Jonathan Fairfield

Online 90 day reporting available from April 1st

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

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If you have Firefox

Install Add-on User Agent Overrider

Select IE 11

Then it works with Firefox

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At some point in the future... so currently only available on a browser nobody uses //

Nobody? IE still is more used than Firefox, Safari or Opera

and - mainly - is *available* on most Windows PC

BTW did you read the original article ?

The service currently requires the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.

The bureau hopes to make it compatible with other popular browsers later.

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Bravo, at last, Thailand is moving forward into the 21st century, I just hope that this is the prelude

to easier and better things to come to make foreigners life here a lot easier...

Given that it only works on Internet Explorer they have only moved into the 20th century... coffee1.gif

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90 day report online is currently NOT recommended:

As HTTP Secure is NOT provided.

Seriously... It's not a site where you use your Credit Card,

and your personal data are all over the Internet already.

Why would a pirate lost his time to intercept your Internet communications with this site ?

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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

When I copy and paste into Chrome I am getting a message generated by the Immigration Bureau website advising they "support current and older versions of Internet Explorer ONLY"

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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

When I copy and paste into Chrome I am getting a message generated by the Immigration Bureau website advising they "support current and older versions of Internet Explorer ONLY"

Just click "OK" and then the rest of the page will load.

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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

When I copy and paste into Chrome I am getting a message generated by the Immigration Bureau website advising they "support current and older versions of Internet Explorer ONLY"

I get that also. But when I click OK it opens the page. Sometimes I have to open the page a couple of times before it goes all the way to the immigration site.

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Unless it involves a longish journey, which for me it does not, then it seems as though a visit to the Immigration Office is far more straight forward.

Incidentally I have never been in Jomtien I.O. for more than 15 minutes for 90 day reporting.

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ID: 36   Posted (edited)

Why is the pdf user guide in Thai?

are there many thai's doing 90 day reports?

works for me in firefox 37 at least as far as i have checked.

I would have felt better if they announced it starts April 2nd, than the 1st LOL

Edited by phuketrichard

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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.

(reporting will be effective from April 1st 2015)

spot the clue ??

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

I dont' know where this "April 1st" date come from,

as articles yesterday in media only said "in April"...

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Visited Samut Sakhon Immigration on the 25th for my retirement extension. They told me that the online service will be ready next month. Due to our travel schedule, my next report will be due in February, should be working OK by then LOL. Other browsers can be made to work or just add an IE extension. I added the extensions to Firefox and Chrome, both work (but only to the level as the current beta version works),

Next TM28 - Change of address?

Because we have made friends with our local Immigration Police, they allow us to do it by phone, nice one, very convenient. Perhaps it's lucky for us that they have very few Farang on their books and can spend a little extra time with us? Or is it that I am just such a Hansum Man?

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ID: 41   Posted (edited)

just tested

super slow access and probably not so many visitors...

so, i suppose it will just crash if a few tens or hundreds will try to access it at the same time, when it is supposed to work ...

this is 1990's technologogy / programming

and indeed, like some people reported

<deleted> ... manuel in THAI ??????? What is the use of that ? to show every thai, that they made this, for themselves, but not for ENGLISH SPEAKING people

or you have to fill it in with your TEE RAK next to you ?

Edited by maidee

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are you not supposed to tell the lie ON the first of April and not a week before???

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Where is the applicable "online" setup procedure in order to sent the 90 days application via email.

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ID: 45   Posted (edited)

Rather daft timing to put this into effect on April Fools Day.

If it is a joke, then people will try it and fail.

If it is real then it is just idiotic to NOT notice that,

the day they roll it out is April Fools Day.

Edited by animatic

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ID: 46   Posted (edited)

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've just opened it too, following your advice, that is to say copy and paste the address you gave in my browser, by the way Chrome on MacBook pro. Also I had not any more this little screen "works only with I explorer" I had before, so is it possible (too much) they do not realise it works with other browsers?

Edited by Tchooptip

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Come on you guys!

This is a step in the right direction, please give them a chance.

Anything is better than the grief I get when I go to Korat Immigration.

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

You do have to wonder sometimes . . . .

Firefox anybody? Now the industry standard compatible across all platforms? No?

Its off to the internet cafe for me I guess

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

You do have to wonder sometimes . . . .

Firefox anybody? Now the industry standard compatible across all platforms? No?

Its off to the internet cafe for me I guess

It will work with Firefox. Go back and read a few posts about it working.

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

Killjoy!!!

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