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Hello everyone

I am trying right now to do my 90 days report online, no problem to reach the immigration website, but clicking on the link: Notification of staying in the kingdom over 90 days. The link is dead.

Anyone did it before with success? Anyhow I will try again latter? I reckon if possible I would like not to be obliged to go myself 

Thanks for any answers 😊

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1 hour ago, Sophon said:

Are you trying to use this link?:image.png.b659e41d8d1513dbba8d0b35581997c1.png

 

If so, as you can see in the bottom left corner, the link address is incomplete. They have left out the whole "immigration.co.th" bit, but even if you repair the link address that only leads you to the 90 day rules. The online reporting is under the "Online service" link (which is also incomplete):

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If you complete this link address to https://immigration.co.th/content/online_serivces (with spelling error and all), it will lead you to the online services page including a working link to the 90 day reporting system:

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Or you could use this direct link to the 90 day reporting system https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apologies, I also made an error in the links. The correct link to the online services page should be https://www.immigration.go.th/content/online_serivces (".go.th" not ".co.th)

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3 hours ago, Tchooptip said:

Anyone did it before with success? Anyhow I will try again latter? I reckon if possible I would like not to be obliged to go myself 

Thanks for any answers 😊

As @Sophon says, the link is incomplete, I found the same when checking the online possibility a couple of days ago – the webmaster missed the domain-part in the address.

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3 hours ago, Sophon said:

Are you trying to use this link?:image.png.b659e41d8d1513dbba8d0b35581997c1.png

 

If so, as you can see in the bottom left corner, the link address is incomplete. They have left out the whole "immigration.co.th" bit, but even if you repair the link address that only leads you to the 90 day rules. The online reporting is under the "Online service" link (which is also incomplete):

image.png.c9d4e0f79bcbc3aaf9537d51b8c708ea.png

 

If you complete this link address to https://immigration.co.th/content/online_serivces (with spelling error and all), it will lead you to the online services page including a working link to the 90 day reporting system:

image.png.d915b328dbf2c41089acdbe780586265.png

 

Or you could use this direct link to the 90 day reporting system https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you very much for your answer 😊 in fact, no link at all was working, so first I thought I will try to night and again to morrow, then I changed my mind, I prepared everything dowloaded a TM47,  and monday morning I wil go to the post office to send them in registered mail. 

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1 hour ago, khunPer said:

As @Sophon says, the link is incomplete, I found the same when checking the online possibility a couple of days ago – the webmaster missed the domain-part in the address.

Thank you khunPer, as I said I will send them by registerd mail monday morning.

I put everything in an A4 envelope like that it's clean, nothing folded inside, I will join a stamped evellope as it should be for the return and I added a  letter of three lines for the IO saying I was following their advice 😇

My appointment being for April 11th it should be OK.

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I went this morning to Lamai post office to send the documents for my 90 days report, due to April 11th, but the registered mail takes seven days, one week, incredible!

I cannot anymore too late already, so I sent by ordinary mail? If no news at all April 11th, OK I will go and have a look myself, but registered mail

(long thabian) taking one week from Samui to Samui, it is hard to believe but the three ladies on the desk said yes yes 7 days ☹️ 

By the way the return letter to join must be stamped 18฿.

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13 minutes ago, Tchooptip said:

I went this morning to Lamai post office to send the documents for my 90 days report, due to April 11th, but the registered mail takes seven days, one week, incredible!

I cannot anymore too late already, so I sent by ordinary mail? If no news at all April 11th, OK I will go and have a look myself, but registered mail

(long thabian) taking one week from Samui to Samui, it is hard to believe but the three ladies on the desk said yes yes 7 days ☹️ 

By the way the return letter to join must be stamped 18฿.

EMS is quicker than registered mail. Usually 3 days is my experience.

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If it doesn't work use the IE browser. That was the only one that worked in the beginning.

 

   

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17 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

If it doesn't work use the IE browser. That was the only one that worked in the beginning.

 

   

I have a MacBook Pro, so no IE !

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21 minutes ago, Tropicalevo said:

EMS is quicker than registered mail. Usually 3 days is my experience.

What is EMS? Because 3 days for April 11th would have been OK,  one week not any more? 

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20 minutes ago, Tchooptip said:

What is EMS? Because 3 days for April 11th would have been OK,  one week not any more? 

Express Mail Service, might cost you about 60 baht. When I mail documents from Samui to Bangkok before 12 noon, they arrive next day in Bangkok; a registered letter takes 2-3 days. You can trace the number here "EMS Track & Trace".

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9 minutes ago, khunPer said:

Express Mail Service, might cost you about 60 baht. When I mail documents from Samui to Bangkok before 12 noon, they arrive next day in Bangkok; a registered letter takes 2-3 days. You can trace the number here "EMS Track & Trace".

They didn't proposed me the good girls 🤗
 
 

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3 hours ago, khunPer said:

Express Mail Service, might cost you about 60 baht. When I mail documents from Samui to Bangkok before 12 noon, they arrive next day in Bangkok; a registered letter takes 2-3 days. You can trace the number here "EMS Track & Trace".

I should have add in my last post, I have learn something, I will not forget it and by the way I thank you and Tropicalevo too ☺️

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Just did 90 Day Report online hopefully correctly ..

 

Listed as " Pending "

 

Anyone know how long it takes for approval ?

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