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Submitted on April 1st. Still pending. Chiang Mai Office. Looks like I get to make a trip there. Sigh. sad.png

When is your report due?. You have a window of 15 to 7 days before the date your report is due to the online application.

You could of canceled your first application and done another one if you were still within the window.

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Today is March 27th

At some point in the future... so currently only available on a browser nobody uses and is going away completely.

Online 90 day reporting available from April 1st BANGKOK: A spokesperson for Thailand’s Immigration Bureau has confirmed the new online service for 90 day reporting will be effective from April 1s

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The website clearly states if your application is not processed you need to appear in person.

It most certainly does not say that. It says:

"Failure to complete the online application form properly and failure to submit the required information may affect your chances of apply notification 90 days online.

The applicant (or authorize someone to file for you,only in case of not overdue), must come to the nearest Immigration Office or Branch Office in your residence area."
Additionally, since you can mail in your 90 day report, there is no need whatsoever to go in person to an Immigration Office for a 90 day report.
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"The applicant (or authorize someone to file for you,only in case of not overdue), must come to the nearest Immigration Office or Branch Office in your residence area." means you need to show up in person.

The "(or authorize someone to file for you,only in case of not overdue)" is a possible "option" and why it is in parenthesis.

You're splitting hairs on this one.

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The website clearly states if your application is not processed you need to appear in person.

It most certainly does not say that. It says:

"Failure to complete the online application form properly and failure to submit the required information may affect your chances of apply notification 90 days online.

The applicant (or authorize someone to file for you,only in case of not overdue), must come to the nearest Immigration Office or Branch Office in your residence area."
Additionally, since you can mail in your 90 day report, there is no need whatsoever to go in person to an Immigration Office for a 90 day report.

Online reporting can be made 15 -7 days before your due date.

Mailing in should be made 15 days before your due date.

If you choose the online method then fail to get an approval receipt your too late to then use the posting method.

In that situation you have no other choice than to attend in person.

Those who get the 'contact Immigration' message also need to attend in person if they wish to do future online reports, to check their details against the details on the Immigration database.

Many members also still have applications 'pending' because their office is either not yet functional, or their office became functional on a later date to when the member made the application.

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Your new 90 days should also start from expiration date of your old receipt, not from the date you did the report.

No, it actually starts the new 90 day clock from the time of approval. Many reports showing this including the online successful ones. Also my experience over several years of both walk in and mail in reporting.

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Submitted on April 1st. Still pending. Chiang Mai Office. Looks like I get to make a trip there. Sigh. sad.png

When is your report due?. You have a window of 15 to 7 days before the date your report is due to the online application.

You could of canceled your first application and done another one if you were still within the window.

It was due last week. Why would I want to cancel and start over if it was accepted and is pending?

Have there been any reports of successful online reports for people reporting to Chiang Mai?

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Submitted on April 1st. Still pending. Chiang Mai Office. Looks like I get to make a trip there. Sigh. sad.png

When is your report due?. You have a window of 15 to 7 days before the date your report is due to the online application.

You could of canceled your first application and done another one if you were still within the window.

It was due last week. Why would I want to cancel and start over if it was accepted and is pending?

Have there been any reports of successful online reports for people reporting to Chiang Mai?

I was gong by the date you did the application and today's date. That is also why I also mentioned the 15 to 7 day window. If you were still within the window it might of been best to try to do the application again since you did it on the first day and there is a chance your application went nowhere.

There have been reports of successful applications done in Chiang Mai. But the first ones reported were in the past few days.

You need to make your report in person now if it was due last week.

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Piece of crap doesn't work for me.
i keep getting a message to "for further information on the 90-day reporting service, please contact the immigration office in your residence area."

ANybody have any luck using it?

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Piece of crap doesn't work for me.

i keep getting a message to "for further information on the 90-day reporting service, please contact the immigration office in your residence area."

ANybody have any luck using it?

There are many people that have gotten to the pending or approved point in the process.

You, myself and may others have just been able to get to the point of that message.

It appears to be a lack of or incorrect info in the system. The system appears to do a search for passport number, date of birth and nationality. If any of those are incorrect or missing the search fails.

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Submitted on April 1st. Still pending. Chiang Mai Office. Looks like I get to make a trip there. Sigh. sad.png

When is your report due?. You have a window of 15 to 7 days before the date your report is due to the online application.

You could of canceled your first application and done another one if you were still within the window.

It was due last week. Why would I want to cancel and start over if it was accepted and is pending?

Have there been any reports of successful online reports for people reporting to Chiang Mai?

There have been reports of successful applications done in Chiang Mai. But the first ones reported were in the past few days.

You need to make your report in person now if it was due last week.

Was hoping the golden email would arrive today. Nothing so far. I'll be heading to CM tomorrow. Hope it is not too much of a zoo. unsure.png.pagespeed.ce.E7Vo3qsmeCQhPTdy

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Was hoping the golden email would arrive today. Nothing so far. I'll be heading to CM tomorrow. Hope it is not too much of a zoo. unsure.png.pagespeed.ce.E7Vo3qsmeCQhPTdy

Have you gone online to check the status of your application? I am not sure all offices are sending out emails.

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Ubonjoe, just checked again and still pending. However I just noticed something with mine. My Visa (not extension) expires June 22. So 90 days is beyond the expiry date. I have a feeling because of that I need to go in person this time.

Which will brings me to another separate post about renewing by flying in and out and getting an extension that way without all the paper work. Will post latter.

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The website clearly states if your application is not processed you need to appear in person.

It most certainly does not say that. It says:

"Failure to complete the online application form properly and failure to submit the required information may affect your chances of apply notification 90 days online.

The applicant (or authorize someone to file for you,only in case of not overdue), must come to the nearest Immigration Office or Branch Office in your residence area."
Additionally, since you can mail in your 90 day report, there is no need whatsoever to go in person to an Immigration Office for a 90 day report.

Online reporting can be made 15 -7 days before your due date.

Mailing in should be made 15 days before your due date.

If you choose the online method then fail to get an approval receipt your too late to then use the posting method.

In that situation you have no other choice than to attend in person.

Those who get the 'contact Immigration' message also need to attend in person if they wish to do future online reports, to check their details against the details on the Immigration database.

Many members also still have applications 'pending' because their office is either not yet functional, or their office became functional on a later date to when the member made the application.

Again, not true. The 15 days prior to due date for mailing is a guideline.....plenty of reports of people mailing them in 4-5 days in advance and having no difficulty. Last time I mailed it a total of 72 hours elapsed from the day I mailed it until I received the confirmation in the return mail.

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