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Just filed on-line today for my 90-day report and this is the response i received.

 

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Well, what a surprise!

 

Would you care to let us know which office you report to?

 

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Thank you Makoshark.   For me personally it could be a very useful document when 31 July comes!

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I'm on what is known by some as Retirement Extension and advice I saw was to do it.  Normally I post but decided to try the IMM eservice app. Downloaded, registered and did the report all in about twenty minutes.  About two hours later I receive back that it is all done and downloaded the 'slip' with the next report date ....   

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I’ll move this to the correct forum.

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I agree with the Royal Thai Police Immigration Bureau.  There is no need to report during this time.

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31 minutes ago, GuyFawkes said:

Thank you Makoshark.   For me personally it could be a very useful document when 31 July comes!

The same thing is on the immigration website in multiple languages. https://immigration.go.th/content/extend_alien?click=1

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I'm being ultra cautious and turned up at Immigration Nonthaburi in full Hazmat suit prior to which I had filed on-line twice and sent in hardcopy by registered courier post.

 

Can't be too careful nowadays.

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I've attended Sisaket imm. today, and was told the exact thing in person. 

Accompanied by a very sincere "don't worry" when I tried to raise some potential issues. 

 

I would advise anyone to still try to apply online, or attend in person, as it could be interperated differently at different offices. 

 

It was a long time coming, but looks like common sense has prevailed nationally. 

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8 minutes ago, northsouthdevide said:

I've attended Sisaket imm. today, and was told the exact thing in person. 

Accompanied by a very sincere "don't worry" when I tried to raise some potential issues. 

I would advise anyone to still try to apply online, or attend in person, as it could be interprated differently at different offices. 

It was a long time coming, but looks like common sense has prevailed nationally. 

SiSaKet IO has a reputation of being a strict but fair and sensible office.

And indeed it is NOT required to do your 90-day report during the Amnesty-period (till 31 July), so no need to go there in person or sending it by mail.

But if you can do it on-line, it is recommended to do so for a somewhat different reason.

As it is not sure that you would be able to do your NEXT 90-day report on-line, if you let the present due date slip.  And that would force you to do that next one either in person or by mail.

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I guess Firsts days of august will be a big queues in IO.

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1 minute ago, Tarteso said:

I guess Firsts days of august will be a big queues in IO.

Not for 90 day reporting. Immigration will announce when skipped reports will be due. I think it could be done by the month when your last report was due.

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16 hours ago, Tarteso said:

I guess Firsts days of august will be a big queues in IO.

Why should there be? If one accepts, as read, the immigration's statement 'No need to do 90 day reporting'. Then wouldn't it make also make sense to accept their other statement which says 'Immigration Bureau will process the abovementioned steps automatically'.

 

I take that to mean that following my next 90 day report, due next month, the next one after that will be due 3 months hence, in September.

 

However, maybe that's being a bit too logical! As @ubonjoe says, best wait until we hear from them.

 

As I now have the on-line system working for me, (after 5 years) I will attempt to do mine. But if I get the same result as @Makoshark I shall just leave at that. I will NOT go to the office, because the whole idea of this amnesty is to reduce foot traffic in the office. Going there would not be in the spirit of this at all.

 

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Chiang Mai is accepting 90 day reports in person, online, by post by drive in.

 

Did ours yesterday by drive through, in and out in 5 minutes. Chiang Mai is notorious for going there own way so being pro-active, just in case. As are many up here.

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