This will bring up “the Next Appointment” slip. Mail them to the address of your local Immigration Office at least 15 days before your due date. Submitting the 90-Day Report at in Immigration Office. In short, anyone who is not a Thai citizen and will be living in Thailand for longer than 90 days has to report their stay. If the foreigner decides to make the 90-day reporting online, you may do it through the procedure below. The new app will allow expats to also fulfil the 90-day reporting requirement by simply loading it, inputting information and taking a selfie which will be uploaded to the site as well as the required data fields. Step 2. This can be severely inconvenient especially if you want to travel to another province during the time you are supposed to make an appearance at your local office with your passport and all your paperwork. Required fields are marked *, Survey – Thais not taking sides and 66% prioritise health care, PM defends the 80 billion baht munition spend, Pattaya residents accuse Greek expat of throwing sewage, threatening neighbours, and damaging property, Thai hotels to offer 1,000 baht discounts for expats, Complete Thailand Travel Guide (October 2020). Jobs for foreigners are thin on the ground at the moment. It will be called ‘OSS Foreigner’ and will work on mobile applications. Your email address will not be published. If applying through the mail, you have to submit the report at least 15 days prior. So, if you leave Thailand and then re-enter, the days will reset to zero, and you have to submit your report ninety days after re-entering. Immigration appears to now allow online reporting for the first 90-day report after a person re-enters Thailand, however, this may still depend on whether the applicant or their landlord (or condo office) had already completed a TM.30 report immediately after their arrival in Thailand. Every non Thai citizen staying in the Kingdom for 90 consecutive days need to fill the 90 days report. The ‘Love Is Not Tourism Thailand’ Facebook page, which includes families torn apart by the pandemic, is calling on the Thai government to help reunite their families. In the past, foreigners have needed to present a letter from their country’s embassy requesting an extension, but Immigration Bureau Deputy Commissioner Pornchai Kuntee says “letters from embassies may not be needed.”, Here are the strict basic requirements of the new STV which has been formally approved and Gazetted…, • Foreign visitors will be required to have a Covid-19 test taken 72 hours before, departure, • They will have to buy Covid-19 health insurance, • Sign a letter of consent agreeing to comply with the Thai government’s Covid-19 measures, • Will be for a minimum 90 days (there have been some reports of a minimum 30 days), renewable twice, to a total of 20 days, • The visa will be limited to people from ‘low-risk’ countries although that list has not been announced, • Successful applicants will have to complete a 14 day mandatory quarantine at a state-registered quarantine/hotel, • STV travellers must travel by charter plane and every flight carrying them must receive permission from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or CCSA. Failure to report your address in the given period may result in fines up to 5,000 baht and even arrest. I would not use or trust anyone else to look after both mine and my GF Visa requirements. Don’t buy a ticket for a flight to Thailand until you have ALL the paperwork required, have discussed your trip with your local embassy and you have been approved for travel.

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