Hungarian girl arrested in Koh Samui for 10-year overstay

A Hungarian girl was arrested in Koh Samui by Surat Thani Immigration Police for a visa overstay… of greater than four,000 days. The woman admitted to having travelled to Thailand in November of 2009 on a vacationer visa and then stayed together with her husband without ever bothering to apply for any visa or extension.
The woman’s visa expired on the finish of February in 2010 and she or he stayed illegally for greater than 10 years in Thailand. The Thaiger is not identifying her details aside from to say she is a Hungarian national, although Thai media recognized her by name and passport quantity.
She seems to have been living in Bophut on the island of Koh Samui and had lived with her husband till his death at the beginning of this month.
บริการติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูก had been out and about around the island when law enforcement officials requested to verify her documents on the road close to Bangrak Beach. No details have been made obtainable yet about what prompted the police officers to cease the girl. When her 10-year overstay was found police took the lady into custody and brought her to the Bophut police station.
Current laws for overstays in Thailand state that, for an overstay of 10 years, the woman would be fined 20,000 baht and given a 10-year ban on coming into Thailand once more. While punishment is usually less severe for people who turn themselves in versus these caught on an overstay, the overstay by the Hungarian lady is so lengthy that maximum penalties would apply either way.
Those who give up for an overstay of fewer than 5 years face a 5-year ban, while anyone caught (not surrendering) with an overstay of more than 1 yr face the total 10-year ban.
Police concerned in her apprehension said they were appearing in accordance with the legislation to forestall illegal immigration and prolonged residence in the country with out permission. They urge people to report offenders to Surat Thani’s Immigration hotline..

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