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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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3 hours ago, Olmate said:

I think its telling u to stick with ure agent😂

 

I've only ever used an agent once to satisfy immigration as to my credentials for staying in Thailand. It was in 1999 through a company named ThaiVisa on Sukhomvit Soil 21 in Bangkok. No complaints but since then I have found it to be cheaper to do it myself.

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7 minutes ago, Calvin1976 said:

Applied 1st online 90 days report last Thursday and approved on Friday.

Last report done at MTT in August.

 

Something not perfect...

Put few days earlier on "stay permitted date" compared with imm. stamped date when applied.

Contrary to a renewal of a 1-year extension of stay application, with the new extension provided from date of permission to stay expiry (so that every year your permission to stay date stay same, unless you switch the reason for application), the 90-days provided when doing your 90-day report will start from date of notification/approval.

Since you can do it 14 days early till actual due date, it will actually become a 75-day report when you consistently do it on day-1 from the 2-week application window.

As doing the 90-day report on-line isn't a big deal (took me 3 minutes when I did it last time, because your browser 'remembers' your previous entries and only needs first correct character to suggest you the input you made on previous report), 'losing those early application days' is no issue.  But it's of course a different matter when you do your 90-day reports in person and have to visit your local IO to do them if that local IO is far away from where you are living

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5 hours ago, Peter Denis said:

Contrary to a renewal of a 1-year extension of stay application, with the new extension provided from date of permission to stay expiry (so that every year your permission to stay date stay same, unless you switch the reason for application), the 90-days provided when doing your 90-day report will start from date of notification/approval.

 

 

My previous passport expired in 2010 and whereas my 2010 extension of stay commenced on the day following the expiry of my previous one, my 2020 extension commenced on the day following the expiry of my passport. The system has changed sometime in the last 10 years.

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Despite being 13 days early I got my PENDING in one hour and the full confirm in 3 days (Mac with Safari). The one 3 months ago was through my agent and arrived 2 days before DDay. Prior to that, there was the 4 month amnesty, but whatver may have happened then, I seem to be running smoothly again now.

 

Eddy

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I'm also on the Pending status for several days at CW immigration. My due day is on 20 November. 

What is the phone number I can call them to assure they received my application.

 

My application has been approved.

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5 hours ago, pauleddy said:

Despite being 13 days early I got my PENDING in one hour and the full confirm in 3 days (Mac with Safari). The one 3 months ago was through my agent and arrived 2 days before DDay. Prior to that, there was the 4 month amnesty, but whatver may have happened then, I seem to be running smoothly again now.

 

Eddy

 

I ignored the amnesty completely (but I needed to apply for my extension application) and just continued on-line reporting as usual.

 

And I still am.

 

Surin Immigration Office. 

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On 11/6/2020 at 6:24 PM, Mr Derek said:

And to someone else who advised to put in the minimum possible on a form - good luck with that strategy, which is a recipe for having the forms thrown back in your face.

 

I learned this the hard way. Following (very reasonable) advice on this forum, I filled out only the "required" boxes on the online 90-day report, and got a reply back within two hours telling me that my report was denied because I hadn't filled in all the boxes 🙄  I re-did it with all of the non-asterisked fields completed, and was approved right away.

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On 12/2/2020 at 3:59 PM, Jeffr2 said:

Just did it today and it worked great.  I entered Thailand in March, did my last 90 days in person, and this one online.  Firefox, windows 10.  No issues at all.

I got my first NON-O 1yr extension based on Thai spouse in September. They did the 90day report for me when I picked up my passport.
Can I do my first "real" (meaning I have to do it myself) 90day report online or do I have to go there? 

Asking because I remember reading something about the first report having to be in person.

Thanks.

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