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Due this week and just wondering what exactly this involves, do I just show up in person with my passport, tm6 and the receipt of notification document they gave me when issuing my yearly extension? No need for spouse to attend or bring yellow book etc?

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If this is your very first 90-day report you need to do it in person at your local IO.

You need to fill in a TM-47 form and bring your passport, TM-6 entry/departure card, and the receipt of notification you got when you did your 1-year extension of stay application.

Due date is the 'appointment date' on that receipt of notification.

But when doing it in person you can do it from 14 days before due date till 6 days after.

I would recommend not to do it today/tomorrow but later this week, in order to avoid the current overcrowding at IOs because of Amnesty expiry and applicants trying to regularize their Visa situation.

Note: After having done it in person, IO will have your data on file and you will be able to do subsequent 90-day reports on-line (the window for doing them on-line is is from 14 days before till actual due date).

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Alternatively send the wife with your passport and 10B for photocopies and let her deal with it all. 

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5 hours ago, Peter Denis said:

If this is your very first 90-day report you need to do it in person at your local IO.

You need to fill in a TM-47 form and bring your passport, TM-6 entry/departure card, and the receipt of notification you got when you did your 1-year extension of stay application.

Due date is the 'appointment date' on that receipt of notification.

But when doing it in person you can do it from 14 days before due date till 6 days after.

I would recommend not to do it today/tomorrow but later this week, in order to avoid the current overcrowding at IOs because of Amnesty expiry and applicants trying to regularize their Visa situation.

Note: After having done it in person, IO will have your data on file and you will be able to do subsequent 90-day reports on-line (the window for doing them on-line is is from 14 days before till actual due date).


NOTE. :- online can only be done from 14 days before date, UPTO 7 days before date. Cannot be done after 7th day. 

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2 minutes ago, anfh said:

NOTE. :- online can only be done from 14 days before date, UPTO 7 days before date. Cannot be done after 7th day. 

The on-line 90-day reporting window has been enlarged approx April 2020.  It is now from 14 days before till actual due date.

 

90-day on-line reporting window.png

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36 minutes ago, recom273 said:

Alternatively send the wife with your passport and 10B for photocopies and let her deal with it all. 

I think the first 90 day report as in this case you need to be there in person, afterwards 90 day reports can be done by wife alone!

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5 minutes ago, maxcorrigan said:

I think the first 90 day report as in this case you need to be there in person, afterwards 90 day reports can be done by wife alone!

All i now need is, a wife. Oh, wait, not worth it . . .

 

 

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14 hours ago, starfish said:

All i now need is, a wife. Oh, wait, not worth it . . .

 

 

You can send anybody's wife :giggle: tis true, An agent acting on your behalf can do it, ie any Thai (?) can do it for you in the future as i am led to believe.

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15 hours ago, starfish said:

All i now need is, a wife. Oh, wait, not worth it . . .

 

 

 

At CW, it was not unusual to see a motorbike taxi driver in the 90-day report area filing a report for a third-party. Or agents with a stack of ~ 20 passports filing. *For Bangkok, note that 90-day reports are now currently filed at Muang Thong Thani.

 

I would attempt an on-line report (web or mobile app) just to see if it might work for you, up to your current report date. If it doesn't, go in person.

 

Seen some mention of third-parties who will do this for 1,500 baht, but you do have to turn over your passport to them for a few days. 

 

 

 

 

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15 hours ago, anfh said:


NOTE. :- online can only be done from 14 days before date, UPTO 7 days before date. Cannot be done after 7th day. 

If you go to the site it now appears up to the day due is accepted..

Applicants can submit this online application within 15 days until the due date of notification

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3 hours ago, mtls2005 said:

At CW, it was not unusual to see a motorbike taxi driver in the 90-day report area filing a report for a third-party. Or agents with a stack of ~ 20 passports filing. *For Bangkok, note that 90-day reports are now currently filed at Muang Thong Thani.

 

I would attempt an on-line report (web or mobile app) just to see if it might work for you, up to your current report date. If it doesn't, go in person.

 

Seen some mention of third-parties who will do this for 1,500 baht, but you do have to turn over your passport to them for a few days.

It boggles the mind that people go to an Agent to provide him with their passport for a few days, and pay 1.500 THB for the Agent to do their 90-day report.

Doing the 90-day report on-line only takes 10 minutes and you don't need to upload any documents, only fill in your Passport and TM-6 entry/departure card number together with your address.

Note: It wouldn't surprise me if the Agent doesn't go to CW (MTT now) but simply does it on-line in lieu of the foreigner and prints out the notification confirmation report to staple it in the foreigner's passport.  Would be a very lucrative business...

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17 minutes ago, Peter Denis said:

It boggles the mind

I think the calculus is pay an agent or go in person. 

 

Some agents include this service as part of an annual package.

 

There were some positive reports from members here using this service.

 

On-line is brilliant, assuming it works for you. By mail a decent alternative.

 

I'm not certain third-parties can use the on-line system or web app for a third-party? There may be some restrictions in the ToS?

 

 

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On 9/28/2020 at 10:08 AM, Peter Denis said:

If this is your very first 90-day report you need to do it in person at your local IO.

Is that a new rule? My first 90 day report was by mail, i.e., I've never done a 90 day report in person or via an agent. This was 4 years ago. Subsequent reports have all been online. I'm pretty sure one's first online report must be preceded by a mail in or in person reporting. Ubonjoe can elaborate.

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17 minutes ago, JimGant said:

I'm pretty sure one's first online report must be preceded by a mail in or in person reporting.

That is a probably correct a most offices. The reason it cannot be done online is that they want a at least a copy of your passport with needed copies of your stamps to do the first report.

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