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Online 90 day reporting available from April 1st

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Once fully implemented it will be possible for those living in all parts of the country.

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Actually surprised to see that they are using http instead of https for the infrastructure for this service.

More for users confidence in adding security layers to personal information submission than anything else, truth be known ..........................wink.png

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But is it secure? You are posting your passport details and other identity imformation!

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

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

It for doing reports of staying longer than 90 days in the country.

So yes you are very confused.

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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.

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always a bit concerned about things that start on April 1st........

apparently you need Internet explorer. Trust immigration to use a browser that even Microsoft are finished with.....

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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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