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New 90 day report date November 2020

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Since many are like me due to make our delayed 90 day report between 1 and 31 August it strikes me that there will be a lot of people '90-daying' in the same month. Having said that, if Immigration adds 90 days to the date you report in August. we will all be there  again in November.

It seems logical that Immigrations should just add 180 days to your original 90-day date to separate us into easy 'bundles'.

Is that too logical?

I am going to do mine mid-August to miss the ruah so maybe someone can enlighten me before I go.

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I am not sure their are that many people that have skipped by people that normally do them. Many members have posted that they did there reports (more than those that I said they didn't)

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This pandemic has a long way to go,Id say next year at the earliest

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Hypothetically, if I skipped doing 90 day report in August what would be the fine.

I have never done a 90 report and aware of mail option. I have been on island since March and no post office here etc and wish stay until September.

Also would need lease etc which is in bkk.

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Once every 3 months no big deal if it takes 5 minutes or 2 hours or more

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3 minutes ago, Havefunme said:

Once every 3 months no big deal if it takes 5 minutes or 2 hours or more

Exactly.  

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2 hours ago, DrJack54 said:

Hypothetically, if I skipped doing 90 day report in August what would be the fine.

I have never done a 90 report and aware of mail option. I have been on island since March and no post office here etc and wish stay until September.

Also would need lease etc which is in bkk.

in Phuket

not doing a report is 2,000 baht,  (no receipt 1,000)

 

There PO's everywhere in Thailand (phuket has lots)  and all are open, + immigration has been open (mostly) as usual throughout this whole time.

 

Where was ur extension issued?  thats where you need do your 90 day report.

Dont need show a lease to do a 90day report.

 

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6 minutes ago, zzzzz said:

Where was ur extension issued?  thats where you need do your 90 day report.

Dont need show a lease to do a 90day repor

I live in Bangkok and deal with CW.

I have never done a report (due to frequent travel) hence need to do it via mail or in person. My point is that this arbitrary announcement by immigration only few days prior to August is a bit rich. 

I have been on national park island (no post office and I don't have lease handy to include in mail report) also did not intend to return to BKK until September. 

 

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5 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

I am not sure there are that many people that have skipped by people that normally do them. Many members have posted that they did there reports (more than those that I said they didn't)

Yes, I did my 90 day report in April and again in July online as the normal dates came up.  Without a hitch.  I'll do the next one as usual when it's due in October.

I think some people unfortunately interpreted "you don't need to do the 90-day report" during the amnesty period as "you shouldn't do the 90-day report," and are now caught up in the confusion surrounding it all.

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Some people didn't skip their 90 day reports, and of the people who skipped them some will do them in August, and some in September. Should be quite evened out.

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8 hours ago, JTXR said:

I think some people unfortunately interpreted "you don't need to do the 90-day report" during the amnesty period as "you shouldn't do the 90-day report," and are now caught up in the confusion surrounding it all.

I think you are the one reading something wrong.

The ministerial order approved on April 7th clearly states they are suspended and it is has been extended again until September 26th.

I skipped mine that was due in April shortly after the 7th and was obeying a order that we should stay at home unless you had to do something.

My annual extension is due this months so I will be doing one this month while I am at immigration doing it. That means it will not be due again until November.

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14 hours ago, clifric said:

It seems logical that Immigrations should just add 180 days to your original 90-day date to separate us into easy 'bundles'.

Good grief, then they would have to change the name too!

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One does not need a copy of a lease to do a 90 day report.

 

you would like to report to Thai Immigration via registered mail, you will need to send the following required documents:

Copy of all passport pages (up to the latest arrival stamp in the Kingdom or latest visa stamp)

Copy of arrival/departure card TM. 6 (front and back)

Previous notifications of staying over 90 days (if any)

Completely filled in and signed notification form TM. 47

Envelope with 5 Baht stamp affixed and return address of foreigner for the officer in charge to send back the lower part of form TM. 47 after having received the notification. This part must be kept for reference and for future notifications of staying over 90 days.

You must then send these documents to this address, keeping in mind that they should arrive 7 days before your 90-day period expires:

90 DAYS REGISTRATION,
IMMIGRATION DIVISION 1
Government Complex Building B
120 MOO 3, CHAENGWATTANA ROAD,SOI 7,
LAKSI, BANGKOK. 10210

Please note that you have to keep the receipt of the registration for verification purposes when sending registered mail.

If you would like to do the 90-day reporting online, please check this link:
https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online/online/tm47/TM47Action.do?cmd=acceptTerm

 

if CW is not your attendant IO office, search for the mailing address for 90 day reports in your jurisdiction.

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