Jonathan Fairfield

Online 90 day reporting available from April 1st

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Surely it doesn't take a unknown amount of time to make this service available on other browsers? Seemingly pointless start to a good idea. Although nobody can give a logical reason why 90 day reporting is called for. Maybe if you move address yes then I can understand that. If you are up to no good you are unlikely to give a correct new address anyway. So come on you go ahead immigration service get with the plan. Lets have it on Firefox etc..

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Anyone else see the irony of opening up the program on this date? clap2.gifcheesy.gif

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The Online 90 days reporting will replace the usual visa run? Is that right or am I confused?

Confused as it gets.. or was that a joke? :-))
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The Online 90 days reporting will replace the usual visa run? Is that right or am I confused?

The 90 Reporting and Visas are completely independent of each other and not connected except in that their administration takes place in the same building.

90 Day reporting is a method by which the civil authorities can keep track of foreigners in Thailand. Offences are therefore non-indictable.

Visas are a legal requirement for entry. Offences are indictable.

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At the moment, about as much use as a one legged man in arse kicking contest.The Immigration site makes no mention of this and the link for 90 days says only IE can use it.w00t.gif

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^ yes,you're confused.

The user guide seems to be conveniently written in Thai!

Exactly what I was thinking ! A user guide for Thai users ???

Myy be useful for those with spouses or visa service people , but an Immigration guide for foreigners would be more useful in the ASEAN official Language : English.

More so, he press release mention that this was done because of coming ASEAN.

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I have just done mine online, but when I clicked on "send" I didn't get any confirmation message. Email confirmation would be ideal. I will send my documents by post just in case.

It wont work until April 1.

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Anyone else see the irony of opening up the program on this date? clap2.gifcheesy.gif

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Yes, but you can only pull this stunt before midday. 'Pinch,punch, first day of the month, and no returns.' April fool!cheesy.gif

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Haven't opened the site, but if you go into overstay, i.e. can't get to CWattana on time due to circumstances unforeseen, does it permit paying the 2,000B via credit card? If so, how much of a risk is that? Anybody?

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At some point in the future... so currently only available on a browser nobody uses and is going away completely.

It is possible to do it with other browsers. I just opened it on Chrome using a bookmark for the page I set up when this was first discussed. It will not work by clicking the link on the immigration website. Copy and paste this address in the your bowser extranet.immigration.go.th/pibics/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

Doesn't work with my Chrome of Firefox

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I got to download some User Manual PDF showing foreigners how to fill in forms........All IN THAI. It did explain that where it says NAME, you put your NAME, DATE OF BIRTH put DATE OF BIRTH etc etc....TIT.

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Haven't opened the site, but if you go into overstay, i.e. can't get to CWattana on time due to circumstances unforeseen, does it permit paying the 2,000B via credit card? If so, how much of a risk is that? Anybody?

If you are late you will have to go to immigration to do your report and pay the fine.

The instructions tell you that you can only do online reporting in the window of 15 to 7 days before the report date.

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At some point in the future... so currently only available on a browser nobody uses and is going away completely.

It is possible to do it with other browsers. I just opened it on Chrome using a bookmark for the page I set up when this was first discussed. It will not work by clicking the link on the immigration website. Copy and paste this address in the your bowser extranet.immigration.go.th/pibics/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

Doesn't work with my Chrome of Firefox

Have you clicked OK on the message about it only working with IE, It should load after that.

When I do it in Chrome it does not always work the first time for some reason. But it does work on the next try.

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Anyone else see the irony of opening up the program on this date? clap2.gifcheesy.gif

No

Because it's on 'Civil Service Day'?

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Opened in Linux using Chrome and FF with the link. S>L>O>W as could be, and I am on fiber optic 3BB. Got the home page, scrolled through the agreement down to bottom, tried to click the "accept" but dysfunctional, but the "decline" works which of course boots you out.

Nor ready for prime time.

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me="Suradit69" post="9235552" timestamp="1427421404"]

Could the announcement or some step-by-step instructions be pinned in this forum for future reference?

Shirley, it will be simple and straightforward to use, being written by Thai web designers. And well-maintained, too...

No need instructions.

My point exactly

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<script type='text/javascript'>window.mod_pagespeed_start = Number(new Date());</script>

At some point in the future... so currently only available on a browser nobody uses and is going away completely.

Yeah I noticed that too! Is anyone surprised by this? What web lackey would design it only for explorer but a Thai?

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Anyone else see the irony of opening up the program on this date? clap2.gifcheesy.gif

Actually considering the usual "news item" posted on Thai Visa on that date and the usual hook-line-and-sinker reactions by Thai Visa members, it may be ironic is a way totally opposite from what you are implying.

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<script type='text/javascript'>window.mod_pagespeed_start = Number(new Date());</script>

At some point in the future... so currently only available on a browser nobody uses and is going away completely.

It is possible to do it with other browsers. I just opened it on Chrome using a bookmark for the page I set up when this was first discussed. It will not work by clicking the link on the immigration website. Copy and paste this address in the your bowser extranet.immigration.go.th/pibics/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

Doesn't work with my Chrome of Firefox

Have you clicked OK on the message about it only working with IE, It should load after that.

When I do it in Chrome it does not always work the first time for some reason. But it does work on the next try.

It works. You have to scroll down to the bottom and acknowledge you've read the agreement by clicking a box. Then the "Accept" button activates.

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so what about the dozen bodies milling around in the 90 days reporting office, i suppose they will be milling around somewhere else lol !! joke ok, i know some people will still report, i wait on feedback before i commit,

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Well was gonna try online report on 29th of this month so guess it's a final trip to immo for the gf sob sob.

As for ie it isn't being dropped as such as it will run in conjunction with the new browser as i'm led to believe on reading microsoft literature.

So this old man set in his way is smiling once again.

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Haven't opened the site, but if you go into overstay, i.e. can't get to CWattana on time due to circumstances unforeseen, does it permit paying the 2,000B via credit card? If so, how much of a risk is that? Anybody?

Just to point out ( and it matters to understand, it's not just hair-splitting) : you are NOT on overstay at any point if you miss your 90-day report. Overstay is an immigration offence - it means you are in the country illegally after your permission to stay has expired.

Your 90-day report does not PERMIT you to stay longer, and not doing it doesn't mean you have "overstayed". You can enter Thailand on Jan 1st, on a visa that allows you to stay for a year, and you still have to do a 90-day report at the end of March. If you do not do it you still have a completely valid permission to stay for a year, and this is not changed.

You merely become guilty of the technical offence of failing to report your address at intervals of 90 days, which is triggered whenever you stay in the country for 90 days consecutively. The need to do 90-day reports is in fact caused by the fact that you have permission to stay that exceeds 90 days, and so you are by definition never on on overstay after 90 days, even if you don't do your address report.

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At some point in the future... so currently only available on a browser nobody uses and is going away completely.

It is possible to do it with other browsers. I just opened it on Chrome using a bookmark for the page I set up when this was first discussed. It will not work by clicking the link on the immigration website. Copy and paste this address in the your bowser extranet.immigration.go.th/pibics/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

I just copied & pasted the address in Chrome on a MacBook Pro,Whatever came up didn't work ,Thanx.

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Does this work when doing a 90 day reporting for a non- immigration O visa, it is multiple entry and I have to do a border run every 90 days? I don't want have to do a border run every 90 days if possible.

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