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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Big Boy » Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:16 pm

They normally write your flight number near your arrival stamp.
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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Pagey » Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:54 pm

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I just used the online service. Report:

Website opened fine in Internet Explorer (I didn't try any other browser today):
https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90 ... 7Action.do

Scrolled down to the 'I have read all of this gubbins' box and checked it. The 'Accept' button then became active and clicked it.

Filled in two pages of TM47 info and that's it done. Printed a copy of the 'pending' confirmation (below) now have to wait for Immigration to confirm it's accepted (so it's not actually legal yet).

The only info they asked that isn't on the paper form is the flight number, which isn't actually on my landing card, so frantic scrabbling for my Emirates check in email from many months ago.

Seems a breeze, in case you're too lazy to go to Bluport. :)

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Unlikely to be rejected now it's pending, most or all of the 'failures' reported don't get that far. I've only once received a confirmation email so I would check your status tomorrow or the day after using your passport number if you don't get an email, and if confirmed click on the magnifying glass at the right hand side and the form with your next due date will be available to print.
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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by 404cameljockey » Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:58 am

Nereus wrote:
Tue Sep 05, 2017 12:14 pm
Seems a breeze, in case you're too lazy to go to Bluport
Or you live 100 Kms or maybe more, away from Hua Hin!
That's a fair point. :D

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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by 404cameljockey » Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:16 pm

I just completed the last stage of the process:

Receive an email saying "Notification 90 days is Approved. You can check status by visit www.immigration.go.th".

Go there (only in Internet Explorer, even Microsoft Edge doesn't seem to work, let alone Firefox/Chrome/Opera etc.) and accept the terms again as before, and then on the next page click the green 'check the status of your application' button.

On the next page fill in your Transaction ref. number under the first tab and your passport details under the second tab and click the magnifying glass under the second tab only. Your application details will then appear underneath.

Next click the magnifying glass to the extreme right of your details to see the approved application. Click PRINT the application, and print your copy.

Next close the print window and DO accept the request to 'close this tab' in the browser too, then you can re-open the page and 'PRINT the next appointment' so you can keep the usual record in your passport of when you need to do it all over again (the joy....).

I'll do it again even though I'll miss my nice lady at Bluport.

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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by SunandFun » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:36 pm

If you live in Phetchanburi Province (Palm Hills) can you still go to Blu Port or do you still have to trek up to The Yang?
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Post by Henry 14th » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:38 pm

SunandFun wrote:If you live in Phetchanburi Province (Palm Hills) can you still go to Blu Port or do you still have to trek up to The Yang?
Trek up to Tha Yang I'm afraid.
404cameljockey wrote:I just completed the last stage of the process:

Receive an email saying "Notification 90 days is Approved. You can check status by visit www.immigration.go.th".

Go there (only in Internet Explorer, even Microsoft Edge doesn't seem to work, let alone Firefox/Chrome/Opera etc.) and accept the terms again as before, and then on the next page click the green 'check the status of your application' button.

On the next page fill in your Transaction ref. number under the first tab and your passport details under the second tab and click the magnifying glass under the second tab only. Your application details will then appear underneath.

Next click the magnifying glass to the extreme right of your details to see the approved application. Click PRINT the application, and print your copy.

Next close the print window and DO accept the request to 'close this tab' in the browser too, then you can re-open the page and 'PRINT the next appointment' so you can keep the usual record in your passport of when you need to do it all over again (the joy....).

I'll do it again even though I'll miss my nice lady at Bluport.

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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by silverbird » Tue Sep 19, 2017 9:45 am

90 day report for those normally using Tha Yang is possible. Did it myself and was approved within a day.

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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Chazz14 » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:52 pm

Tried this today for the first time. Chrome, Firefox and Edge all failed to even get me to page 2...

Tried Internet Explorer 11 (in Windows 10 just press the Windows key and type "Internet Explorer." Failed to get to page 2 again, because having filled in the Captcha number the program confirmed that the number I entered had been verified. On pressing Enter a box was displayed advising me to get further info from my local Immi office...
Are any others having the same prob?

I'm off to Tha Yang then...
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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Big Boy » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:57 pm

I thought I'd read somewhere (might have dreamt it) that Bluport would also process Tha Yang 90 Day reporters.

I've no idea where I read it, but might be worth a try. If you try it, please let us know how you get on. Sincere apologies if I'm talking rubbish.
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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Nereus » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:07 pm

I don't know about Bluport, but my records are in Hua Hin, and as I am mostly in Bangkok I have done it there a couple of times in the past without a problem. What happens if you are travelling somewhere away from Hua Hin and it becomes due? The same with the online reporting. It is not addressed to Hua Hin, just Immigration, and for sure it does not get sent to Hua Hin.

I have been told that it can be done at a police station as well, but have never tried it.
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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by 404cameljockey » Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:05 am

Chazz14 wrote:
Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:52 pm
Tried this today for the first time. Chrome, Firefox and Edge all failed to even get me to page 2...

Tried Internet Explorer 11 (in Windows 10 just press the Windows key and type "Internet Explorer." Failed to get to page 2 again, because having filled in the Captcha number the program confirmed that the number I entered had been verified. On pressing Enter a box was displayed advising me to get further info from my local Immi office...
Are any others having the same prob?

I'm off to Tha Yang then...
Did you try again today? It has been glitchy on occasion in the past, but I thought it was fine for a while now.

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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Chazz14 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:35 pm

Still trying! I still can't get pass the Captcha number at the bottom of page 1...

Presumably, system testing is very expensive in Thailand and the Government can't see that keeping the expats happy is directly employing thousands of Thais around the country. OK, I'm exaggerating, but you know what I mean... It was the same in England, no time for thinking things through - just get it up and running and solve the probs later! MS Windows updates come to mind also... LOL

Rant over - but I feel better for it!

If I go to HH in the next few days, I'll take my passport and then update here.

I assume no 90 day form now required in Tha Yang - can anyone confirm, please?
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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Vital Spark » Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:28 pm

Managed to complete all the online stuff for both of us a week ago. I've just checked and it's still 'pending'. :cuss:

It's due on the 22nd, so I guess I'll keep checking it. Does anyone have any experience on how long it takes to approve? If they have the system set up correctly (and that's a massive IF), it should be automatically approved. It's only a 45 minute drive down the road, but we just haven't got time to waste on a piece of useless paperwork. Grrrr...

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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by Pagey » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:04 pm

One or two days max.
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Re: Immigration to introduce 90 day reporting online

Post by 404cameljockey » Thu Oct 19, 2017 10:17 pm

Yes mine was approved within 24 hours

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