Thought of hijacking another thread The fickle finger of immigration and marriage visas | Thailand Teaching Asia - Living and Teaching in Thailand A colleague has a Marriage Visa. He doesn't have to take his WP to Immigration? Mmm. I had to go 3 x to Chiang Mai and it was a diuretic experience. Regarding Krusapha, I visited them in Bangkok. He needed no waiver, because of the employer changing the job description to something like "Media Consultant". At Immigration, I meat a teacher who has no degree and who got his WP in less than an hour. OTOH, they now demand d a i l y reports from landlords etc. How come that they do not take a closer look at TCT endorsements, degrees and WPs? Is there really no need to show up with that WP and inform Immigration of the change of status (from being a lap dog to working)?