Thai officers arrest overstaying French lady in Koh Pha Ngan

Thai officers arrested an overstaying French lady in Koh Pha Ngan this week. Sura Thani Immigration officers said in a Facebook publish that they arrested the woman on Monday in front of the Bounty Resort on 85/1 Moo 8.
The lady, 36 yr previous Myriam Naima Bakhoury, overstayed her visa by six days, the officers stated.
She was taken to Koh Pha Ngan Police Station to face overstaying expenses, and is waiting to be deported, The Phuket Express reported. It was not clear how Bakhoury was caught.
This information comes after reports that another overstayer was also busted in Koh Pha Ngan earlier this week.

A Russian man was arrested for overstaying his visa by a staggering 188 days. Surat Thani Immigration officers confirmed the arrest of fifty yr outdated Leonid Toisloi. Toisloi was apprehended in front of a convenience store in the northern town of Chalok Lam earlier this week.
As with Bakhoury, authorities charged Toisloi for overstaying his visa. Little-known is also being held at Koh Pha Ngan Police Station, awaiting deportation. It isn’t recognized how Toisloi came to the eye of the immigration authorities.
Thailand takes immigration legal guidelines very significantly and overstaying a visa, even by a couple of days, may end up in detention, hefty fines, and deportation.
In Surat Thani, the province that accommodates Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, and Koh Tao, the immigration workplace is employing new know-how. Officers have geared up Smart Patrol Cars with superior facial recognition to verify foreigners quickly. Immigration officers are patrolling in WiFi-enabled automobiles, normally a BMW, to crack down on foreigners who’ve overstayed.
Surat Thani Immigration Police, and Koh Pha Ngan Provincial Police went on a tour of Thailand’s fifth-biggest island in November on the hunt for visa overstayers within the kingdom..

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