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90 Day Report at Jomtien 13:14 pm Today

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I was in Wednesday afternoon and  can confirm no lines.

In Nov will apply for extension.... hmmm

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Did mine at Nan Immigration yesterday. Had to wait 5 minutes, normally more like the 2 minutes reported above on last several visits. And pleasant officers.

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Let me guess, none of you had anything "stamped" in your passports either, did you ? Just the usual notification slip stapled into the back ?

It's nice to be able to go there and be in/out and on your way in a couple of minutes. I still think they should make a "90 Day" window in the front-left side of the building where you walk in, hand over your passport, the IO does his/her thing and hands you back your passport and you walk out the other door. No need to get a queue number or go inside at all.

But as noted above, when you go at "off peak" times it's usually pretty quick any ways.

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19 minutes ago, Kerryd said:

Let me guess, none of you had anything "stamped" in your passports either, did you ? Just the usual notification slip stapled into the back ?

It's nice to be able to go there and be in/out and on your way in a couple of minutes. I still think they should make a "90 Day" window in the front-left side of the building where you walk in, hand over your passport, the IO does his/her thing and hands you back your passport and you walk out the other door. No need to get a queue number or go inside at all.

But as noted above, when you go at "off peak" times it's usually pretty quick any ways.

 

they have seperate desks for 90 days at both hua hin offices. you hand them your passport, usual cursary check of latest stamp, then scan data page, print form, stamp it and staple back into passport. takes a minute tops. even got a smile when she handed back my passport. nice touch. no forms to fill in or queuing

 

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Can I presume that the online 90 day report, for some reason, doesn't work for the above posters?

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1 minute ago, GeorgeCross said:

 

they have seperate desks for 90 days at both hua hin offices. you hand them your passport, usual cursary check of latest stamp, then scan data page, print form, stamp it and staple back into passport. takes a minute tops. even got a smile when she handed back my passport. nice touch. no forms to fill in or queuing

 


They have a separate desk, staffed by 1-2 IOs, at Jomtien as well.
Normally you get a queue number from the front desk then sit somewhere inside until your number is called. When they start calling numbers it seems to take about 2 minutes per person on average. Maybe a bit less.

Last time I went though, they had a different procedure first thing in the morning (before they actually opened) where a staffer (not an IO) came out and collected all the passports from all the people there to do a 90 Day report. Each person was given an number tag with the matching tag attached to the passport. The girl then took the passports inside to be processed. A few minutes later she came out and handed back everyone's passports and collected any from those who arrived later.

It seems that they only did that in the morning though, maybe to limit the number of people in line (and inside the building) as others reported that they went there on the same day (in the afternoon) and went inside to get a queue number and sat inside like normal.


 

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8 minutes ago, KarenBravo said:

Can I presume that the online 90 day report, for some reason, doesn't work for the above posters?

Doesn't work for me.

Apparently my passport number does not match their records.

So a 2-hour journey needed every 90 days

 

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4 minutes ago, andre47 said:

Why you don't do it online. It takes 2 minutes. So easy and convenient....

2 minutes ago, KarenBravo said:

Can I presume that the online 90 day report, for some reason, doesn't work for the above posters?


A lot of people have had problems trying to do it online for various reasons (changing addresses, passports, issues with browsers and so on). 

I'm not even sure you can do it using a phone ? I'm guessing a lot of people may not even have a laptop/desktop computer and if they can't do it on their phone then they'd have to use the mail option or go in person.

I don't bother trying to do it online as it's a short trip (11 kms) to the Immigration Office once every 3 months. Small price (and effort) to pay in order to stay compliant.
I usually add some other chore to the trip (like a visit to Makro or stopping for breakfast somewhere on the way back).

 

 

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17 minutes ago, fulhamster said:

So a 2-hour journey needed every 90 days

You could do it by mail to your local office.

I cannot do online reports either.

My wife has done most my reports for me but when they moved the office about 30 km further from home so I did it by mail for about a year and a half until the opened a office about 10 km from the house.

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29 minutes ago, Kerryd said:


I don't bother trying to do it online as it's a short trip (11 kms) to the Immigration Office once every 3 months. Small price (and effort) to pay in order to stay compliant.
I usually add some other chore to the trip (like a visit to Makro or stopping for breakfast somewhere on the way back).

sure, everybody must know himself how to spend a nice day 55555

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42 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You could do it by mail to your local office.

Anyone know if Jomtien permits it by mail? I'd started doing it online until I had to get a new passport.

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1 hour ago, KarenBravo said:

Can I presume that the online 90 day report, for some reason, doesn't work for the above posters?

According to the reports in Thaivisa, online reports don't work for lots of posters.

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