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  1. If I remember correctly it was reported some time ago that Buriram did not conduct on-line reporting. I'm pleased to hear that they now do. I just hope that Surin office follows suit.
  2. As did I (to my private email address which Thaivisa do have I believe). I shall not be participating.
  3. Does the initial application reflect the length of time of the extension in a reduced fee? 555555555555555555
  4. From my experience, albeit from 8 years ago, your passport does not need 12 months validity. However, you will only be granted an extension of stay up to the date of the expiry of your passport. When you receive your new passport, you will need to visit immigration and have all your details transferred and the additional time should then be added to meet your yearly expiry date. This makes sense to me as, being a Brit, we can only apply for a new passport up to 9 months prior to expiry.
  5. Just for information, I visited Surin Immigration last week and: Applied for my new extension of stay 43 days prior to the expiration of last year's extension. The extension was granted. Reported my address in accordance with the 90 day reporting rule 5 days after it was specifically due. My subsequent date to report is 90 days after the date that I reported.
  6. The reason that I asked is that I am required to report to Surin Immigration. Yes, the system determines which office needs to process the on-line 90 day application but unfortunately Surin Immigration (and also Buriram Immigration I'm told) don't give a shit.
  7. To which office are you required to report?
  8. Or in my case "don't do it"!
  9. I like the phrase "when necessary" rather than "if necessary".
  10. Note : Please keep the transaction reference number for follow-up or reporting a problem to the help desk when necessary. Has anyone tried reporting the problem to the help desk? I cannot even find the help desk!
  11. I have breezed through three on-line reports in the last 12 months. All three still say "PENDING".
  12. I sent my first postal request for 90 day report to Bangkok (as indicated on the website). Bangkok sent back the receipt 21 days later saying I had to mail the request to my local immigration office. I checked with Surin Immigration later and they stated that they did not accept postal reporting.
  13. OK, thank you. The Surin office allowed me to extend 40 days before expiry last year so I guess they are in the former category.