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New Hua Hin Immigration offices set to open February, 2017

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Time to amend the thread title from 'February 2017' to 'In the near future'?

My query today at HH IO was met with a wry shrug (90 day visit by me)

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I try not to worry about things I have no control over. And where the Immigration Office is located is one of them.

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Why do a great many people expect every service, facility, shop, garage, hospital etc to be on their own doorstep, the new immigration office is only around a 10 minute drive from town and will probably have adeaquate parking on site as well. For once I gain as will only be a few minutes from my house but never once complained about the other 4 sites in been on in my time - I simply go as do many others that I know. And when compared with how far some have to travel or the hassles to be had in other provinces then we should be extremely greatful for Hua Hin being where it is and the way it is.

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On 11/22/2016 at 6:16 PM, bloynic said:

I had to do my 90 day report today. Was very busy and the bloke I saw was moaning about how busy he was and that he had a bad headache.

I said well if we didn't have to come for this (I don't have internet explorer) you would have far less people. He then explained with great delight that from next month it would be possible to do 90 day reports, re-entry permits and a couple i things I can't remember at Blueport 

I don't have IE either but used Chrome and had no issues. Qualification that I haven't done a 90 dayer since last October.

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22 hours ago, pcliff069 said:

I don't have IE either but used Chrome and had no issues. Qualification that I haven't done a 90 dayer since last October.

All Thai government extranet sites (including 90-day online reporting) were closed down in January over concerns about hacking threats. No word yet, as far as I'm aware, on when or if they will ever be restored.

 

http://tech.thaivisa.com/hackers-launch-cyber-attack-on-thai-government-websites/19055/

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20 minutes ago, GroveHillWanderer said:

All Thai government extranet sites (including 90-day online reporting) were closed down in January over concerns about hacking threats. No word yet, as far as I'm aware, on when or if they will ever be restored.

 

http://tech.thaivisa.com/hackers-launch-cyber-attack-on-thai-government-websites/19055/

yep that was my understanding of the present position.

 

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21 hours ago, pcliff069 said:

yep that was my understanding of the present position.

 

Oops, sorry - my mistake. According to reports I've just noticed on here and other websites, online 90-day reporting is back up and running as of a few days ago. 

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Oops, sorry - my mistake. According to reports I've just noticed on here and other websites, online 90-day reporting is back up and running as of a few days ago. 

That's good news.
Just got back from Vietnam so have a while b4 my next one.
And with Bluport so close hopefully spoiled for choices

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