hang Dong - late last year

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2 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Ok, as you typed in bolded, underlined capitals you must be right, I suppose!   

 

FYI, some LTDs do accept WP in the absence of a CoR, whether you like it, or understand it or not. 

They accept a document that does not have an address in it as proof of an address.

 

Yeah righto.

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2 hours ago, StevieAus said:

I have a yellow book and pink ID card and my local DLT office in Chiang Mai Province still require the certificate of residence even for renewing the driving licence

Same as usual... different province / City = Different rules / requirements... 

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6 minutes ago, RafPinto said:

I have a Tesco loyalty card. I will try that one.

 

Make sure you get your club points!

 

We know how sneaky they are.

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