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Phuket Immigration issues 90-day reporting warning

Phuket Immigration issues 90-day reporting warning

PHUKET: Phuket Immigration has issued a warning reminding foreigners that failing to complete their 90-day reporting within the stated deadline will result in a fine.

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By The Phuket News

Tuesday 14 June 2022, 11:56AM


The warning, issued yesterday (June 13), specifically targets foreign workers.

Foreigners who present themselves late for their 90-day reporting stand to be fined B2,000.

Foreigners who are caught without presenting themselves late for their 90-day reporting stand to be fined B4,000, the warning read.

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The warning came as Phuket Immigration noted that Phuket Immigration Chief Col Thanet Sukchai yesterday attended the formal visit of British Ambassador to Thailand Mark Gooding meeting with Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew.

It also comes as Phuket Immigration marks that its office has issued visa extensions to 8,640 Russian nationals and 1,294 Ukrainians from Mar 1 to June 12.

The national office of the Immigration Bureau in Bangkok announced in late May that the latest round of visa extensions for foreigners unable to return home “during the pandemic situation of COVID-19  and international conflict situations” will continue until July 25.

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GerryT81 | 15 June 2022 - 16:55:37

Christy and her neurotic relationship with males !  Always worth a hefty laughter ! 

christysweet | 15 June 2022 - 13:45:28

Sex-oriented expatriates-  who Immigration knows will put up with all manner of flaming BS hoops so as to maintain continued access, make it harder for  those of us not here to exploit the locals.  Just because your partner is happy to be your personal body servant doesn't make it right. What are their choices? 

christysweet | 15 June 2022 - 13:33:15

It is not a registry of address, that's the TM 29 and/or TM 30, it stated function is to "Notify of intent to stay another 90 days." which is beyond 
 ridiculous, justification in collecting a  2-300 baht  fee for what used to be a  free requirement. 
Egads.  

Fascinated | 15 June 2022 - 11:14:41

Waste of time? Just do it online or 2 minutes in the drive thru queue. Its hardly an arduous task. Chill out over lunch in Central after or go to Makro.

JohnC | 15 June 2022 - 09:19:02

The 90 day reporting for long staying expats is still one of the biggest wastes of time in the whole visa process. Must be the only country in world still using outdated methods of keeping track of foreigners. Change to try 120 day reporting or even better only report changes of address. I have lived in the same house for 9 years and have to confirm it every 3 months. What a joke.

Mj | 14 June 2022 - 16:46:37

Hello cherngtalay,
I would appreciate if you can inform which www. you were using to make the 90 days report
Thanks for your help

cherngtalay@gmail.com | 14 June 2022 - 15:36:18

I did my first 90 day report online this morning.  I registered at 10:26, was given a password at 10:35, and had my 90 day reporting receipt issued at 11:20.  It was the simplest thing ever

Kurt | 14 June 2022 - 13:22:53

What is the last picture with figures of Russia and Ukraine telling us? It concerns foreigners, why is it in thai language?  Thai Immigration is very weak 'equipted' in approaching/informing foreigners. Everything, including that online90 day report thing is just crippled.

CaptainJack69 | 14 June 2022 - 12:06:57

To be clear, the officers little sign specifically addresses 'dtang-dtow' foreigners, that is to say local ASEAN nationals who fall under a separate category to westerners with an entirely separate set of rules and regulations. Bit click-batey I suppose, but never mind.

 

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