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90 day reporting slip query

Post by Brian Davis » November 28, 2017, 1:02 pm

If my memory serves me well, I was fairly sure that the officer linked the next required reporting date (4th and final in that year) written on the slip at my third check-in with the date of visa expiry. In effect, a kind of double-check that’s when you have to do the paperwork for the visa extension.
But today I noticed that the date of next required 90 day check-in is some 11 days after my visa actually expires.
Is the processing officer at visa approval stage doing things a bit differently, by using, it seems in my case, a ledger entry date for the 1st 90 day slip, rather than the visa renewal start date?
IF I’ve got this correct, just a heads up really, because applicants believing the 90 day reporting date is the same as the visa extension due date MAY be caught out i.e. overstay.

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by FrazeeDK » November 28, 2017, 2:39 pm

mind didn't coincide last year.. No matter, when I did the Visa Extension, they did the 90 day check-in at the same time.. But, as always, it is at the discretion of the issuing officer...
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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by stattointhailand » November 28, 2017, 3:56 pm

I'm assuming that someone nicked the calendar from the 90 day desk.
For some inexplicable reason my last THREE 90 day reports have been for a weekend or Bank Holiday date (something that never ever happened back in the day)

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by Hoopoe » November 28, 2017, 4:19 pm

This wrong dates on 90 day reports & Extensions has been mentioned before ,if you get it wrong ,,,they will say "YOU should have checked" , this happened to me on the Extension they put in the wrong date for renewal ,,i pointed this out they stated it's ok only 10 days different ,3 years down the road of Extensions ,they pointed out the date being wrong ,options were , go to Veintien and start all over again , category o etc ,or pay them 1000 bht for them to correct their mistake ,to say i wasn't happy is an understatement , SO GUY"S ALWAYS CHECK THE DATE"S THEY PUT IN ,,,,,as for 90 day's being on weekend's /holidays is really no problem as you have 15 days prior to report day & upto 7 day's after report day to submit it

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by Brian Davis » November 28, 2017, 4:45 pm

On coming out of the office, I noted the discrepancy and returned immediately. I pointed out my visa expiry date was 11 days before the 90 day date he had just written. I think he tried to say that he wrote the date 90 days from the last check-in date, so in that respect he was correct. But, of course, I'll return again in time for the visa expiry date, with my pile of extension paperwork.
I'm fairly careful about these things and I raised the topic partly for those who aren't! :lol:

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by tutone » November 29, 2017, 8:18 am

Never understood why reporting isn't done every 3 months on the same date starting with same date extension of stay begins. Guess that would be be too easy.

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by Brian Davis » November 29, 2017, 8:53 am

tutone wrote:
November 29, 2017, 8:18 am
Never understood why reporting isn't done every 3 months on the same date starting with same date extension of stay begins. Guess that would be be too easy.
That's exactly how I believe it was for years in my case, until this latest reminder slip showed something different.

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by parrot » November 29, 2017, 9:14 am

tutone wrote:
November 29, 2017, 8:18 am
Never understood why reporting isn't done every 3 months on the same date starting with same date extension of stay begins. Guess that would be be too easy.
Don't lose sight of the fact that not so many years ago immigration didn't sync 90 day and yearly extensions. What they do now (90+%) is a bennie for those who lived under the old system.

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by bumper » April 19, 2018, 10:43 am

Well did 90 day and annual on the same day, new to me. They said on the 90 day 7 days before or after. Annual 30 days before or after. Well that was today and that officer. They really didn't car about the map I don't think I would take that chance . I submitted a photo they took another one. Last year I got nailed for not having a photo. Better to have a little more then not enough.

They also had me fill out another, penalties of overstay

Things went fast good experience this morning
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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by tutone » April 20, 2018, 5:49 am

bumper wrote:
April 19, 2018, 10:43 am
Well did 90 day and annual on the same day, new to me. They said on the 90 day 7 days before or after. Annual 30 days before or after. Well that was today and that officer. They really didn't car about the map I don't think I would take that chance . I submitted a photo they took another one. Last year I got nailed for not having a photo. Better to have a little more then not enough.

They also had me fill out another, penalties of overstay

Things went fast good experience this morning
So a map is no longer required? Last time year I forgot to take a map and nothing was said. A map is sort of silly anyway. An address should suffice if they really want to locate someone.

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by bumper » April 22, 2018, 9:44 am

That was this year so who knows safer to just do it.

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Re: 90 day reporting slip query

Post by RLTrader » April 22, 2018, 11:24 am

:lol:

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