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    Yer, Just make a little holiday out of it is the way to go.

    Myself will just take my Handbag on a little out of country jaunt every 90 days simply because i fooking hate Chang Wattana.

    I find being surrounded by all those nasty Farang depressing.

    Great excuse for a little trip.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

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    I have to use Buriram office now that it's open. So its shopping trips to there instead. Anyways a farang lady, married to a Thai guy, says she asked at Buriram 'why can't we do reporting online?' Only to be told 'we like to see you'. For some unknown strange reason Korat, Kap Choeng and Buriram immigration have always shown themselves to be cnuts in the years I've been here. Hardly ever are things the same each time I visit. Their only consistency is in pissing every one off.

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    It's the only power they have in their miserable life.

    Once they take of the uniform they become nothing once again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Surin, Buriram and Korat are not accepting online 90 day reports. Even though IO's around the country are. And they do not accept postal reporting and haven't done so for at least 4-5 years.
    I am one who cant do 90day reporting online,havent been out of the country since 2008,so there fore my details have not been updated,[2013] is the start online date.
    reporting 90days at korat office,there is NEW STAFF [3] one checks your tm47 he then gives you a queue no.then when its your turn,one calls out in THAI and the other shouts NEXT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    I am one who cant do 90day reporting online,havent been out of the country since 2008,so there fore my details have not been updated,[2013] is the start online date.
    Surely your 'details' are updated every time you renew your annual extension?

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    They're thinking of building nuclear power stations here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Surely your 'details' are updated every time you renew your annual extension?
    you would think so,reporting your 90days,they have your,arival/dep.card is in your passport,address,tell.no.are all on the TM47. form.but every time I ask them why my details are not updated ? answer,TOOOO MUCH WORK.as its been said already you cant even do it by post.[korat]

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    you cant even do it by post.[korat]
    Been here 13 years and Division 4, of which Korat is the HQ, has always been fooking awkward. I think they were the first nationwide to stop postal and online 90 day reporting respectively.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Been here 13 years and Division 4, of which Korat is the HQ, has always been fooking awkward. I think they were the first nationwide to stop postal and online 90 day reporting respectively.
    I have heard from an influential source that korat ARE receiving 90day reports online.
    YIPPEE that could be a holiday somewhere so I can get an up to date stamp/plus arrival card.
    Singapore anyone?oops cant leave the wife alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    I have heard from an influential source that korat ARE receiving 90day reports online.
    I'll have to check on that. They ALL RECEIVE the online report but as to them granting it, online, is another story. Did mine in person last week in Buriram. Nothing said that reporting online was up and running.

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    Wouldn't risk online, takes a few minutes in the cattle shed, might be different for those in the sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    might be different for those in the sticks.
    160+km round trip for me. All's good if you can link up with another farang and yous take turns in reporting for both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    I have heard from an influential source that korat ARE receiving 90day reports online.
    Yep my influential source says they are as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Wouldn't risk online, takes a few minutes in the cattle shed, might be different for those in the sticks.
    Just dud mine today. 10 mins at Roiet Immigration office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Yep my influential source says they are as well.
    so now where to go for a few days?or wait till my ext.is due nov.then I will have to get a re-entry stamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    so now where to go for a few days?or wait till my ext.is due nov.then I will have to get a re-entry stamp.
    Don't take my influential source as being correct. If Korat is allowing it then I'd assume Buriram would as well but that doesn't appear to be the case from looking on a Buriram forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Don't take my influential source as being correct. If Korat is allowing it then I'd assume Buriram would as well but that doesn't appear to be the case from looking on a Buriram forum.
    my extension and 90day are due same time,end nov.so I will check then,my source is very very influential indeed and has to go to korat imm.next week so I will get it checked again.
    how long can a re-entry stamp stay in your passport before you have to use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    how long can a re-entry stamp stay in your passport before you have to use it.
    I think it will end at the end of your extenstion of stay, so the end of November for you.

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    I believe the course of your extension, then becomes invalid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Don't take my influential source as being correct. If Korat is allowing it then I'd assume Buriram would as well but that doesn't appear to be the case from looking on a Buriram forum.
    have you heard anything about immigration not excepting cash for,eg.extension ect.credit card only.in over 35yrs.i have never had a card of any kind,so I don't intend to own one.so will they find a way of receiving TEA MONEY. NO CASH

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    Cash and don't offer or pay "tea money".

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    [QUOTE=Norton;3824124]Cash and don't offer or pay "tea money".[/QUOTe
    mostly the tea money is asked for the extension stamp.i have never had a problem doing my retirement ext.but I do put 2,000bht.in an envelope and don't take the change.
    I have seen some expats have a lot of aggravation when doing the marriage ext.some of them ask for trouble the way they speak to officers.so they will get the runaround.
    you just got to bite your tongue,its yes sir,yes sir three bags full,just wait till your out of earshot then fuk them off.never mind what you think or do,you wont win,only make it harder for yourself

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