Thais fined for failing to report resident foreigners within 24 hours

PHOTO: Naew Na

More Thai nationals have been charged and fined for failing to report foreigners who were staying at their accommodations within 24 hours of checking in.

The article didn’t specify if they were guest house proprietors, landlords or hotels owners. In any case, someone must register if foreigners are staying at their establishments within 24 hours of check-in.

23 year old Anon Sutsai from Surat Thani was fined 8,000 baht for failing to enter an arrival report multiple times. Four more incidents were also recorded by Immigration in Phetchabun, central Thailand, over the same issue. These occurred in Wichianburi, Sri Thep and Muang district. Pictures of three females were on the Naew Na news website but no names were given.

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Surat Thani Immigration officials also reminded foreigners of the laws that relate to foreigners reporting every 90 days if their visa requires.


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