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90 Day Reporting Online Experiences 2016

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90 Day reporting on line - did it yesterday evening and it failed, but it was 91 days.

Did it this morning about 8am and got a reply at 9.08am to say it was accepted.

I followed the 90 day procedures linked in the 1st posting and it was painless if you do exactly as instructed but do note,

Use the drop down things - Chiang Mai is miss spelt. I assume if you spell it correctly the system can not find your address.

Since 99% of windows computers still have IE installed I used IE to do the report. Tried first in Firefox but you had to type a letter, wait 30 secs, type the next letter etc. Much quicker to start up IE and use that.

Do note the application number - long thing that allows for many trillions to visit Thailand each year. Although I think you can log back in using passport details.

This next bit requires checking and confirmation by others:

To print out the 'approved' notice (after I got my approval email) I clicked 'application (PRINT)' - and got a message saying immigration wanted to close the page. But you have to click 'download' before the page is closed - so reject the message about closing from IE and then download the approval notice.

Then you need to do it again to download the 'next appointment PRINT' - this download has the receipt of notification to put in your passport.

This is my first on-line report and follows a trip out of the country.

Fiddly, but better than a trip to promenade.

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Tried it on Monday , didn't work , Tuesday didn't work , now i am back to mailing with registered post.

Will give it another try in 90 day's from now.

The last time it went easy online ,but this time the whole site was blinking after every line i filed in.

Good luck.

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Terminator - I got the same blinking when using firefox. Using latest IE on windows 7 it worked fine

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Apparently 90 day reporting by post is no longer an option.

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Apparently 90 day reporting by post is no longer an option.

... for Sparkles, at least coffee1.gif

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Apparently 90 day reporting by post is no longer an option.

... for Sparkles, at least coffee1.gif

There will be a few more people trekking in there Monday as they have no intention of posting them.

At least you get your self addressed envelope back !

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Apparently 90 day reporting by post is no longer an option.

... for Sparkles, at least coffee1.gif

There will be a few more people trekking in there Monday as they have no intention of posting them.

At least you get your self addressed envelope back !

And yet some are in fact getting them back even yesterday folks who mailed on 12/18/15 just got theirs back

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/881961-90-day-reporting-comments-and-experiences-2016/#entry10285969

So as always there are no absolutes in CM Imm no matter who tells you what

Ah well just roll with it I guess wink.png

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No matter what I've tried today using different browsers & settings, I can only get as far as "Submit", hit the button, and no server response at the point.....the drop down menu for "Nationality" doesn't respond, so I don't know if when typing "USA" in the box is an error preventing the processing....I'm within the 15-7 days online window...

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Frustrating if no matter what browser you try, the drop down menu still refuses to work. Since U.S. citizens need to select "AMERICAN/อเมริกัน" from the drop down list, don't know if typing that as free text (do not include the quotes) would work. But, you will also need the ability to use drop-down lists when you enter your address on later screens. You may want to try starting over using latest rev version of IE (if available) and try this link: https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online/online/tm47/TM47Action.do?cmd=acceptTerm

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You've absolutely got to the use the drop-down menus if they're an option. For example, they have misspelled Chiang Mai, at least in English, in their drop-down for the provinces, so if you typed it with the correct spelling, it wouldn't recognize the province name.

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MadMac- it DID work for me first & only time I tried- last September. CMsojourner- thanks for the help but still the same- no drop down yet I get all the way to "Submit" & click and no response from the server. NancyL- Keep up all your good works- I follow closely. I think that it is the inability to get the drop down which is preventing my being able to process it this time....am going to mail it in now

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Tried again using IE7 & did get the Nationality dropdown to select American...but again, no further processing after I clicked "Submit".

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We had the subject before, the conclusion was you need to do one report in person before it's entered in the computer.

What I don't understand however, my last entry was in BKK and I did a report in person there. As the Website does not ask for a location and immediately fails after pressing the button (not enough time to check any database), I believe the system is still flawed and it's a software problem.

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