The yellow tabien baan – getting registered

Chris Larkin

Long time resident of Bangkok. Married, three daughters. Managing director of CLC Asia (www.clc-asia.com). Lots of interesting knowledge and experience built up over time which I hope can be of use to people.

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  1. 10 June, 2018

    […] house registration (tabien baan) of the wife. For most, it will be a yellow tabien baan unless the wife is already a permanent resident, in which case it will be […]

  2. 28 June, 2018

    […] at least 5 years”. In plain English, this means being registered on the yellow tabien baan (see this article on getting yourself registered on one). If you are just exploring the possibility and are still a […]