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Immigration: All foreigners working at Pattaya Floating Market legal

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Immigration: All foreigners working at Pattaya Floating Market legal

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PATTAYA:--Immigration police said all foreigners working at the Pattaya Floating Market are doing so legally after responding to complaints by xenophobic Thais.

 

Officers checked the entire tourist attraction, checking passports, visas and work permits for 43 foreign sellers. Paperwork for all of them were found to be in order.

 

Chonburi Immigration Office officials said the inspection resulted from numerous complaints and baseless allegations from Thais about foreigners working at the floating market.

 

Immigration officials planned to check other local markets as well.

 

 
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46 minutes ago, mrmicbkktxl said:

How they can get a workpermit for a job like that?

Because a Thai in ottoman costume preparing/selling Turkish style ice cream just looks "funny"?

 

One of the few opportunities for Thais working legally in Germany is as qualified cooks/chefs in Thai restaurants.

Got the point?

 

And I am sure that many westerners have work permits in the gastro/hotel business in Bangkok.

 

Would you want to see a Thai belly dancer :cheesy:

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1 hour ago, mrmicbkktxl said:

How they can get a workpermit for a job like that?

You spot on this kind of job is only for Thai people 

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When they say foreigners they dont mean Farang they could be Burmese if so they go to the labour dept and get a permit to work not a Farang work permit, thats how the builders do it down here in Phuket,

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2 hours ago, ChipButty said:

When they say foreigners they dont mean Farang they could be Burmese if so they go to the labour dept and get a permit to work not a Farang work permit, thats how the builders do it down here in Phuket,

yeah that makes sense

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11 hours ago, balo said:

I might consider turning up in the Norwegian national costume selling Norwegian waffles. 

You may find it a little warm!

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I stopped going there when they started the admission fee scam.

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5 hours ago, mikebell said:

I stopped going there when they started the admission fee scam.

I stopped going when it dawned on me it was crap.

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On 1/20/2019 at 8:19 AM, mikebell said:

I stopped going there when they started the admission fee scam.

Do the foreign sellers have to pay the 200 Baht scam admission fee too?

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