Connecticut, US

Mar 29 2015

Online 90-Day Report Now Available

Thailand

Executive Summary

Starting April 1, 2015, foreign nationals required to report their presence in Thailand after 90 days of stay can do so online. Applicants must download a receipt as proof of filing. 


Starting April 1, 2015, foreign nationals required to report their presence in Thailand after 90 consecutive days of stay (the “90-day report”) can do so online or through the online portal. Foreign nationals can file their report during the period of 15 days before and up to seven days after the 90-day mark.

Applicants must download a receipt as proof of filing.

Those unable to report online will still be able to follow the current in-person reporting procedure at the immigration office that issued the visa.

What This Means for Foreign Nationals

Foreign nationals should benefit from the elimination of the in-person reporting requirement. However, the change does not eliminate the need to complete the 90-day report and foreign nationals must continue to track their stay in Thailand.

We worked closely with Dej-Udom & Associates Ltd. to prepare this alert. It is for informational purposes only. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the global immigration professional with whom you work at Fragomen Worldwide or send an email to APCCInitiations@fragomen.com.