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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Punk Flake hates to be proved wrong.... But he is an expert in that respect. Vacant just like an empty motel room.
    You are so dim, that you do not realise my previous post answered your post .
    I just cannot speak to idiots anymore ,
    From my post #44 above

    "Yes, there was a law bought in a few years ago stating that kids will be given ID cards at 7 years old , but they got swamped by applications and ran out of ID cards and decided NOT to make them compulsory , just make them available to kids who apply"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    From my post #44 above

    "Yes, there was a law bought in a few years ago stating that kids will be given ID cards at 7 years old , but they got swamped by applications and ran out of ID cards and decided NOT to make them compulsory , just make them available to kids who apply"
    Here you go Flakey.......



    When my kids were 13 the wife took them to the amphur office to get Thai ID's. There the mom and kids were admonished for waiting so long to get them.... Hmmm.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Here you go Flakey.......

    We are trying to have a sensible discussion, you and pragmatic are Turing it into a shitfest
    Could you two go and find something better to do , you are ruining the thread .
    Join in the sensible discussion or dont post and just read .
    If you both cannot behave yourselfs , you both need to be supervised

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post

    When my kids were 13 the wife took them to the amphur office to get Thai ID's. There the mom and kids were admonished for waiting so long to get them.... Hmmm.......

    Yes, but that was my point .
    ID cards are voluntary from the ages of 7-14 and only become compulsory at 15 years of age .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    Yes, but that was my point .
    ID cards are voluntary from the ages of 7-14 and only become compulsory at 15 years of age .
    Liar liar liar pants on fire. Fkcu off Fluke, go spread your shit on some other forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    Yes, but that was my point .
    Aging Ones kids were 13+years of age when the law came out, hence why they didn't have a ID card prior to that. You thick twat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Liar liar liar pants on fire. Fkcu off Fluke, go spread your shit on some other forum.
    What a moronic reply .
    Now stop trolling and stop disrupting the thread with idiotic senseless posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    Now stop trolling and stop disrupting the thread with idiotic senseless posts
    Hypocritical wanker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    There the mom and kids were admonished for waiting so long to get them.... Hmmm.......
    To be fair, AO, you should know as well as I that every Thai office has a different interpretation of the regulations, and every officer has his/her own take within that office.
    My wife was admonished for three things when she applied for a government school job last week; 1. Her place of birth to which her ID is tied was considered "baan nok" and how can a baan nok person be a teacher? 2. Her masters degree in education was not the batchelors degree the vacancy called for, and 3. when she in response showed her batchelors in English, she was asked in a critical way, why did she need to have 3 degrees? Go figure.
    (And between you and me, the details of that anecdote PLUS quite a few other tribulations in her application process have seriously contributed to my leery attitude of late).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    To be fair, AO, you should know as well as I that every Thai office has a different interpretation of the regulations, and every officer has his/her own take within that office.
    My wife was admonished for three things when she applied for a government school job last week; 1. Her place of birth to which her ID is tied was considered "baan nok" and how can a baan nok person be a teacher? 2. Her masters degree in education was not the batchelors degree the vacancy called for, and 3. when she in response showed her batchelors in English, she was asked in a critical way, why did she need to have 3 degrees? Go figure.
    (And between you and me, the details of that anecdote PLUS quite a few other tribulations in her application process have seriously contributed to my leery attitude of late).
    No, its quite straightforward : In 2011 the Thai Gov announced that all 7 + year olds need to get Thai I.D , the Gov offices were then swamped by people applying and they ran out of I.D. cards and they couldnt process anymore applications .
    I think there was a change of Government soon after and they abandoned the scheme as being compulsory and made it voluntary because they were unable to cope with the demand .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
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    Negates all you posted.

    Yes your theory not a fact. You presented it quite well. But the fact remains they are compulsory before 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    there was a change of Government soon after and they abandoned the scheme as being compulsory and made it voluntary because they were unable to cope with the demand .
    Show the link you lying fcukwit. It was never voluntary because as of the date the law came in every child age 7 and over had to produce their ID card at any government office they attended. Also at their local government hospital and to be shown before taking exams.
    Now fcuk off Fluke you prick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Negates all you posted.

    Yes your theory not a fact. You presented it quite well. But the fact remains they are compulsory before 15.
    Maybe its the law, I dont know , but if its a law, then its an law that isnt upheld or enforced in anyway .
    If its a law thats upheld , can you show me any evidance of any 7-15 year olds (or their parents) being prosecuted in Court for not having an I.D card ?
    I have spoken to some Thai family's with kids that age and I have asked them whether their kids have ID and they all said "no need" , my friends daughter aged 15 recently got her first ID card

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    I have spoken to some Thai family's with kids that age and I have asked them whether their kids have ID and they all said "no need" , my friends daughter aged 15 recently got her first ID card
    How will they be able to register for Mattayom School, or go to a hospital with no ID? How will they be able to take a flight? Even the one that will drive you crazy. How could they get a passport? " My name is Flukes son, trust me?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    How will they be able to register for Mattayom School, or go to a hospital with no ID? How will they be able to take a flight? Even the one that will drive you crazy. How could they get a passport? " My name is Flukes son, trust me?"
    Thai IDs are given out at 7 years old at the earliest , are you suggesting that under 7's cannot enroll in School or visit hospitals because they go no Thai ID ?
    Over sevens with no ID can register at schools and hospitals the way under 7s can and thats by using their Birth certifacte in school or using their parents ID at hospitals.
    How do under 7's with no ID get on flights ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    Over sevens with no ID can register at schools and hospitals the way under 7s can and thats by using their Birth certifacte in school or using their parents ID at hospitals
    That is a complete fcuking lie.
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    How do under 7's with no ID get on flights ?
    The children are registered in the mother's Blue Book if I'm not mistaken. Now fcuk off you ignorant twat.

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    When a Thai child is born they get a 13 digit number. That remains with them till death. It's also the number that goes on their ID card. At the hospital a baby will be issued a yellow card with the 13 digit number on. They use that as ID at their local hospital until they turn 7.
    To fly internally their birth cert has to be shown. Outside, obviously a valid passport. Other ID used before 7, ie school, is the mothers blue book which the child should be registered.


    Now will you fcuk off you dipshit Fluke.,

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishlocker View Post
    My gal may test positive. No not HIV you silly cnuts. Can't rub that off. Can you?
    Can'i seem to respond your notification.

    You are welcome anytime, as are all people who get out this far, hard bed, but has air con, come on over, drop me a PM and I will meet you on the main road.

    That go for anyone out this way, don't get many tourist or visitors, all welcome, bed a some food will be waiting,

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    A test even snubbs would fail.Honestly now.

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    Still running the race James. We will let you know, thanks for the offer, really.

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    From today's news. It seems now to be 10 years rather than the 15 years previously reported.


    National News Bureau Of Thailand | Three boys of Wild Boar football team being assessed for Thai citizenship

    BANGKOK, 13th July 2018 (NNT) -The Department of Children and Youth (DCY) is to meet with 3 of the 12 Wild Boar football team boys to see whether they qualify to receive Thai citizenship.

    DCY Director-General Vitat Techabun said today that the three stateless boys, must have been born and have lived in Thailand for a minimum of 10 years in order to be granted Thai citizenship.

    Interior officials will visit the boys after they leave the hospital to examine their backgrounds. The DCY Director-General said the citizenship process will be carried out according to a Cabinet resolution.
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