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joelle wrote:
thecolonel wrote: Tue Jul 04, 2023 1:42 pm Anyone else having an issue with the online reporting?

I've done this 4 times before

This time the Captcha feature is not working so I can't log in

Entered my password correctly 5 times - no Captcha, no log in

Yes I know I can go to Bluport but wondered why the error?

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When I have this problem I just use another device and it usually works fine
Whilst using same PC I meant to mention that I closed and reopened a fresh page

I'll try using my mobile

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Update

Meant to say that whist I reloaded page fully I hadn't closed/reopened browser and rebooted PC

But when I did these steps it still didn't work!

NB the Captcha graphics need to be visible BEFORE you even enter your password

Why the PC isn't working on this page today is beyond me

Anyway, at Joelle's suggestion I tried on mobile and it worked (thanks Joelle)

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thecolonel wrote: Tue Jul 04, 2023 4:16 pm Update

Meant to say that whist I reloaded page fully I hadn't closed/reopened browser and rebooted PC

But when I did these steps it still didn't work!

NB the Captcha graphics need to be visible BEFORE you even enter your password

Why the PC isn't working on this page today is beyond me

Anyway, at Joelle's suggestion I tried on mobile and it worked (thanks JoelleImage)

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Hi,

According to the immigration website, the count for 90 day reporting resets to 1 when you re-enter the country (so no need to do it until 89 days after you re-enter Thailand). However, I have also read that immigration in HH has a separate rule that 90 day reporting still needs to be done.

My 90 day reporting was due while I was away. Being in HH do I now start counting from 1 again or do I need to go in asap to do it ? Is there really a local rule here that overrides the national immigration?

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I've always counted day 1 as the day I return to Thailand.
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Hua Hin immigration makes up its own rules but I've never been called out on this one.

What I've noticed is that the online 90-day report system and the national immigration database are not linked. So when you return to Thailand and the 90-day resets, it is not updated in the online database and you'll still get an alert to renew it. I just stick to the online date determination as it is much easier but technically, you can wait 90 days after arrival.
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I forgot to mention that I had a strange little incident when doing my 90 days at Bluport last week. Firstly, my reporting date was set for the 2nd July, which was a Sunday, so that was a bit dumb, but I had also been in Bkk and returned on Monday the 3rd, had a stomach bug on the 4rd, so finally made an appearance on the 5th, in the afternoon.

Grabbed a ticket, noted there were 4-5 people in front of me, so sat down to wait. And just as my number came up, literally, one of the assistants came around to grab everyones passport who was waiting, including mine, and they were taken away to be processed.

I was sitting at the back, so moved a bit nearer, for when she came back and handed them out. An old boy sat one row in front of me and to my right. Anyway, the passports started returning and this chap to my right got given his, but I didn't get mine. He seemed a bit confused, mentioned something to the Thai lady to his left, sat with another farang. He then showed her the passport and I saw he had actually been given my passport! He took a bit of convincing, but handed it over. He then went to explore where his was, and I kept close to him, to make sure he was okay, and he did indeed get his passport. Said lady just laughed when told what she had done.

I know it is stating the obvious, but if the mass grab happens when you are queueing, then make sure you get your own passport back!
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fft100 wrote: Tue Jul 11, 2023 11:55 am Hi,

According to the immigration website, the count for 90 day reporting resets to 1 when you re-enter the country (so no need to do it until 89 days after you re-enter Thailand). However, I have also read that immigration in HH has a separate rule that 90 day reporting still needs to be done.

My 90 day reporting was due while I was away. Being in HH do I now start counting from 1 again or do I need to go in asap to do it ? Is there really a local rule here that overrides the national immigration?

Ta.
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I re-entered, lived in HH and my return was Day 1
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I presume they turn the computers off for six days during the long holiday since I haven't had a response since the online submission on Friday. If nothing has happened by this Friday, its a three-hour round trip to Prachuap on Monday for a ten-second piece of paper. :banghead:
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My latest (approved 20 July) took 5 days to process. No need to worry yet.
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If I am late with my 90 day report ( due next week) what,if any, is the grace period for a filing a few days late? Thanks
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LolaBeltran wrote: Sat Sep 16, 2023 1:13 pm If I am late with my 90 day report ( due next week) what,if any, is the grace period for a filing a few days late? Thanks
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Re: The 90 Day Report Thread

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For *online* reporting do you get 90 days from...

A. the day you apply
B. the day they approve
C. the day you were due, regardless

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From the date of approval, so you normally lose at least a week out of your 90 days, but as it’s relatively painless (when the system works) it’s no big deal.


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