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33 minutes ago, treetops said:

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).

I was told 20 calendar days before latest. I.e. if due date for report is on the 30th then last date would be 10th to submit.
Weird I know, but that's what not one but two of them told me, and doesn't make sense since their workload is likely reduced with less foreigners to handle. But nothing surprises me any more tbh.

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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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21 minutes ago, Khun Yaaai said:

I was told 20 calendar days before latest. I.e. if due date for report is on the 30th then last date would be 10th to submit.
Weird I know, but that's what not one but two of them told me, and doesn't make sense since their workload is likely reduced with less foreigners to handle. But nothing surprises me any more tbh.

I don't doubt that your local IO said this to you, but it is obviously incorrect.  There have been no announcements by Immigration that the submission windows for doing your 90-day reports have changed.

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2 hours 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.

So your reporting is now every 70 days. 

I wonder if any of the other " make diffrerent rules up as we go along " offices will follow suit ?

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1 hour ago, NE1 said:

So your reporting is now every 70 days. 

I wonder if any of the other " make diffrerent rules up as we go along " offices will follow suit ?

Yeah, I will just hire an agent to do it for me in order to distance myself from this craziness. Which could actually be the purpose of this mindf**k to begin with.

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17 hours ago, Peter Denis said:

I don't doubt that your local IO said this to you, but it is obviously incorrect.  There have been no announcements by Immigration that the submission windows for doing your 90-day reports have changed.

Last I heard the 7 days minimum prior to due for online, had been reduced to 0, and the 15 days prior remained. This is reflected on their website......

To now hear some offices are asking for 20 days demonstrates the obtuse and disjointed behaviour of these offices.

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On 9/9/2020 at 1:30 PM, Khun Yaaai said:

I was told 20 calendar days before latest. I.e. if due date for report is on the 30th then last date would be 10th to submit.
Weird I know, but that's what not one but two of them told me, and doesn't make sense since their workload is likely reduced with less foreigners to handle. But nothing surprises me any more tbh.

the first page of the online checkin procedure says, and I quote "• Applicants can submit this online application within 15 days until the due date of notiification"  this applies to anyone checking in online. There  are no seperate rules for each I/O with regards to ckeckin dates, its the same for everybody.

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My application for extension of stay was recently approved.  As I was leaving the immigration office I asked one of the assistants (not an immigration officer) if I could do my first 90 day report online.  She said "yes", but I have my doubts after what I've read on Thai Visa. 

Have the rules changed or must I still do my first 90 day report at the immigration office?

Thanks!

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16 minutes ago, up-country_sinclair said:

My application for extension of stay was recently approved.  As I was leaving the immigration office I asked one of the assistants (not an immigration officer) if I could do my first 90 day report online.  She said "yes", but I have my doubts after what I've read on Thai Visa. 

Have the rules changed or must I still do my first 90 day report at the immigration office?

Thanks!

Some IOs will automatically do your 90-day report when applying for the 1-year extension of stay.  If your local IO did so they will have provided you with a paper containing the due date of your next 90-day report.  In that case you would be able to do your next 90-day report on-line.

If they did not provide you with such paper (often stapled in your passport) you would have to do your first 90-day in person at your local IO, after which you would then be able to do the next one on-line.

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10 minutes ago, Peter Denis said:

Some IOs will automatically do your 90-day report when applying for the 1-year extension of stay.  If your local IO did so they will have provided you with a paper containing the due date of your next 90-day report.  In that case you would be able to do your next 90-day report on-line.

Thanks very much for your reply.

There is indeed a paper stapled inside my passport which states the due date for my next 90 day report.  I assumed this day in November would be the due date of the first report, but based on your post, it seems the first report was done by the IO when I originally applied for the extension.

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10 minutes ago, ExpatOilWorker said:

Can you do the 90 days online reporting at the actual reporting date (90th day) or does it still have to be submitted on day 76-83?

This is in the T&Cs you must accept before getting into the system.

 

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12 minutes ago, ExpatOilWorker said:

Can you do the 90 days online reporting at the actual reporting date (90th day) or does it still have to be submitted on day 76-83?

On-line 90-day reporting can now be done between 15 days before and actual due date.

See attached graphic.

 

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3 hours ago, ExpatOilWorker said:

Can you do the 90 days online reporting at the actual reporting date (90th day) or does it still have to be submitted on day 76-83?

 

Does it matter? It takes 10 minutes maximum (that's if you do not have the data stored). I usually report on-line 7 - 10 days before the due date. Then if the IOs are busy there will be no question of a delayed acceptance being after the due date. (I had that in the early days of postal reporting and panicked!).

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On 9/21/2020 at 1:40 PM, Peter Denis said:

On-line 90-day reporting can now be done between 15 days before and actual due date.

See attached graphic.

My apologies if this has already been answered, but 378 pages of posts on this subject! My question is has anyone successfully experienced online application in the recently changed last 7 days window ie days 21-27 in new rules and got APPROVED? I ask because even today the immigration has two sets on rules on its web page, one as shown in Peter Denis post above and another in the downloaded PDF help file found on the same web page (picture below top image).

 

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