Thanks immigration! Your overstay warnings are great!

Thanks immigration! Your overstay warnings are great!

 

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Daily News reported that an innovation from the chief of Prachuap Khiri khan immigration is a hit with local expats in Hua Hin. 

 

Pol Col Chalermchon Laemthong had the idea to send out mobile SMS messages to people on long term stays to remind them that their visas were nearly up. 

 

This will guard against the potential to overstay. 

 

One such smiling and appreciative foreigner was pictured along with the helpful message on his phone that read:

 

"Your visa is about to be expired soon. Please contact immigration office as soon as possible". 


Source: Daily News

 

 
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