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34 minutes ago, pauleddy said:

My 90 day 0N LINE [normally, if I can} is due 23 November.. What is the timing stuff now? Does my online window CLOSE 1 week before and not open at all after 23rd? I ask only because I think it changed 3 months ago and now you can do 90 day until the day before, on line,

 

My report was due on 3rd November and I did it last night (27th Oct) and got the approval today.

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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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11 hours ago, pauleddy said:

Old chestnut sorry.

 

My 90 day 0N LINE [normally, if I can} is due 23 November.. What is the timing stuff now? Does my online window CLOSE 1 week before and not open at all after 23rd? I ask only because I think it changed 3 months ago and now you can do 90 day until the day before, on line,

 

Eddy

It is 15 days before up to the report date now. After the 23rd of November you would have to in in person within 7 days.

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39 minutes ago, pauleddy said:

If I can't get the app to work (again), is the 90 days done at CW or MTT now?

 

MTT

Have you tied the online reporting site?

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On 10/20/2020 at 9:07 PM, Mutt Daeng said:

I think you are right about "instant approval" being an option that individual offices can select. Buriram IO has being doing this for some time. My last 2-3 reports have all been instant approval and the approved report shows "auto".

 

Unlike myself in Surin, just up the road. Submitted today c. 10:30; approved c. 16:30. Not that it is any problem whatsoever - my report was due 11:11:2020.

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Looks like they give you 90 days from when you report. So you lose days if you report early.

So if you want to do fewer reports, leave it until the last day.

(But typing stuff into a computer is no big deal anyway.)

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5 hours ago, JetsetBkk said:

Looks like they give you 90 days from when you report. So you lose days if you report early.

So if you want to do fewer reports, leave it until the last day.

(But typing stuff into a computer is no big deal anyway.)

I don't understand how one 'loses days'..... what are we tallking here, after 3 years one has to report an extra single time?

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19 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

I don't understand how one 'loses days'..... what are we tallking here, after 3 years one has to report an extra single time?

 

When your on-line report application is accepted the next time that you are required to report by is 90 days after the date of acceptance. Therefore if you report 15 days early you're actually reporting every 75 days.

 

However, as @JetsetBkkstates, typing details into a computer is no big deal; in fact some browsers store the majority of the information which makes it even less of a chore.

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6 hours ago, JetsetBkk said:

Looks like they give you 90 days from when you report. So you lose days if you report early.

So if you want to do fewer reports, leave it until the last day.

(But typing stuff into a computer is no big deal anyway.)

 

Unless the site happens to be down on the "last day" (which is not unheard of) in which case you will need to report in person.

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Has anyone ever had problems with the online system and then got it fixed? It used to work for me in the past, smooth as silk, but for the past year I get the "For further information..." panel after the first page.

 

I suspect after I came back from a trip last Christmas, the immigration guy at the airport tapped in some incorrect data into the system. So last time I went to MTT I politely asked the IO three times to check my details on the system to see if it was all correct. He either wouldn't, or couldn't, or didn't understand what I was asking, so predictably it's still not working.

 

To save time and trouble, I'm not asking for ad hoc suggestions - I've followed all the speculative advice to no avail.  I am filling the form in correctly. I have tried several different browsers and different computers. No dice. And I think the suggestion to just keep trying is bad advice - IMO, if it doesn't work after doing everything correctly, THEN IT WILL NEVER WORK.

 

I'm specifically asking here if anyone has managed to get it fixed (and how) after experiencing the recurring "For further information..." problem. Is there any hope at all?

 

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18 hours ago, Mr Derek said:

I'm specifically asking here if anyone has managed to get it fixed (and how) after experiencing the recurring "For further information..." problem. Is there any hope at all?

 

While I haven't read every single post I have read a lot, here and on FB forums, and I do not recall anyone mentioning a fix. (There has been a post or two where someone mentions that an IO did something, but no real detail or follow-up).

 

I'm in a similar situation.

 

I do not believe an IO at arriving Immigration can "tap in incorrect information" - they use the MRZ scanning option. 

 

Perhaps a recent in-person report (after an extension of stay renewal) will "fix" our "record", but not holding out much hope. 

 

It seems like they broke something - again based on the number of people having issues now - when they were fixing something else (new passport issue? no recent re-entry?).

 

I sent an email to the mobile app developer - only contact I could find - highlighting the issue (it happens with the mobile app too), but have not had a response.

 

After all that, I look forward to responses to your question. At least ones that do not involve an amulet, animal sacrifice or "my wife's brother-in-laws cousin who is a senior immigration official".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, mtls2005 said:

I do not believe an IO at arriving Immigration can "tap in incorrect information" - they use the MRZ scanning option. 

 

Perhaps a recent in-person report (after an extension of stay renewal) will "fix" our "record", but not holding out much hope.

 

I've done two in-person reports since, and that didn't fix it.

 

There is usually a flurry of tapping at airport immigration but I don't know what they are inputting - I assume the flight no. and the Re-entry permit no. etc. If they put in the wrong flight number, for example, then I'm thinking the mismatch might screw up my online reporting. Just guessing, as I can't imagine what else it could be. Nothing else has changed. I have the same old passport and same address for years...

 

Anyway this time I did it by post. Fortunately I tried the online system on the 15th day so I could still mail it in within the deadline. However, I really don't want to fanny about with all those photocopies every time. I would actually pay to get the online system fixed.

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I did my online report to BKK CW yesterday, and ran into a couple of issues that I was, fortunately, able to resolve.

 

1. the 90-day reporting website wouldn't even load when I was connected to my regular US VPN IP (which was working just fine for all other purposes)... but as soon as I changed to my Thai ISP IP, the same website loaded just fine.

 

2. using Firefox browser on my PC, I twice had an issue where after entering in all my basic info on the first screen, entering in the Captcha number and then clicking to proceed to the next screen, the website simply returned an entirely blank webpage.

 

I got that the first time, so I then backed out, and re-entered the site, re-entered all my info on the first screen, and then clicked to proceed to the 2nd page screen, and then again got the same blank webpage. The second time, not knowing what else to do, I tried reloading the 2nd screen blank page, and that time, doing so produced the correct second screen where I could enter in my visa category and the other stuff.

 

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11 hours ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

I tried reloading the 2nd screen blank page, and that time, doing so produced the correct second screen

 

This re-load option has been mentioned - I only saw it recently AFTER I did an in-person report - as a work-around.

 

Thanks for this detail, suspect it will potentially help many people.

 

Have to help a neighbor file this morning, will use it if needed and follow up here.

 

 

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