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Syrian, Egyptian arrested in Patong for overstay

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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The two men were arrested at tourist accommodations in Patong. Photo: Patong Police

 

PHUKET: Two men, one a Syrian and the other an Egyptian national, have been arrested at separate locations in Patong for overstaying in the country.
 

According to a police statement, following investigations, immigration officers accompanied by Patong Police arrested Syrian national Ahmed Al Massri, 23, at The [email protected] Patong hotel on Nanai Rd. He was found to be staying in Thailand illegally 1,740 days after his permit-to-stay expired.

 

Officers also arrested Egyptian national Mahmoud Mohamed Ahmed Hassanein, 26, at the Cherry Apartment on Soi Saenglert off Nanai Rd. He was found to be staying in the country illegally 101 days after his permit-to-stay expired.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/syrian-egyptian-arrested-in-patong-for-overstay-68979.php#WGUe0kuMobqYfESK.97

 

 
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I
OH, to be in Thaland now that Prayuths there
And whoever wakes in Thailand sees, some morning, unaware,
That the lowest values and the greatest thieves
Round the brown envelope the sycophants arrive
While the bird of freedon sings on the orchard bough, goodbye         5

Thaland— this is now!

 

Apologies to Robert Browning.

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2 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

And people on here moan about Farang on low incomes that do NOT overstay their visa AND STILL report every 90 ays

The moaning is coming from the low income farang who have suddenly found that someone may just start checking their fairytale claims.

 

Like it or not, Thailand, like nearly every country including yours, does set conditions for visitors to enter and stay. Being able to live below those guidelines, while perhaps commendable, is still in breach of the laws.  

 

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2 hours ago, Old Croc said:

The moaning is coming from the low income farang who have suddenly found that someone may just start checking their fairytale claims.

 

Like it or not, Thailand, like nearly every country including yours, does set conditions for visitors to enter and stay. Being able to live below those guidelines, while perhaps commendable, is still in breach of the laws.  

 

Below what guidelines? There are only laws that state clearly how much income must be brought into the country and deposited in order to be granted a certain visa. There is nothing whatever in those laws regarding living 'below those guidelines'.

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On 10/14/2018 at 4:04 AM, balo said:

Yes Nana are full of Arabs , I am sure must be at least 10000 overstays there.  

 

Please be informed that the story is about NANAI road in Patong, not about NANA in Bangkok.

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