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Deportation - Foreign Criminal Record

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The BIG question is this.  suppose someone is here on tourist visa or extended tourist visa and causing trouble. Is it possible to have them deported if they have a criminal record in the states? Anyone know anything about that?  The local police don't seem to be on top of those things, but then where can this be reported? Or does it even matter?   

 

Oh, and another thing? Suppose the person has taken up residence for weeks without a TM28 or TM30, no permission from an owner or house holder?

 

Thanks for any good answers. 

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18 minutes ago, greenchair said:

What a horrible thing to do. 

Just remember. 

What goes around always always comes around! !

no, i should, but it doesnt

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5 hours ago, cusanus said:

Is it possible to have them deported if they have a criminal record in the states?

Highly unlikely, but I suppose it’s possible if it were a serious crime. They are unlikely to deport anyone unless they’ve done something wrong in Thailand.

 

5 hours ago, cusanus said:

Oh, and another thing? Suppose the person has taken up residence for weeks without a TM28 or TM30, no permission from an owner or house holder?

The owner or house-master would get fined if they haven’t notified the foreigners stay.

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Sort your problems out some other way.  This person may be causing trouble but they may be in a relationship - would you want to break that up? 

 

More importantly, do you think the Thai policeman you report the matter to actually gives a toss?  What's in it for him? Remember, law enforcers in Thailand have a different agenda to what you may be used to.  You may find that if you become a grass (snitch?), people stop talking to you. Leave it or sort it another way.

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Depends a lot on your definition of "causing trouble" if police would care

 

When he annoys a Thai it will probably be sorted out quickly 

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A person could be deported for illegal entry under this clause of section 12 of the immigration act.

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

A person could be deported for illegal entry under this clause of section 12 of the immigration act.

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That's interesting, though where the line is drawn is hard to see. Thanks. 

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Simple answer if he is wanted in the states then the Embassy would decide if he is worthy of their concern.  Thai police cannot act on a foreign crime unless asked to.  goes for Brits adn Canucks also

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16 hours ago, greenchair said:

What a horrible thing to do. 

Just remember. 

What goes around always always comes around! !

yes the OP sounds like a rat.........................we all know what happens to rats

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