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20 hours ago, ozgolfguy said:

I just renewed my retirement extension for another year and ask the IO whether I needed to return on October 9th to do my 90-day report or did the extension reset the 90 day clock. She said that it did not and that I would need to come back in October to do my 90-day report. I have a few questions which I hope someone can assist:

 

1. I live in Rayong but will be visiting family in another province next month - can I do my 90-day report at an immigration office that is not my "home" office?

2. Alternatively, I can try to do it online but have read that this only works if it's the 2nd 90-day report after my extension was renewed as the 1st 90-day report needs to be done in person - is that the case?

3. I read a number of mixed experiences (success and failures) when it comes to 90-day online reporting - is there a specific combination of browser/OS that does work better than others?

 

Appreciate the support, thanks.

 

1) Unlikely

2) If you have been reporting regularly (ie not missed any because of Covid), my experience of reporting to Rayong is that they update the online system and reporting online never fails - barring any nationwide hiatus in the system.

3) I just use Internet Explorer

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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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I have never needed to do a 90 day report before as I travel in and out of the country frequently. With this covid business though, I have been here since mid-March, and I have not done a 90 day report (amnesty). I was required to extend my 12 months Non O (spouse) visa on 5 August (permitted to stay until 5 August 2021). Does anyone know if this means I do not have to do a 90 day report until 5 November or so, or does the amnesty mess around with these dates in some way.

 

appreciate any advice.

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13 minutes ago, grahamjackson said:

Does anyone know if this means I do not have to do a 90 day report until 5 November or so, or does the amnesty mess around with these dates in some way.

Your 90 day report is due 90 days from August 5th. According to my date calculator that will be November 2nd.

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16 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

Your 90 day report is due 90 days from August 5th. According to my date calculator that will be November 2nd.

@grahamjackson > And since you wrote that it would be your VERY FIRST 90-day report, you would have to do that one IN PERSON at your local IO.  The window to do it is within 15 days BEFORE due date < 2 November > and there is a 7 day grace-period to do it AFTER 2 November on. Once you have done the first 90-day report in person at your local IO, you will be able to make use of the 90-day on-line website to file your next reports.

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Thanks for the responses, most appreciated. I'm still a little unclear on whether I can do my next 90-day reporting online or not. I did my last 90-day at the IO in July and my next one is due in October. In the meantime, I renewed my retirement extension the first week of September. Does the restriction of doing the 1st 90-day report at the IO only apply to the very first time or does it apply to the 1st time each extension renewal period (each year)?

 

What are the before and after deadline dates in terms of online reporting? is it the same as reporting in person (15 days/7 days)?

 

Thanks again

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15 minutes ago, ozgolfguy said:

Thanks for the responses, most appreciated. I'm still a little unclear on whether I can do my next 90-day reporting online or not. I did my last 90-day at the IO in July and my next one is due in October. In the meantime, I renewed my retirement extension the first week of September. Does the restriction of doing the 1st 90-day report at the IO only apply to the very first time or does it apply to the 1st time each extension renewal period (each year)?

 

What are the before and after deadline dates in terms of online reporting? is it the same as reporting in person (15 days/7 days)?

Yes, you will be able to do your next 90-day report on-line.

It is only the very first time you do your 90-day report that it has to be done in person at your local IO (because your IO will compare the data you upload on-line with the physical file they made from your 90-day notification in person).

 

Some IOs will re-set your 90-day reporting time-line when renewing your 1-year extension of stay, in that case they will provide you with a paper (often stapled in your passport) that will show the next 90-day reporting due date (which will be exactly 90-days after your extension renewal). 

But if your IO does not follow that practice, your 90-day reporting due date will stay as it was (in your case first week of October).

 

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12 minutes ago, Peter Denis said:

Yes, you will be able to do your next 90-day report on-line.

It is only the very first time you do your 90-day report that it has to be done in person at your local IO (because your IO will compare the data you upload on-line with the physical file they made from your 90-day notification in person).

 

Some IOs will re-set your 90-day reporting time-line when renewing your 1-year extension of stay, in that case they will provide you with a paper (often stapled in your passport) that will show the next 90-day reporting due date (which will be exactly 90-days after your extension renewal). 

But if your IO does not follow that practice, your 90-day reporting due date will stay as it was (in your case first week of October).

 

Thanks again, that's most helpful. Are the specific dates before and after the deadline when the online report can be submitted?

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2 minutes ago, ozgolfguy said:

Are the specific dates before and after the deadline when the online report can be submitted?

It is 15 days before up to the day your report is due.

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14 hours ago, ozgolfguy said:

Does the restriction of doing the 1st 90-day report at the IO only apply to the very first time or does it apply to the 1st time each extension renewal period (each year)?

Renewing the retirement extension should have no effect.

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8 hours ago, dddave said:

Is Bangkok 90 day reporting now only at Muang Thong Thani or can it also be done at CW?

When living in the Bangkok area 90-day reporting in person can now only be done at MTT.

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19 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

It is 15 days before up to the day your report is due.

That seems to have changed, at least for the IM office I'm using which is Samutprakarn. They now require the online report to be done AT LEAST 20 days before and EARLIEST 30 days before the actual 90 days.

Note that this is first hand info sourced from the above IM office today. I asked this especially since I was unable to submit the report online starting 15 days before.

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13 minutes ago, Khun Yaaai said:

That seems to have changed, at least for the IM office I'm using which is Samutprakarn. They now require the online report to be done AT LEAST 20 days before and EARLIEST 30 days before the actual 90 days.

Note that this is first hand info sourced from the above IM office today. I asked this especially since I was unable to submit the report online starting 15 days before.

Thai 15 days or regular 15 days?  It needs to be Thai, which is 14 days before your due date.  eg due date 24th September, the earliest you can apply is 10th September (tomorrow).

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