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    OP said the father is the biological father... But what is important is whether or not the father registered himself as the father at the amphur.
    No registration, no rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior
    OP said the father is the biological father... But what is important is whether or not the father registered himself as the father at the amphur. No registration, no rights.
    Legitimizing the child at the Amphur can only take place once the child reaches the age of 7. Before that it can really only be done through a court. So Worrior you are correct in that until the father legitimizes the child he has no parental control.

    Edit: The father in this case obtained farang passports. I'll have to ask if he legitimized them also. He may think that by getting them farang passports they are legitamized.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b
    This was asked for and shown at departure in BKK and on arrival at UK Border. He was also asked questions about his Dad, "What's his name", "Where was he born", and so on.
    Took grandkids to Singapore last year. Same process at both ends as well. Parental consent letter needed. Go prepared.

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    My kids travelled out of Thailand on UK passports with me and my surname, immigration didn't bat an eyelid either end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    My kids travelled out of Thailand on UK passports with me and my surname,
    I dont know how you managed that without a tug, unless you entered on British passports... surely they would be flagged straight away for not having an entry stamp.

    I tried to use my daughters Brit one to leave and was taken to one side with the wife and made to use her Thai passport.

    I flew to Malaysia then and wasnt allowed to use her Brit passport to enter, they said she had to use the same passport she left the last country on.

    She has a few stamps in her Brit passport now though

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    This was back in 2010, might have changed since.

    They have full English names, born in England and travelling on British passports in and out of the Kingdom.

    Effectively and officially British so in theory and practice, no reason to question their travel with their parent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    My kids travelled out of Thailand on UK passports with me and my surname, immigration didn't bat an eyelid either end.
    Have heard this from others before. It all seems a little hit and miss.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    I dont know how you managed that without a tug, unless you entered on British passports... surely they would be flagged straight away for not having an entry stamp.
    Not if the kids were born in Thailand and obtained their first farang passport whilst here.

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    Yes if the kids were born in Thailand

    Of course theyll be the ones to be held back

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    You idiot Flouncy.

    This is about kids born in Thailand and leaving for the first time, ie, without an entry stamp in their Western passport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    This is about kids born in Thailand and leaving for the first time, ie, without an entry stamp in their Western passport.
    Sorry, it's not. I was just pointing out to Dillinger where a child may have a farang passport on exit that doesn't have an 'entry stamp' in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic
    Legitimizing the child at the Amphur can only take place once the child reaches the age of 7. Before that it can really only be done through a court.
    Which is what I did as we needed a passport for my son and I was unable to get married at the time (trying to divorce somebody I hadn't seen for 20 years )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    This is about kids born in Thailand and leaving for the first time, ie, without an entry stamp in their Western passport.
    Sorry, it's not. I was just pointing out to Dillinger where a child may have a farang passport on exit that doesn't have an 'entry stamp' in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    I was unable to get married at the time (trying to divorce somebody I hadn't seen for 20 years
    She done well making her escape.
    Lucky bitch, any chance of her doing my cross lotto numbers next week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    This is about kids born in Thailand and leaving for the first time, ie, without an entry stamp in their Western passport.
    Sorry, it's not. I was just pointing out to Dillinger where a child may have a farang passport on exit that doesn't have an 'entry stamp' in it.
    So these kids have Western passports with Entry Stamps??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    So these kids have Western passports with Entry Stamps??
    I don't know about that. I do know they've been out of the country in the past and returned. Both parents were with them at the time.

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    What about a child who resides in Thailand, born to a foreign parent, but is classed as Stateless?

    Not Rohingya, but thinking more Hill Tribe.

    Child has never left Thailand, has a valid UK Passport obtained by his caring father who has got his shite together and finally organised one for him.

    Mother doesn't agree to the egress, but she is Stateless, thus her voice is Mute under Thai Law? (question)

    The child in question is not Thai, thus Thai Laws do not apply? (question)
    ... asking on behalf of a Forum Friend
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