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How to do 90 day reporting online and by post     To help try maintain social distancing in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Thailand, Thai immigration is reminding forei

Yes, when it´s working and the few times they send back a receipt. I guess one solution never fits all, right? 

It is so straight forward, takes 10 mins to fill in info.Just make sure your info is the same as the info you provided when you applied for your visa and do it within 14 days of renewal date and not i

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9 minutes ago, tokyoblond said:

So, that is a 404 Not Found page. Well done (again), Thai Immigration.

 

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The requested URL /fn90onlinehttps://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online was not found on this server.

 

The link is

 

https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online

 

The OP pasted the link 2 times this one fails

 

I already reported the error

 

Edit: Another link you could us is: https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

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46 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

I would translate the address from there as follows.

And you can bet they find it :smile:

(I added SOI 5)

 

IMMIGRATION OFFICE
75/265 MOO 12
JOMTIEN BEACH RD. SOI 5
BANG LAMUNG
CHON BURI
20150

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12 minutes ago, Just1Voice said:

I'm using a Mac Mini 6 with Safari. Their online is totally outdated if your comp isn't ay least 10 years old. 

It works on with Chrome on Windows 10.

For Safari you need to use a user agent. See: https://www.dummies.com/web-design-development/how-to-activate-user-agent-switcher-in-safari/ for internet explorer.

That has been mentioned multiple times in the almost 5 year old topic about online reporting.

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8 minutes ago, bender92 said:

What about the 90 day proof of money in the bank? Is there a form to mail in?

Why should there be. It is only needed at a couple of immigration offices.

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if it worked for everybody, that would be nice as it clearly does not for the majority

 

and this report thing is totally outdated but thailand wants to stick to useless <deleted>

 

tell me why in 2020, the whole IMMIGRATION <deleted> could not be done by passport of fingerprinting instead of 2 sets of many many copies

 

1900 baht per person, no other reason

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2 hours ago, bender92 said:

What about the 90 day proof of money in the bank? Is there a form to mail in?

No form, just send the cash and they will mail it back !!!!

 

meant  to be a joke.

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It may not be obvious (and it's not very clear in the TI instructions), but the online 90-day report can only be done from 15 days before to 7 days before the due date.  If you wait until the last minute, you'll need to do it in person or by post.

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4 hours ago, ubonjoe said:
5 hours ago, tokyoblond said:

So, that is a 404 Not Found page. Well done (again), Thai Immigration.

 

Not Found

The requested URL /fn90onlinehttps://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online was not found on this server.

Fixed now.

https://extranet.immigration.go.th/fn90online/online/tm47/TM47Action.do

Thanks for fixing the link but the website is almost useless (also looks like it was designed and built about 20 yrs ago).

 

So basically, you get an endless loop. Should be a simple two clicks to get to a form to upload some docs and enter your info.

 

I'd love to do this online but the numpties can't do the simplest of web development. I guess I'm lucky being in a town in Isaan and not in Pattaya or Bangkok, and I only live about 10 min. from the Immigration office but boy, they could make everyone's life so much simpler if they could just build a simple web form.

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3 minutes ago, treetops said:

The Accept button does nothing until you tick to acknowledge you've read the T&Cs, then it'll take you to where you neeed to be.  Scroll down the middle box to get to the tick box.

@treetops: You just beat me to it

 

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1 hour ago, Hank Gunn said:

Landing page (from link above) provides you with two links 1) http://www.immigration.go.th/ 2) http://bangkok.immigration.go.th/ the second of which redirects to the first link. (Since I don't live in Bangkok that doesn't matter.) Oh, there's also an Accept and Decline button but the Accept button does nothing and the Decline just closes the tab. 🙄

You have to scroll down to the bottom the terms and conditions and tick a box to get the accept button turn blue.

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Thanks for all three replies, re the "terms and conditions" checkbox. The only problem for me was (again, crappy UI design) there was no scroll bar in that frame and the text ended without any truncation. So first, it was not visually obvious to scroll down and second, there is text that simply says in essence, you need to check-in every 90 days and here's a link to do (which as I said previously, resulted in a continuous loop without checking the non-visible confirmation box).

 

Again, thanks for the tip but absolutely ridiculous, non-intuitive web design that would have prevented me from using this mode had I not been a member of TVF. (It would also help Immigration a lot too.)

 

One last question, what kind of confirmation do you get when you do this online. As I said before, I'm very close to my immigration office and the wait is usually only 15-20 min. max. so it's not too difficult for me to go there physically. However, it's nice to have this online option and I may just try it for my next check-in (in about 6 weeks).

 

Thanks again.

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What if you choose to report online, say, 2 weeks before deadline but cannot get through? It may then already be too late to send the docs by registered mail since they should arrive 15-to 7 days before deadline. Am I wrong?

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No proof of money is required for 90 day reports: If thats what you mean ???

These are all my online reports no problems doing them.

 

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