ubonjoe

Online 90 Day Reporting Site Is Working

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Wow! good news, got next one coming up in a week, will check this out because had been using it with no problem before it went dow late last yr.

 

Note the separate tread started in the past day badmouthing (well-deserved) the extended downtime for the site.

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Thanks for the information 

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Thanks  but which browser are you using?

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Can someone that has done the online report tell me whats required please. I usually go in personally to do mine & for my mother. 

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13 minutes ago, wonder6281 said:

Thanks  but which browser are you using?

Exactly what I was going to ask.  Is it compatible to all versions of all common browsers? A large number if us use Chrome and I think it was originally set up to work only with an outdated version of MS Internet Explorer.

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Still won't go past page 1 for me. Never had this problem in the past.

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A quick look and both Chrome and Firefox have problems

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23 minutes ago, wonder6281 said:

Thanks  but which browser are you using?

 

5 minutes ago, The Deerhunter said:

Exactly what I was going to ask.  Is it compatible to all versions of all common browsers? A large number if us use Chrome and I think it was originally set up to work only with an outdated version of MS Internet Explorer.

Chrome with the IE Tab extension installed.

You can access the site with any browser but to fill out the form you need Internet Explorer or a compatible browser.

All this has been discussed in the 2 year old  pinned topic at the top of the main page.

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4 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

 

Chrome with the IE Tab extension installed.

You can access the site with any browser but to fill out the form you need Internet Explorer or a compatible browser.

All this has been discussed in the 2 year old  pinned topic at the top of the main page.

Thanks for that

 I am due late May but I will not leave it until the last minute before I try it.

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Sorry but I just tried and got nowhere

 

Tried Internet Explorer and typing in the information went OK and the drop down for "American" worked but once I finished got the error message to see my local  Immigration

 

Tried again using Chrome and Fire Fox with very little luck.  Typed letters and numbers had a long lag between typing and showing up on the online form and no drop down for Nationality, and when I finished everything and hit SUBMIT was met with a blank screen

 

Looks like a trip to Jomtien is in my immediate future 

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6 minutes ago, thainet said:

Yep I just got in very easily today and did 90 days online---had reply of acceptance within 20 mins by email. I use Jomtien and that desk is very efficient.

I used Explorer today, but have used Firefox in the past.

Just login to www.immigration.go.th........then click on    90 days report on the left hand side and follow your nose...you need to scroll all the way to the bottom and accept the Rules/regulations...then fill in the form and submit and then wait for email of accept or not.

You can also check your application status on the website.

That's it---go for it.

OK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OTHERS I JUST USED 'FIREFOX'  (VERSION 51.0.1) AND WENT STRAIGHT TO THE FORM PAGE. SO TODAY EXPLORER AND FIREFOX BOTH WORK VERY WELL.

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5 minutes ago, Langsuan Man said:

Sorry but I just tried and got nowhere

 

Tried Internet Explorer and typing in the information went OK and the drop down for "American" worked but once I finished got the error message to see my local  Immigration

 

Tried again using Chrome and Fire Fox with very little luck.  Typed letters and numbers had a long lag between typing and showing up on the online form and no drop down for Nationality, and when I finished everything and hit SUBMIT was met with a blank screen

 

Looks like a trip to Jomtien is in my immediate future 

There are many reasons for getting the message to contact your local office.

Chrome and Firefox will not work without an extension installed to emulate IE to complete the form.

For more info see the pinned topic about online reporting.

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Great timing. I was just at CW last Friday and it took over 3 hours to do my 90 day report. There were 250 people ahead of me. Oh well. Time to start doing it again online. Great news. 

 

 

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Outstanding I used it before the shut down and worked great will use it next month

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That's great Joe, but does it apply to all immigration offices? Or do we have to check that our local office will allow online reporting?

 

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38 minutes ago, norbra said:

A quick look and both Chrome and Firefox have problems

I use Opera now, so I suppose I have no chance.

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Just did mine.  Submitted successfuly no problem.  Now pending IO approval.

Using Mozilla on my mobile.

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6 minutes ago, possum1931 said:

That's great Joe, but does it apply to all immigration offices? Or do we have to check that our local office will allow online reporting?

 

All immigration offices should allow online reporting. I think there was one rogue office that would not accept them.

4 minutes ago, possum1931 said:

I use Opera now, so I suppose I have no chance.

Not sure if there is a IE Tab extension for Opera (click the link and it will tell you).  You should try going on the site and try filling out the form to find out if Opera will work.

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8 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

All immigration offices should allow online reporting. I think there was one rogue office that would not accept them.

Not sure if there is a IE Tab extension for Opera (click the link and it will tell you).  You should try going on the site and try filling out the form to find out if Opera will work.

Thanks Joe, always on the ball as usual.

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53 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

 

Chrome with the IE Tab extension installed.

You can access the site with any browser but to fill out the form you need Internet Explorer or a compatible browser.

All this has been discussed in the 2 year old  pinned topic at the top of the main page.

So you are saying that we are suppose to use outdated equipment like them? my computer says that's not a safe site and won't connect me.Why don't they use up to date equipment so everybody can use online reporting.. 

For me  I don't care ,its easier to drive 15 min there and do it in person.

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3 hours ago, keeniau96 said:

Wow! good news, got next one coming up in a week, will check this out because had been using it with no problem before it went dow late last yr.

 

Note the separate tread started in the past day badmouthing (well-deserved) the extended downtime for the site.

Try dong it now , see if it works, you can do 14 days before I think ?? 

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Every time the online reporting site is "up", I wonder how many people are going to the site even though they are not due or have no intention of actually filing the report online at that time.  It makes me think the site is getting many more hits that are not actually filing and so create a situation similar to a DNS attack.   

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