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Offline HS0ZIO

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Where to send application forms
« on: July 04, 2008, 01:31:43 PM »
I sent my application forms for reciprocal license to

Ray Gerrard HS0ZDZ

RAST Secretary (International)

PO Box 69

Bangkok Airport Post Office

Bangkok, 10112, Thailand

It was returned. Could some one tell where the forms are to be sent?

Paul
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Re: Where to send application forms
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2008, 05:49:08 PM »
Dear Paul,

Good Afternoon!

Please revise the Rast website www.qsl.net/rast   at the lower end of the mainpage is the health situation described of Ray HS0ZDZ ... i wish him good recovering ...

Well the actual adress is not shown on the website but I will get it by tommorrow during our monthly meeting! ....  I will post it on monday morning!  Please do not forget to prepare the membership forms otherwise you can not get any kind of licenses in HS.

If you want you can sent  it to me ... details on qrz.com ... then I will propose it on the next meeting ...



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Hi Paul,

well I just came back from the monthly meeting and here is the adress ....


RAST - Radio Amateur Society of Thailand
P.O. Box 2008
Bangkok 10501
Thailand


Documents which are required ...

1. Rast Membership Form  (to get the supporting letter from Rast)
2. Reciprocal Licences Form
3. 2x  2" Photo
4. Copy of your Photopage of your passport

I think that should it be .... Please revise www.qsl.net/rast for that ....

But do not forget importing any Equipment is strict forbitten by LAW without any Import Licences! This you can get only for any approve radio without 6m (50 MHz). The next steps to do if you plan from your own location ...

1. Callsign
2. Register Rig (if you plan to import our rig - import licences !!)
3. Station Licences include that the owner allow you to install any ant.
....

Please remember the P.O. Box will be check ones a month .... if you feel unconfident with that choose the methode above ... QRZ.com then I can do it ...


73 de HS0ZFZ

Swen



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Re: Where to send application forms
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2010, 12:43:12 AM »
Hi there Paul.

I will be coming over to live and work in Thailand very soon.
Can you please let me know where to get the application form from.

Kind Regards.

Paul Swift (G0MIH)

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Re: Where to send application forms
« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2010, 08:52:50 PM »
Hi Swen. nec again many thanks for you help.
I hope to be in Thailand early Jan11.
I well get will get the ball rolling.

Once again many thanks for you help.

Kind regards.

Paul G0MIH :)