The Landlord Notification Receipt or commonly referred to as the TM30, is a very valuable document which all foreigners staying in Thailand are required to have. See also the TM 30 requirements. It is the responsibility of your landlord to notify the Immigration Bureau of any foreign national staying on his or her property within 24 hours. If your landlord has not done this, he or she will then be penalised for every adult foreigner in his or her property. Foreigners should not be the one paying for this fine.

TM30Landlord Notification Receipt (TM30)

Also, the landlord can complete this process and visit the Immigration Office in person; however there is a tendency that they will ask you to accompany them. When filing the notification at the Immigration Office, your landlord should have the following documents:

  • ·         Copy of his or her photo ID – signed in blue ink;
  • ·         Copy of the title deed, or house registration, for the property where you are staying – signed in blue ink;
  • ·         Copy of the rental contract;
  • ·         TM30 Form completely filled up – signed in blue ink;

Also, if you are currently staying in an apartment complex or flat or condominium, the TM30 process should be completed automatically, provided that you notified the establishment of your presence. You will then receive a paper from the owners which is needed to pick up the receipt when you go to the Immigration Office. You will need to bring the following documents when you go to the Immigration Bureau:

  • ·         Copy of the passport photo page – signed in blue ink;
  • ·         Copy of the passport visa page – signed in blue ink;
  • ·         Copy of the passport recent entry stamp page – signed in blue ink;
  • ·         Copy of your Departure Card (TM6) – signed in blue ink;

After receiving your TM30, the Head Office and the local office will require a copy to be kept in your file. Every time you move to a new location inside Thailand, this process should be done repeatedly, and as mentioned earlier, the landlord is responsible to notify immigration of your presence within 24 hours.

Also, after returning from an overseas trip, you will need to report to Immigration and update your TM30 with a new stamp, or at least have a new TM30 printed out.

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