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Traveled and need to check when next 90 Day Report is due.

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JimmerJJ
2/3/2018 09:22 EST

Hello all, can someone assist me to ensure I am correct about when my next 90 day report is due. I do not want to get in trouble with Thai Immigration. Since my last report at Thai Immigration Ladprao I have left Thailand to visit other countries several times. My understanding is that each time you leave Thailand and then return your 90 day report date is reset to 90 days later after your return. I have visited several countries and here is my timeline:

September 19, 2017 reported at Thai Immigration Office Imperial World Ladprao

October 23, 2017 returned to Bangkok Thailand from a trip to Yangon Myanmar

(November 9 Extended my Retirement Visa for another year)

November 29, 2017 returned to Bangkok Thailand from trip to Cambodia

December 22, 2017 returned from Laos to Thailand and stamped in at Nong Khai

So I assume my next report date is 90 days after Dec 22 when I returned from Laos so my next 90 day report will be due on 22 March 2018 is that right? Thank you in advance!

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caughtintheact
2/3/2018 16:33 EST

You are correct that the 90 days starts from most recent arrival in Thailand. You do have some leeway on either side of the 90 day mark, and you can do the 90 day report in person, online (when it is working) or by postal mail. Think of it this way. When you have been in Thailand for 90 days, you need to make a 90 day report. I am not certain if you can report to Lard Prao any more. That may now be only for immigrant workers from Laos, Cambodia and Burma. You might want to confirm this in the forums at www.thaivisa.com

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JimmerJJ
2/4/2018 12:13 EST

Hello aught In The Act, Thank you so much for your assistance. I thought I may have to make a trip out to the Immigration Office in Imperial World 5th Floor where I normally go. But I have a hearing disability and it is very hard to hear through the plexiglass window even with the little hole. And a few guy Thai Immigration Officers have gotten mad when I can not hear them so I dread going out there. The US Consulate gets it right and has a speaker mounted. outside the window. Thanks again.

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