African English Teacher Arrested On Four Year Overstay

Published on 9th August 2019 by Stickboy BKK

African English Teacher Arrested On Four Year Overstay

An African man teaching English at a school in northern Thailand was arrested by Immigration Police this week after it was discovered he’d overstayed his visa.

At a press conference held by Immigration chief Pol Lt Gen Sompong Chingduang it was revealed the 32-year-old Cameroon national had entered Thailand in February 2015 and failed to extend or renew his visa.

Identified as Mr Mjel, the English teacher had also been working illegally at a private school in Nong Bua Lamphu province for the past two months.

Having clocked up 1,691 days overstay and working without the correct paperwork, Mr Mjel was remanded pending prosecution and deportation that will come with a 10-year ban on returning to Thailand.

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