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27 minutes ago, Ravi98008 said:

Thanks very much. CMAI item 1, 2, did not understand due abbreviation.  But got the gist of it/core. Thanks again.

Chiang Mai may have additional items they require.

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I just received an email from the 90 days online reporting that my application has been rejected with the reason been "please fill your full name" 

Couldn't the officer just fill it in and approve it instead of rejecting it! 

 

I hsve done 9 consecutive reports always filling in the required entries with an asterisk hence I filled in only my surname. It's never been rejected!! 

 

If anyone else has heard of this reason its insane I can't believe it and since it's less than a week till the 1st of August the system would not let me submit another one online leaving me only the option of going to Chaengwattana. 

 

Furthmore its been 5 weeks since my wife applied for the tm30 online and we are still waiting for the username and the password to come through. 

 

Amazing Thai immigration 

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Posted (edited)

Seems like they've gotten picky (or a specific agent who approves online 90-day reports) about the full name.

 

I had done most of my reports with just the last name - the only field denoted as required - until a similar rejection. Re-submitted and approved in a few minutes.

 

For one TM30 online system registration we waited ~ 6 weeks.

 

 

 

 

Edited by mtls2005

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90 day online should still give you time to mail if they fail , why isn't it ?

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5 hours ago, muffy said:

90 day online should still give you time to mail if they fail , why isn't it ?

Mail reports are supposed to be in the mail 15 days prior to due date normally.

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2 hours ago, lopburi3 said:

Mail reports are supposed to be in the mail 15 days prior to due date normally.

Not sure but I think Chaeng Wattana is the only office imposing that requirement.

The actual rules state it only has to be received 7 days before the report date. I think CW started that due to slow delivery of registered mail taking so long to be delivered they were arriving late.

When I was using mailed in reports to the office here when it was about 90 km away I sent them by EMS to to be delivered 7 days before the report date. I have heard that some offices will accept them as long as they are delivered by the report date.

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25 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

The actual rules state it only has to be received 7 days before the report date. I think CW started that due to slow delivery of registered mail taking so long to be delivered they were arriving late.

Suspect that is true and it dates back to before there were immigration offices throughout the country so posting to Bangkok from upcountry may have required extra time.  It is still displayed as a requirement for CW and can affirm almost all my reports, although mailed on time - were returned marked to post 15 days prior next time in red ink.

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On 7/19/2019 at 3:45 PM, Ravi98008 said:

Is my bank letter (800K) proof, address proof, application is all I need at the time of request for one year extension?

Thanks for your help

 

I would suggest that you also take your bank passbook(s) and copies thereof to show that the 800k has been in the bank for 3 months or more.

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My online application was Rejected today due to the reason stated as  "NOT submitted TM.30"

Anyone aware of this new law about form TM 30  ?    As I checked online it seems it is now mandatory requirement to have the copy of TM 30 receipt for 90 days reporting and to extend yearly visa  also.  

Has anyone come faced this ?  Please share your experience also.  

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18 minutes ago, Navin said:

My online application was Rejected today due to the reason stated as  "NOT submitted TM.30"

Anyone aware of this new law about form TM 30  ?    As I checked online it seems it is now mandatory requirement to have the copy of TM 30 receipt for 90 days reporting and to extend yearly visa  also.  

Has anyone come faced this ?  Please share your experience also.  

I assume you report to Chaeng Wattana immigration. Others have had the same rejection.

They have started enforcing the requirement to to the TM30 report. Evidently they are checking the database where the reports are recorded to see if one was done for where you are living.

There have already been some long topic on this forum about it.

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1 hour ago, Navin said:

My online application was Rejected today due to the reason stated as  "NOT submitted TM.30"

Anyone aware of this new law about form TM 30  ?    As I checked online it seems it is now mandatory requirement to have the copy of TM 30 receipt for 90 days reporting and to extend yearly visa  also.  

Has anyone come faced this ?  Please share your experience also.  

 

There have been a few reports of online 90-day report filings being rejected because there was no valid TM30 on file, or the 90-day report address did not match the current TM30.

 

There have also been reports of succesful online 90-day reports, with no valid TM30 on file. I was able to successfully file an online 90-day report (CW) without ever having a valid TM30 on file.

 

There have been similar reports of success and rejection for in person 90 day reports, owing to the lack of a valid TM30 on file.

 

I do not recall any reports of rejections of mail-in 90-day reports, owing to the lack of the TM30, but I don't read every post.

 

You may wish to file a TM30 in person, then follow up with the TM47.

 

 

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On 7/26/2019 at 9:54 PM, walailak said:

I just received an email from the 90 days online reporting that my application has been rejected with the reason been "please fill your full name" 

Couldn't the officer just fill it in and approve it instead of rejecting it! 

 

I hsve done 9 consecutive reports always filling in the required entries with an asterisk hence I filled in only my surname. It's never been rejected!! 

 

If anyone else has heard of this reason its insane I can't believe it and since it's less than a week till the 1st of August the system would not let me submit another one online leaving me only the option of going to Chaengwattana. 

 

Furthmore its been 5 weeks since my wife applied for the tm30 online and we are still waiting for the username and the password to come through. 

 

Amazing Thai immigration 

Screenshot_20190726_214806.jpg

Just an update

Finally 

My wife went this morning to Chaengwattana and received the username and password for the tm30 online registration. The queue was like 300 numbers but she just went up to the officer explaining the situation and received the username and password within seconds. After waiting for 6 weeks!! 

She also did my 90 day, s since the online application was rejected, the queue was only 35 numbers. All done, she went in around 7.30 am to queue she was out by9.30am.

Hopefully this will help others 

 

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2 hours ago, walailak said:

My wife went this morning to Chaengwattana

You are fortunate, mine would rather eat dirt than attend immigration on my behalf.

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I just did my first online 90 day report in CM.  I got the approval the same day.  Am I supposed to remove my old "receipt of notification", which is stapled in my passport, and replace it with the new one?

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4 minutes ago, AAArdvark said:

Am I supposed to remove my old "receipt of notification", which is stapled in my passport, and replace it with the new one?

Yes, print the new one off and replace it. 

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