Immigration police fines Thais and foreigners for not reporting within 24 hours

Naew Na reported that immigration police in two provinces had fined Thais for not reporting the whereabouts of foreigners in their properties within 24 hours.

An American man was also fined 5,000 baht for not making a 90 day report.

In Kanju sub-district of Muang, Petchabun three Thai householders were fined a total of 6,000 baht for failing to report foreigners staying at their addresses in contravention of Article 38, 1979.

An American was fined 5,000 baht for not completing a 90 day report contrary to Article 37 (5), 1979.

In Saraburi immigration went to a construction site in Nong Pring sub-district and fined Preeda Ninthida, aged 70, 1,600 baht for not reporting a foreigner at their address.

Pol Maj-Gen Thanakorn Phikunkaew, chief of Saraburi immigration, said they were acting on the orders of acting chief of Thai immigration Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang.

This news is taken from The ThaiVisa.

Sources: Naew Na | Naew Na