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georgy wrote: Thu May 16, 2024 11:37 am This time processing time was quite long.
Applied on may 8, got confirmation today (16).
Exactly the same for me. My approval came this morning right around 10am.
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My rejection was 10:38 - maybe a blockage was cleared, and they all came spewing out together.
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Yesterday I submitted my 90 day report online for the umpteenth time and today I received an email:

Your application for "STAYING LONGER THAN 90 DAYS" has been rejected.
For first-time requests of a 90-day notification in each country visit, in-person presentation at the immigration office is required.

I entered Thailand at the end of February this year with a re-entry permit, but the generated form said November 2022.

The online application may no longer work if you leave the country and re-enter the country. Big Boy, have you left Thailand since you last applied?
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Useful info Pitsch, thanks. I have 2/3 trips abroad planned, so looks like I will be reacquainting myself with Bluport immigration in the coming months. Luckily it's very local to me.

Meanwhile, I have just had my online application approved within 24 hours. Sent yesterday @10.50 and received back this morning @10.01.
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I left the country last year and returned in September and have done two online reports since then without a problem.


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pitsch wrote: Tue May 21, 2024 10:31 am Big Boy, have you left Thailand since you last applied?
No, the last time I was outside of Thailand was 2019.

Don't panic guys, the nice girl at Bluport more or less told me the computer was suffering a glitch. About a 50% chance of being accepted.
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A friend has just e-mailed me - her 90 day online report has just been rejected, so definitely still a 50/50 chance of acceptance.
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I have now submitted a second application. I only now noticed that the arrival date in Thailand needs to be changed from the specified value. So I hope it works now.It appears that there is no connection between different databases where this information could be retrieved. Does that surprise anyone?
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My second application was rejected for the same reason (I don't know what reason?). So it must be Blueport.
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As I've said, there is a glitch with their computer - you have a 50/50 chance of success.
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Seems a bit silly for main immigration not to have a separate 90 day reporting queue/desk anymore. Definitely used to, and it reduced the number of people in the building and made life quicker.

Online from now on I think (maybe that's immigration subtle plan !)
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If the online system has been fixed - it failed for me the last time I tried it.
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It worked for me last week using Safari on a Mac. I submitted it on the 5th (Friday) and received the approval on the 8th (Monday).
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