Turkmenistan couple on Samui found to be on year long overstay

Turkmenistan couple on Samui found to be on year long overstay

 

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Picture: Naew Na

 

Immigration and tourist police acting on the orders of Koh Samui immigration chief Pol Col Supharik Phankoson arrested a Turkmenistan couple on overstay yesterday. 

 

Naew Na named the couple as Mekan Nazarov, 30 and Alina Loginova, 28.

 

They were picked up at an address in Soi Bot Russia, Moo 3, Maret, Koh Samui. 

 

They were on overstay of 366 days each. 

 

They were now being processed by the Bo Phut police. 

 

Source: Naew Na

 

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