Immigration fine house owner in Chiang Mai for not reporting visiting Canadian

Immigration fine house owner in Chiang Mai for not reporting visiting Canadian

 

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Picture: Naew Na

 

Naew Na reported that Thai immigration were continuing their nationwide crackdown on people failing to report foreigners staying at private addresses with 24 hours. 

 

This is Article 38 legislation from 1979. 

 

They said that a house owner in Ton Pao sub-district of San Kamphaeng was fined after a Canadian came to stay at their property.  

 

No further details were given.

 

Fines for such breaches of immigration rules are normally around 1,200 baht to 1,600 baht, notes Thaivisa.

 

A petition started in Thailand this week by a group of foreigners and Thais in Isaan has called for an end to such time consuming bureaucracy. 

 

Source: Naew Na

 

 
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