Undocumented foreign employees caught in East Thailand: Illegal entry attempt foiled

Police in Chanthaburi, East Thailand, apprehended six undocumented foreign employees trying to enter the country illegally. This motion happened amid a nationwide crackdown in response to a directive by the Ministry of Labour, allowing for the registration of overseas labourers in the nation. The apprehended individuals had been caught following a high-speed pursuit.
Under the command of Superintendent Khemarin Phitsamai from the Chanthaburi Province Immigration Office and his deputy, Swas Chotronnapas, a group of officers yesterday was dispatched to patrol the Rayong-Chanthaburi-Sa Kaeo route. The objective was to curb the doorway of undocumented foreign labourers, contemplating the present work allow registration period for such staff already residing illegally in Thailand.
The Ministry of Labour lately handed a directive enabling the registration of these labourers between July 16 to July 31 within the local job centre of each province. Such regulation was approved by the Cabinet on July 5.
As According to reached the Jangwang intersection in Nong Ta Kong, Pong Nam Ron, and Chanthaburi, they noticed a suspicious, quickly-moving Toyota Fortuner. Upon refusing to cease for the routine examine, a quick pursuit ensued resulting in the offenders halting at the entrance to the Ban Laem Border Trade Market because of a roadblock, reported KhaoSod.
On inspection, officers arrested the 31 12 months outdated Cambodian driver, So Ra Reun, and discovered six other undocumented Cambodian labourers onboard. So was charged with helping undocumented aliens to evade arrest, while the opposite foreigners were detained for residing in Thailand with out permission.
Meanwhile, Pol. Col. Pakphumpipat Sajjapun, chief of the Immigration Bureau, and Pol. Col. Warisiri Lilasiri, commander of Immigration Division three, directed the Chanthaburi Immigration Office to intensify monitoring efforts for undocumented foreigners who would possibly exploit the labour registration process in compliance with the Ministry of Labour’s directive..

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