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    What about children from TG

    Not have children but think very important if the TG have children.

    Visa more hard work with children.

    Do they have family support.

    I ask this question for the people to talk about.. China spot have new daughter.

    Not easy for children before.
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    Not a problem at all for most older (35+) farang men.

    Many have "lost" their own children in the divorce and are happy to be a "Dad" again - even at a distance.

    Also many farang marry & fail and then marry again - so it is normal for farang men to get an "instant family" when they re-marry (to a TG or another farang woman).

    When we are in Thailand Mrs M is automatically seen as some "ajarn" on all things farang by other TGs - I can still see one TG we met whilst waiting in the bank, her new (and first) farang BF was sending her 10k (slightly more than her monthly salary in the laundry around the corner).

    She had a four year old son and although the new BF said that didn't matter this girl was having trouble believing that - it would matter to a Thai man - and I can still hear her whispering in Thai to Mrs M as she stared sideways at me and I pretended not to notice ...
    "They really don't care that you have a child already? Jing?(Truly?)"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minder View Post
    Not a problem at all for most older (35+) farang men.

    Many have "lost" their own children in the divorce and are happy to be a "Dad" again - even at a distance.

    Also many farang marry & fail and then marry again - so it is normal for farang men to get an "instant family" when they re-marry (to a TG or another farang woman).

    When we are in Thailand Mrs M is automatically seen as some "ajarn" on all things farang by other TGs - I can still see one TG we met whilst waiting in the bank, her new (and first) farang BF was sending her 10k (slightly more than her monthly salary in the laundry around the corner).

    She had a four year old son and although the new BF said that didn't matter this girl was having trouble believing that - it would matter to a Thai man - and I can still hear her whispering in Thai to Mrs M as she stared sideways at me and I pretended not to notice ...
    "They really don't care that you have a child already? Jing?(Truly?)"

    Enjoy...
    Exactly right Minder,

    I am looking forward to being a "DAD" again to a ten year old. Something that was missing in my life......

    Nong Dao, good topic for discussion. Many men about to have instant families and good to talk about.......

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    It would be an honour for me to look after Thips son.... I'm sure he will be a good fit in our family.
    Our only problem is that Thips ex mother in law looks after him and is reluctant to let him leave Thailand. It will be a longer road for his visa than what it took to get Thips.
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    Mekong Beach Boy, Mook was NOT being looked after by her dead father's family and i insisted on Mook rejoining Sureeporn at Na San. After the trip where i got to meet all of the family including Mook's fathers parents, they started making noises about getting Mook Back .... Cha Ching$$$.. This is NOT going to happen and S has already told them to take a jump in the lake when they press her for money now.

    S Yai and Family will take care of Mook when S is here and they I will support.....

    I knew about Nong Mook when i got fair dinkum about myself and Sureeporn.

    Nong Mook loves me as a father as i love her as a daughter and we are thick as thieves (Very close, much love Nong Dao) Will it be easy or always happy? Who knows but I am Mooks Father now and i remain committed to my 3 daughters. Courtney is looking forward to meeting her new littlest sister and mook is looking forward to having 2 big sisters and they already state thier intentions to look after each other.

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    well kids come with the package so if you don't love them (kids in general I mean) you had better sort that out before marrying. a thought going on from previous topics covered. would you pay sinsot to a family for a wife who already has children and you are taking on their care?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bacwaan View Post
    well kids come with the package so if you don't love them (kids in general I mean) you had better sort that out before marrying. a thought going on from previous topics covered. would you pay sinsot to a family for a wife who already has children and you are taking on their care?
    I think this goes against the general rule of sin soht..... but then again rules are meant to be broken and if you can collect sin soht twice why wouldn't it at least be requested!
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    What is frequently overlooked is that in many cases the kids (If any) are being taken care of on a daily basis by the grandparents.
    Usually mum has had to go somewhere else to work full time to support the kids financially. She doesn't keep money for herself, mostly it goes straight back to the carers.
    Bottom line is if you put mum out of work you gotta pay somehow.....and that adds up to taking care of someone elses kids.
    And where the hell was Biggles.....?....when you needed him last Saturday....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spot View Post
    Mekong Beach Boy, Mook was NOT being looked after by her dead father's family and i insisted on Mook rejoining Sureeporn at Na San. After the trip where i got to meet all of the family including Mook's fathers parents, they started making noises about getting Mook Back .... Cha Ching$$$.. This is NOT going to happen and S has already told them to take a jump in the lake when they press her for money now.

    S Yai and Family will take care of Mook when S is here and they I will support.....

    I knew about Nong Mook when i got fair dinkum about myself and Sureeporn.

    Nong Mook loves me as a father as i love her as a daughter and we are thick as thieves (Very close, much love Nong Dao) Will it be easy or always happy? Who knows but I am Mooks Father now and i remain committed to my 3 daughters. Courtney is looking forward to meeting her new littlest sister and mook is looking forward to having 2 big sisters and they already state thier intentions to look after each other.

    Whoops I forgot to add IME IMHO...

    My experience is not one that can be Generalised. I've said this before.... IMHO my generalisation IME is that I am on a good thing for me, and my new family, And my support from the TD Family... IMHO Khup
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    My partner is childless (MBA @ 20) but cared for her sisters children after their father died and mum re-married.
    IME Thai guys are not too interested in their TG's previous kids.
    So I've inherited a 16 y.o. niece who we care for and school - this has its challenges but is very rewarding overall to see another one "rescued".
    At least learning English will greatly increase her job chances.
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    I have my stepdaughter who is 8,I don't call her my stepdaughter.

    And we have a 3 month old daughter.

    I love both equally, they both bring me so much joy, as does my amazing wife.
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    Interested in any information that can be shared regarding visa's for kids; and the way in which you can know definitively whether your TG's child can exit Thailand and enter your country.

    I had been thinking that I would know for sure at the time of granting a visa to Australia, however in thinking further about this that doesn't provide assurance that the child will be permitted to exit Thailand by Thai immigration.

    Any thoughts or experience?
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    If the TG has full custody of the child she can bring them with her. Sometimes the natural father must sign over full custody before it can happen.

    I read about this over on PI where a BM described his experiences in bringing his TG and daughter to USA. The father was in gaol and didn't want to sign but eventually did with sufficient inducements/pressure.

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    ^^^^
    In that case IIRC the mother had legal custody but still was required to get the father's signature to get the US visa?
    So maybe a US requirement.
    For Thai Immi - certainly legal custody is required (from another case where the farang father took his leuk krung son to the UK).

    In any case allow extra time at the airport.
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    Natural father's rights - in Australia!?

    Who'd thought ...





    Just a sarcy moment.555!

    Seems the same as the US example I quoted.
    In the UK example the child had a UK passport via the father registering his son's birth at the UK Embassy in Bangkok.
    Last edited by Zablive; 5th March 2013 at 11:25.

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    Will be attempting to get a passport next month, which sounds like just the first hurdle.
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    Sheesh maybe this is another thread.

    Do we love each other - Not one doubt in the world..
    Do I love her daughter and she me - No doubt in the world...
    S wants another child from me, I am 53 on march 16. Can I make up my mind - No way in this world.........

    I would love another child especially to S. I am no spring chicken and am currently dealing with what is best for our 2 aussie one thai daughters...

    Family is pushing for a Thai Aussie Daughter (Both sides) I would love it, however I have to reamin realistic and want to one day be wealthy enough to still take care of both families......

    How do I broach this with S, I cant do it over phone....... Next face to face is likely August September..... Thai CC visa app again...
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    Enough time to go and get the snip Spot, then you can try and make babies as much as you like
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