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I  have to do my first ever 90-day report next week. I searched the forum and saw a couple entries about 90-day online reporting but not in-person reporting. I know I don't HAVE to do the reporting because of the COVID-19 situation but I would rather do it now than wait to see what transpires after 31 July. Does anyone have a list of the documents I need to bring with me to the office in Samui?  Thank you.

 

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You only need to fill out the TM-47 form. 

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5 minutes ago, PoorSucker said:

You only need to fill out the TM-47 form. 

Great.  Thanks.

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Why u doing it now ?The government has given you till the 31st July That is a fair way off I am due on the 13 June but I shall wait til the 31 st 

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51 minutes ago, PoorSucker said:

You only need to fill out the TM-47 form. 

Must be dependant on office, I have never filled out a TM-47 for as long as I remember (15 years) all done on the system in Udon, just give them the PP, they do the rest.

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6 minutes ago, lom said:

Because he is smart and doesn't want to end up in the queue chaos that will be when everyone who has waited until the last day gather to do their reporting.

Exactly, I just posted mine here in BKK via EMS few days ago, last thing I want is those flip-flopers giving me grief for any crapola they may come up with.

 

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23 minutes ago, lom said:

Because he is smart and doesn't want to end up in the queue chaos that will be when everyone who has waited until the last day gather to do their reporting.

Really ok  Also i think the government will extend again Ever think of that one?

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19 minutes ago, kotsak said:

Exactly, I just posted mine here in BKK via EMS few days ago, last thing I want is those flip-flopers giving me grief for any crapola they may come up with.

 

I find the Immigration in Ubonratchathani pretty reasonable. Sure you get the odd rogue officer but overall they are very helpfull I find though they seem to work of there own set of rules instead of all offices working on the same platform Like one rule at this immigartion office another rule at another one 

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33 minutes ago, CGW said:

Must be dependant on office, I have never filled out a TM-47 for as long as I remember (15 years) all done on the system in Udon, just give them the PP, they do the rest.

This is the O/Ps first report. The TM-47 is required to bring him onto the system. From there on, just as you say, not required. Er, that includes Udon Thani by the way, where I first reported.

 

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53 minutes ago, Moonlover said:

This is the O/Ps first report. The TM-47 is required to bring him onto the system. From there on, just as you say, not required. Er, that includes Udon Thani by the way, where I first reported.

OK, my first report was in Pattaya, barely remember what I did yesterday never mind 15 years ago 🙂 

Even for visa extensions etc I have never filled a form out for many years, IO does it all online then gives me form to sign.

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19 hours ago, PoorSucker said:

You only need to fill out the TM-47 form. 

I've never in my 13 years of extensions and 90-days reports seen a TM-47 form at Samui Immigration, we normally just write the address on a small paper slip and give it together with the passport,

 

I have a small piece of paper scotch-tapes to my pasport, so I don't need to fill in the same old address again-and-again, and that has worked excellent on Samui for the last 10 years...👍

 

Don't mind what they do in other places, this is about Samui Immigration that sometimes have their own rules.

 

But of course, you can always try to bring a filled in TM-47 form, they'll probably accept it, and if they demand it, they'll hand you a form to fill in.

 

They might even wish their own form to be used, and not a downloaded ditto. I talk from experience with other forms. Therefore I always ask for my next extension-of-stay form at the immigration office when doing the last 90-day report before applying for extension, so I don't need to rewrite everything in the office, because I didn't use their print of a form with an added line for mandatory E-mail address, which is not accepted handwritten, need to be their printed "E-mail:_________"...😉

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For my 1 year retirement extension, as my source of income, i used the "money in Bank" route and was told to bring the bank letter + account statement at the first 90 day report again, to show that i still have the money (100 Baht at the Bank for the letter) .

It´s ok, but their super, extra, special, non downloadable samui-forms are pissing me off . . .

 

 

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To close the loop on this topic.....today I went to the immigration office, about 3:30PM maybe. 5 people inside seated. I get my number, sit 5 seconds before being called to the window, give my passport, TM-6 and TM-47, and get my receipt and documents returned in about one minute. So, a 3 minute total visit time to the office. VERY GLAD I did this as who knows what it will be like there after 1 July. 

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I did mine last week at Lopburi office  place empty ,filled out the form, yet again ,some times it is done by the IO but not for a long time .in and out in 15 minutes. 

Did my retirement extension back in April ,again place empty in and out in 35 minute and that included filling out or just signing 5 forms, gets more every year. 

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