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    A few of the Thai Visa ladies were agog at the prospect they might be asked to provide banking documents at the first 90-day report after extending their yearly non-imm O visa to prove their accounts were still at or above the B800K minimum. This apparently occurred at some provincial backwater IO. No such demand was made today at my 90-day check-in at CW. On a related note: CW is becoming much better organized in terms of herding people to various counters. The next step is improving the efficiency of the desk-bound cows who actually collect and process documents...

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    Yeah, talking about the TVF babes, (sarc) that Sheryl sure gives out terrific advice, eh?
    God, the panic within the Dems, MSM, and left must be horrifying...realizing that Joe is really the best they've got.

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    • #3
      Enlightened folks don't pursue these predictable avenues.

      There are reasonable alternatives.
      Dependent on one's comfort level.
      Most will take what's suggested to them.


      Look into it.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Somchai Boonporn View Post
        Enlightened folks don't pursue these predictable avenues.
        Enlivened folks, on the other hand, high-tail it down to IO to remain on the right side of local regulations...otherwise, enlightenment will have to strike in a different country...

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        • #5
          I didin't get right about this 90 days update.

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          • #6
            Not wishing to start another thread, but with regards to the online report which I have had success with once. My report 2 days ago was also succesful. However, after checking the status which is stamped approved, there is no slip to indicate my next report like the one handed at the office to printo off. Does this come later as last time I am sure when approved I printed the slip straight out.?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jesus Jones View Post
              Not wishing to start another thread, but with regards to the online report which I have had success with once. My report 2 days ago was also succesful. However, after checking the status which is stamped approved, there is no slip to indicate my next report like the one handed at the office to printo off. Does this come later as last time I am sure when approved I printed the slip straight out.?
              ...alternatively, mark your calendar for an IO visit 90 days in the future...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by harrymsmarkle View Post
                A few of the Thai Visa ladies were agog at the prospect they might be asked to provide banking documents at the first 90-day report...
                I did a 90 report a couple/few months ago? Walked into the office, picked a number, sat down for about 10 minutes, was called and gave the officer what they wanted and more and was out the door in 5 minutes.

                Because of the type of Visa (O-X) I hold I am required to bring a little extra besides the TM47 form, Receipt of Notification (TM30), Bank statement (original with bank letterhead), 1 quarterly bank statement (original), bank passbook and US passport. The extra was Thai health insurance policy (paid in full for the year).

                Officer looked at everything and told me for the next visit I didn’t have to show them the bank statement (original with bank letterhead) or quarterly bank statement (original), but to make sure I updated my bank passbook a day or two before visiting the office and not a week beforehand.

                Less documents to carry in. Lucky me.

                But to be safe I’m bringing in the last quarterly bank statement I receive in case I’m not sitting with the same Immigration officer.
                Keep your friends close and your enemies closer

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by S Landreth View Post
                  I did a 90 report a couple/few months ago? Walked into the office, picked a number, sat down for about 10 minutes, was called and gave the officer what they wanted and more and was out the door in 5 minutes.

                  Because of the type of Visa (O-X) I hold I am required to bring a little extra besides the TM47 form, Receipt of Notification (TM30), Bank statement (original with bank letterhead), 1 quarterly bank statement (original), bank passbook and US passport. The extra was Thai health insurance policy (paid in full for the year).

                  Officer looked at everything and told me for the next visit I didn’t have to show them the bank statement (original with bank letterhead) or quarterly bank statement (original), but to make sure I updated my bank passbook a day or two before visiting the office and not a week beforehand.

                  Less documents to carry in. Lucky me.

                  But to be safe I’m bringing in the last quarterly bank statement I receive in case I’m not sitting with the same Immigration officer.
                  Normally I am also in and out after 15 minutes max. That's after I have spent the time to drive there and another 2-hours sat on my arse outside to office the beat the mass queue. 4-hours total minimum.

                  Save the planet and all!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Jesus Jones View Post
                    Not wishing to start another thread, but with regards to the online report which I have had success with once. My report 2 days ago was also succesful. However, after checking the status which is stamped approved, there is no slip to indicate my next report like the one handed at the office to printo off. Does this come later as last time I am sure when approved I printed the slip straight out.?
                    The 90 Day Report has been streamlined in most Immigration offices now. You just hand the officer your passport and it's slid into the computer and out comes the form they sign. The lower third of that form has your name and the date of your next appointment. That piece of paper is then stapled into your passport.
                    Done deal.
                    God, the panic within the Dems, MSM, and left must be horrifying...realizing that Joe is really the best they've got.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Boon Mee View Post
                      The 90 Day Report has been streamlined in most Immigration offices now. You just hand the officer your passport and it's slid into the computer and out comes the form they sign. The lower third of that form has your name and the date of your next appointment. That piece of paper is then stapled into your passport.
                      Done deal.
                      I am aware of that, but I was referring to the online system. Done, so never mind.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jesus Jones View Post
                        I am aware of that, but I was referring to the online system. Done, so never mind.
                        Whoops! Sorry about that.

                        My Immigration Office is within a 1/4 mile of a Robinson Mall and a Tops Market so I combine the two errands. Don't trust this online reporting stuff...
                        God, the panic within the Dems, MSM, and left must be horrifying...realizing that Joe is really the best they've got.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Jesus Jones View Post
                          with regards to the online report which I have had success with once. My report 2 days ago was also succesful.
                          Originally posted by S Landreth View Post
                          I did a 90 report a couple/few months ago? Walked into the office, picked a number, sat down for about 10 minutes, was called and gave the officer what they wanted and more and was out the door in 5 minutes.
                          Originally posted by Jesus Jones View Post
                          Normally I am also in and out after 15 minutes max.
                          How nice. But I’m not married to a Thai and cannot simply……

                          Originally posted by Boon Mee View Post
                          just hand the officer your passport and it's slid into the computer and out comes the form they sign.
                          or get online and fill in the blanks without providing all the support documents required for an O-X 90 day notification. But I’ll ask the next time I visit the immigration office, before I attempt the online process.


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                          Keep your friends close and your enemies closer

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