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New Retirement Visa - Address Reporting Requirement When Changing Residences?


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I recently acquired the one year Non-O retirement visa extension.  I haven't done my first 90-day address report yet.  I changed residences today (within the same city, if that matters).  My landlord is aware of the TM.30 reporting requirement and will comply.

 

Is there anything required of me, with respect to the 90-day address reporting requirement?  Do I have make an early report because I changed residences or is that covered by the submission of the TM.30?

 

I checked the documentation I was given and the Thai Immigration webpage, but wasn't able to find an answer.

 

Thank you in advance...

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You should get proof from your landlord did the report. If done online a screen shot would be accepted.

You will do your first report 90 days after the day you applied for your extension if it was the first one.

Changing addresses does not change your report due date.

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1 minute ago, ubonjoe said:

You should get proof from your landlord did the report. If done online a screen shot would be accepted.

You will do your first report 90 days after the day you applied for your extension if it was the first one.

Changing addresses does not change your report due date.

That's the reply I was hoping to get. 

 

Thanks so much for your lightening fast reply!

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