Thailand scraps strict reporting requirements for expats

Pedro Gonçalves
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Thailand scraps strict reporting requirements for expats

Thailand has scrapped the controversial TM28 form's change-of-address reporting requirements for all but a few expats. According to the new requirements, while TM28 is still listed, a long list of exceptions have been added, which for all intents and purposes means that almost no one is now required to submit a TM28 form. In 2019 a crackdown on the TM28 and TM30 forms caused an uproar in sections of the expat community who cried foul about their lives being made more difficult, and the ...

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