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Chonburi Immigration Organizes a Service Outreach at Regents School

Visith Pinpawong 04.07.2012 23:23
Pol. Col. Chaiyot Warakjunkiat, Chonburi Immigration Police chief, is seen returning the passport to one of the teachers at the Regents school after explaining to him procedures for obtaining a work permit in Thailand.

Pol. Col. Chaiyot Warakjunkiat, Chonburi Immigration Police chief, is seen returning the passport to one of the teachers at the Regents school after explaining to him procedures for obtaining a work permit in Thailand.


Willing to host similar programs for easy visa renewals



Chonburi Immigration recently held an outreach service at the Regents School Pattaya to make it easier for foreigners to renew their visas. They are also open to hosting an outreach for any other organization employing a high number of foreign staff.

Police Captain Sumruay Smarn, Deputy Superintendent of Chonburi Immigration, said “An outreach is one of the pro-active policy measures under Pol Lt-Gen Wiboon Bangthamai, the Immigration Police chief. During the outreach service, we offer visa extensions of no more than one year, acceptance of the 90-day report, issuance of re-entry permits and can also provide a range of information of interest to foreign residents.”

“Other organizations which desire a similar immigration outreach at their company premises can contact Immigration at 038-252-750 (-54) or visit www.immchonburi.go.th. Organizations making such requests must have a large number of foreign staff to be eligible.



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