All done and dusted for another 90 days
Sikhumvit is not that bad, it's Theprasit thats the pain in the butt, ongoing/ permanent drainage works.So was my mate this morning.
For him it took him 2 minutes and he didn't have to put his coffee down. All approved and back by email within 2 hours, didn't leave the house.
Next time it will be the same for him whereas you will have to negotiate the Sukhumvit Road. ..at least you should both be dry next time as Pattaya s rainy season should be over....
Sikhumvit is not that bad, it's Theprasit thats the pain in the butt, ongoing/ permanent drainage works.
Following being told that I am already registered, I followed the instructions to reapply for a new password and lo and behold, it worked!!!
Will test out the system at the end of the month and report back to Co Co.
Thanks, will do. I did get a response immediately to say my registration/password change was sucessful.@Ivor the Engine - you should get an email reminder about 17 days beforehand and you can submit 14 calendar days before your report date (ie due 31st can report from 17th).
Just keep one eye around that date because I don't know if they only start to send reminders AFTER you have reported once online.
I am following this conversation with great interest. 14 days before my reporting date is the 23rd of August. If I am to get an email 3 days before that, the 20th of August should be the day.
Your reporting date is 6th September?
You can report online "15 days before, up until the report date" (Immigration count 6th September as day one, so it is really 14 calendar days ie 23rd August.
You should get a reminder around 20th August (weekends don't seem to interfere with the process).
I didn't receive a reminder email this quarter (my report is due 16th August 2022).
I submitted the TM47 online at 08:54 this morning and received an immediate acknowledgment.
If anything is set to zero, surely it is the arrival dateOn 8/3/2022 at 8:56 AM, ubonjoe said:
It is a report of staying longer that 90 days in the country. No report is due unless you are in the country for 90 days.
Read the title of this page on the immigration website. https://www.immigration.go.th/en/?page_id=1666
On the day you leave the country the 90 day count for reporting is reset to zero.
Yorky, I know you like to keep abreast of these things - I have been viewed as a retard on ASEAN NOW for not wishing to take the advice to ignore the Immigration reminder and simply report 90 days after I last entered the country. Whilst that fits the Thai Immigration Bureau rules it seems a risky thing to do. No one seems to take my point that is just easier to keep responding to 90 day reminders.
I can see reasoning to reporting on-line at the time the reminder email is received (on condition that it is received). If there is a glitch in the on-line reporting, there is then sufficient time to report by mail (not that that applies to me as I live closer to the Immigration Office than I do to the Post Office). Of course you will then be reporting every c.76 days.
As someone who has registered for the system and yet to do a first report, I have not put into the system any details of my visa type/expiry or previous 90 day report date.
Will this be asked of me upon first online 90 day report?????
The only info requested was name/email address/phone number (& password)