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    90 day reporting per internet

    Does anyone know if this works now, or if it is canceled?
    Bangkok immigration is extreme far away, so any solution that saves me ride would be great

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    I've done it twice with no problems. The first time I received an email back to say it was approved but the second time there was no email. I just logged in again later and it had been approved. You just print out the slip.

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    A little more info would be useful;

    It must be done between 7 and 15 days before your due date.

    If you initially entered Thailand, (with your initial visa), prior to 2013, then you are probably not on the system.

    If any details are different to your last report, it will not work.

    It must be done via IE or another browser using an emulator.

    Facts, not just personal experience. :-)

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    Most of bigt116's info is correct but my initial entry that all my extensions are based on was 1990. So it's still not entirely clear why some people are in the system and others are not. It may depend on if or when you last took a trip out of Thailand. And it would seem that other people have had the same experience with the email not being sent after making their second report, so they may have stopped doing that.

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    Thanks everyone!!! that saves me half a day
    My current Visa is like half a year old so I should be in the system
    Anyone has the url on hand?

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    https://extranet.immigration.go.th/f.../TM47Action.do

    You'll probably have to go through the safety warning about the server's certificate.

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    Quote Originally Posted by KhaoNiaw View Post
    https://extranet.immigration.go.th/f.../TM47Action.do

    You'll probably have to go through the safety warning about the server's certificate.
    yes thanks that works

    Where can I donate 5 USD for the cheapest certificate so they don't need to use a "self signed" one?

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    just tried it, after pressing "Sent" I got a white screen in the browser....Normal?
    No email or anything else that would indicate that everything is OK.

    Edit: that was at Step 1...so that is for sure not normal. Used stock IE that came with Win7.
    Any tipps/tricks?

    Edit2: Now it did work.....that is buggy....
    Last edited by h90; 19-10-15 at 03:25 PM.

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    just got the approved. The webpage is complete buggy, many things need to be tried a few times till you find a way around the problems.
    But than finally it saved me 600-800 Baht in travel and half a day.
    So well done Immigration

    Now it only would need someone who can fix the details....for me no problem anymore but for new visitors....specially elderly people or people who are scared of trying the same thing 5 times.
    But having a bad online reporting webpage is 1000% better than having none

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    Re: 90 day reporting per internet

    A lot of times it's because you're running a pop-up-blocker, and when you press send it tries to open another page but is blocked from doing so.

    Also a tip is, IF there isn't a red star beside a variable data field on the page DON'T put anything on that line. Do it with the minimum required data..

    Once you're approve you'll get the choice to print both the approval (a worthless piece of paper) AND you're receipt of reporting with your next 90 day report date on it <- the one you keep in your passport. One other good feature is ALL the successful 90 day reports you do online are available for you to see, reprint if you lose the paper etc.

    What I did find out in talking to the people out at Chaengwattana was.. It's NOT so much when you came into the country, as I've had people with entry dates as early as 2007 get approved. It's WHERE you entered the country. The land borders were not tied into the immigration system like the international airports were until 2013.

    The officer told my it wasn't my entry that was too early, it was my arrival/departure card wasn't in the system because my last entry into thailand was from a land border in 2009. He said to exit/re-enter. I thought that was totally stupid but it got me thinking. What if it's only the arrival departure card that isn't in the system that's stopping me from being able to use the online reporting?

    To test this theory out; I am going to stop by my local police station getting a police report saying I lost my departure card (needed to get a free replacement out at Chaengwattana). When they give you new departure card they also enter that data into the system.

    Maybe it's as simple as swapping out your old departure card with a new one to get your into the system.. Who knows, but I'm gonna try it and weigh back in whether I can use the online system when my next 90 days comes up.

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