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    Default 90 Day Reporter App

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    This app could be a godsend for people who have to travel a long way to show their face for their 90 day report. I downloaded it from playstore and it all seems easy enough to register. Not sure if I will use it as I only live ten minutes from my local immigration office.

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    That app charges between 350 and 599 baht for each 90 day report.

    If your local immigration office allows it, it is free to report online via the Thai immigration website:

    https://extranet.immigration.go.th/f.../TM47Action.do

    I don't see the point in paying a fee for an app to do it for you.
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    I suppose it depends if 1, your local immigration allows you to report online, 2, you live reasonably close to the immigration office. If you're an hour+ away, it maybe 350 baht well spent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy Shrimper View Post
    If you're an hour+ away, it maybe 350 baht well spent.
    Waste of money. If your local office does not allow you to report on-line, why would they let you report on-line using the app?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maokaang View Post
    Waste of money. If your local office does not allow you to report on-line, why would they let you report on-line using the app?
    Well it's the sort of daft thing they would most probably do. Anyway, no one is forced to use the app. I was just making members aware that it's out there and another option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy Shrimper View Post
    I suppose it depends if 1, your local immigration allows you to report online, 2, you live reasonably close to the immigration office. If you're an hour+ away, it maybe 350 baht well spent.
    If you live miles away from Immigration you can report to your local police station.
    Plus do you want to be giving all that personal information to what is an anonymous app, copy of passport etc

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    Okay, point taken. I thought it might be of use to someone.

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    It's certainly a thread that will be useful

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