90 Day Reporting in Thailand – Doing The 90 Day Report
As an owner of a long-stay visa in Thailand, you need to report to the Thai Immigration office every 90 days to let the officers know where you are residing. Thai Visa Express assists non-immigrants in Thailand to handle their 90-day reporting in Thailand. We will ensure a smooth and easy process for a longer stay in the country. When you apply for a long-stay visa in Thailand, you will see your 90-day report date stamped on a white paper called TM47 located inside your passport. The Government will require you to report on the date indicated for your safety. We report to Thai immigration on a daily basis if you need any help and assistance with any Thai visa application, contact our Pattaya visa office for further assistance.
The Help and Guidance You Need
Thai Visa Express helps clients understand the process and requirements of their long-stay visa application in Thailand. Our team of experienced immigration consultants is always ready to answer your questions and explain everything about the 90-day reporting. We recommend putting the date on your calendar so you won’t forget it. Go to the Immigration office on or before the date of reporting to avoid fines or other penalties.
What You Need for the 90 Day Reporting
- Original Passport
- Copy of your long-stay visa and the little TM6 card stapled to your passport
- Copy of your proof of residence, rental agreement, homeownership, rent receipts or utility bills ed-hrvatski.com
- We may need further documents we will advise at the time of processing your 90 days reporting in Thailand
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We can help you accomplish the other requirements. Contact us if you have questions about the reporting and the visa application process.