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    Help 90 Day Reporting - Online

    I have read here someplace, that it is possible to report online that you are still in the country if you have a non-o or non-b visa for a year. Please, how do you do it online?

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Tommy, as per our phone call


    1. The foreigner makes the notification in person, or
    2. The foreigner authorises another person to make the notification, or
    3. The foreigner makes the notification by registered mail.
    4. The notification must be made within 7 days before or after the period of 90 days expires.
    5. The first application for extension of stay by the foreigner is equivalent to the notification of staying in the Kingdom over 90 days.
    Offices accepting notification:
    1. Counter 3, Immigration Bureau Office, Soi Suanphlu, Bangkok
    2. Visa extension units, Ratchada Centre (BOI)
    3. Immigration offices throughout the country
    Notification by registered mail
    1. Copy of all passport pages (up to the latest arrival stamp in the Kingdom or latest visa stamp)
    2. Copy of arrival/departure card TM. 6 (front and back)
    3. Previous notifications of staying over 90 days (if any)
    4. Completely filled in and signed notification form TM. 47
    5. Envelope with 5 Baht stamp affixed and return address of foreigner for the officer in charge to send back the lower part of form TM. 47 after having received the notification. This part must be kept for reference and for future notifications of staying over 90 days.
    6. The above mentioned documents must be sent by registered mail and the receipt of the registration kept by the foreigner.
      Send the mail before the renewal date 7 days to 90 DAYS REGISTRATION, ROOM 206
      IMMIGRATION BUREAU,
      507 SOI SUANPLU,SOUTH SATHORN RD.,
      THUNGMAHAMEK SATHORN
      BANGKOK. 10120
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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Thanks AO. I appreciate it - the quick response.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Are we talking about overstaying? Is there any way in which you can extend a 90 day 'O' or 'B' visa without physically leaving the country? The lady at the Consulate in Hull said there is no way, you must get an exit stamp as you leave before they renew your visa for a further 90 days. Maybe you residents know a few tricks.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Quote Originally Posted by martyboy View Post
    Are we talking about overstaying? Is there any way in which you can extend a 90 day 'O' or 'B' visa without physically leaving the country? The lady at the Consulate in Hull said there is no way, you must get an exit stamp as you leave before they renew your visa for a further 90 days. Maybe you residents know a few tricks.
    This topic is not about overstay, but 90 day reporting. To answer your question, you can extend a 90 day non-immigrant visa to one year and further extensions for one year after that at any immigration office in Thailand. Just requires a lot more paperwork than the application for the initial 90 day non-immigrant.

    If you are talking about a non-immigrant multiple, it is necesary to leave the country every 90 days.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bear View Post
    This topic is not about overstay, but 90 day reporting. To answer your question, you can extend a 90 day non-immigrant visa to one year and further extensions for one year after that at any immigration office in Thailand. Just requires a lot more paperwork than the application for the initial 90 day non-immigrant.
    I believe you have to have a valid work permit and perhaps a teacher license (I know a guy who has work permit but no TL and has to do this. I never did, I had a WP and a TL) in order for the above to be true.

    There is one exception to the 90-day rule that was not included in AO's informative post.

    If you DO leave and re-enter the country, for vacation or travel, your new 90-day period begins upon your arrival in the country.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterStretch View Post
    If you DO leave and re-enter the country, for vacation or travel, your new 90-day period begins upon your arrival in the country. __________________
    Yup, thats true, it has applied to me in the last period, and will apply again in October.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Quote Originally Posted by martyboy View Post
    Are we talking about overstaying? Is there any way in which you can extend a 90 day 'O' or 'B' visa without physically leaving the country? The lady at the Consulate in Hull said there is no way, you must get an exit stamp as you leave before they renew your visa for a further 90 days. Maybe you residents know a few tricks.
    Nah without a WP or money and marriage or age and money...not really doable. Although if you PM me I might be able to 'help' a bit.


    Also bear in mind RENEWING your work permit and extending your visa at Immigration DOES NOT count as registering your address....this fucks a lot of people up!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MisterStretch View Post
    I believe you have to have a valid work permit and perhaps a teacher license (I know a guy who has work permit but no TL and has to do this. I never did, I had a WP and a TL) in order for the above to be true.
    If it's a Non-imm B (generally) but if it's a Non-imm O (or O/A), ED etc. obviously there are different 'ways' and paperwork to extend it accordingly other than a WP/TL (which you can't do on a ED anyway, but can sometimes on an O).
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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    They wer supposed 2 b makin it possible 2 do it on-line

    but,,,TiT,,,, it didn happen

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Quote Originally Posted by kenkannif View Post
    Also bear in mind RENEWING your work permit and extending your visa at Immigration DOES NOT count as registering your address....this fucks a lot of people up!!!
    It cost me 2K to learn that lesson KK! Its from the date on your entry card thing, not your last visa or extension.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    ^ Indeed!!! One of the reasons I posted it as I've known it happen to a fair few peeps!!!

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Just came back from Immigration. The queue is endless, for a 90 day compulsory reporting!!! Will go back tomorrow. They have no idea to speed things up over there.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    ^ You can do it by messenger mate...let Somchai wait in the queue.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Quote Originally Posted by kenkannif View Post
    Somchai wait in the queue.
    Just got here mate. Haven't been able to organize myself yet.

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    Re: 90 Day Reporting - Online

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommyk View Post
    Just came back from Immigration. The queue is endless, for a 90 day compulsory reporting!!! Will go back tomorrow. They have no idea to speed things up over there.
    Which immigration office are you going to? If you are in Bangkok anywhere close to Central Lad Prhao, you can go to Raza Tower 2. You will probably be in and out in 15-20 minutes. It might be a bit longer, but a couple of times I have been in and out in five minutes.

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