If you are a foreigner staying on a long term non-immigrant visa which doesn’t require you to leave Thailand on or within every 90-days, it is likely that you will need to perform 90 day reporting in order to keep your visa active.

The purpose of 90-day reporting is to confirm your address and current status with Thai immigration. 90-day reporting can be completed up to 14 days before the required 90-day date, or up to 7 days after.

If you leave Thailand during a 90-day period you do not have to do your 90 day report, but the moment you re-enter Thailand on the same visa your 90-day count begins again, restarting at 1.

90-day reporting can be done online or in person at the VISA Extension Center at Muang Thong Thani from July 13th, 2020 onwards (see Here ) or through an agent who is registered to act on your behalf.

You will need to supply the following documents:

  • Original and copy of your passport (identification page and pages with Thai visas and stamps).
  • A passport sized photo (4 x 6 cm).
  • A copy of your arrival/departure card TM. 6 (front and back).
  • Previous notifications of staying over 90 days (if any).
  • A completed TM. 47 form.


Immigration Bangkok Tips

Make sure to keep a receipt of all postal applications and use registered mail. It’s also important to insure you meet all required 90 day reporting dates. Failure to do so can result in a fine of up to 5000 baht and risk or arrest.

Click here for our Visa Companies section – these companies can help you with any Visa issues you may have.