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US over stayer nabbed in Chiang Mai - but is he really 37?

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Probably a typo error I guess 67 probably nearer the mark. Overstay? absolutely no excuse unless he's been hospitalised for a few months to get some wrinkles added to make himself look more mature.

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1 minute ago, Winkburn said:

Probably a typo error I guess 67 probably nearer the mark. Overstay? absolutely no excuse unless he's been hospitalised for a few months.

There are many excuses I can think of, alcoholism(disease), senility,  alzheimer's, a variety of mental disorders, tragedy happening. My mate was 8 years overstayed as his wife died when he was due to go to immigration. 

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6 hours ago, Andrew65 said:

He should head to the UK, they'll take him in as a juvenile refugee, give him a toffee-apple & a catapult!:thumbsup:

Now, now, don't take the widdle.

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6 hours ago, PremiumLane said:

all those cops to arrest a 47 day overstay - he must be a master criminal and a danger to society 

but he seems to be innocent. nobody points at him.

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5 hours ago, impulse said:

 

Look at the guy in the photo.  If that guy's passport says he's 37 years old, it's fake.

He may have had a very hard life

Maybe he met one of my 2 ex wives  :whistling:

The jet black hair dye is not a good look on old farts  :sleepy:

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49 minutes ago, Ricardo Galbis said:

"Luigi!" "Theres yous are!?

Yous ah funny guy, taking my baby brother's passport!

Com hom now, the pasta is getting cold!"

 

   Dont suppose that you do know someone called Luigi in CM , lives near Tapae gate 

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1 hour ago, Johnniey said:

Not one post about trying to help the unfortunate guy.

 

Is Chiang Mai one of those places full of retirees who all think they're better than everyone else and ignore each other on the streets?

 

Overstay can happen to ANYONE, have some compassion. He;ll look twice that age after a few weeks in immigration jail.

 

As much as I'd like to see (and be willing to send a few bucks to such a support network), my forecast is that there would be 10 petitioners who just want some more time in the sun and between the sheets for every legitimate case of a hardship overstay.  That's why it would be great to hear from someone who actually knows the guy's situation.

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3 hours ago, sanemax said:

It would be interesting to know how the immigration knew that he was on an overstay . I seem to recall that it has happened a few times recently . Immigration going to peoples houses to arrest them for overstay , these are not random checks, immigration seem to know that they are overstaying and where they live .

   It could be that immigration are now checking peoples arrivals cards with their departure cards and going to visit those people who do not leave when their visa expires.

   Which would explain why they got his guy on a short 47 day overstay .

30 days grace to let him leave voluntarily, a few days to check that he hadnt already left and a few days to track him down and arrest him and that would explain why they havent gone and got the long term overstayers , they long term overstayers arrival cards have probably been lost

 

are you seriously that illiterate about computers? arrival cards are only for the sake of paper trails and visual cues. All the data is stored in computers. 

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6 minutes ago, impulse said:

 

As much as I'd like to see (and be willing to send a few bucks to such a support network), my forecast is that there would be 10 petitioners who just want some more time in the sun and between the sheets for every legitimate case of a hardship overstay.  That's why it would be great to hear from someone who actually knows the guy's situation.

 

6 minutes ago, impulse said:

 

As much as I'd like to see (and be willing to send a few bucks to such a support network), my forecast is that there would be 10 petitioners who just want some more time in the sun and between the sheets for every legitimate case of a hardship overstay.  That's why it would be great to hear from someone who actually knows the guy's situation.

 

 

Help!!.....Unfortunate!!.....Unless you're in the

hospital, in a coma, there is no reason to overstay!!

Idiot or arrogant and doesn't care about the rules

for foreigners,

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I think it's just a typo , he is 73 years old , and looking fit for his age, he color his hair and mustache every month . 

 

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Just now, DevZerO said:

 

are you seriously that illiterate about computers? arrival cards are only for the sake of paper trails and visual cues. All the data is stored in computers. 

 

  Yes, that is what I meant .

Do The immigration put the information from arrival cards into a computer and match the dates up .Whether the immigration take the information from the arrivals or departure cards or put the information straight into a computer is bedsides the point .

   My question was whether immigration were looking at peoples arrival date and their leaving dates and noticing when people do not leave and then going to visit them .

  My question was whether peoples arrivals/departures and now all on computer and it would be earier to detect .

  Yes, I did assume that they got that info from peoples arrival/departure cards and then logged that info into a computer , but they may well get that info  when people arrive and depart, but that is beside my point

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