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Immigration officials in Hua Hin have today issued a warning to homeowners about the requirement to report any foreigners who might be staying at their property.
Failure to supply Immigration with details of foreign guests will result in the owner of the property being subjected to penalties and fines.
The information comes via a the management of a leading property development in Hua Hin who has been told to inform its tenants of the requirement by officials from Hua Hin Immigration.
The noticed, which was distributed to property owners earlier today reads:
Re: Immigration Notification
This morning, we have been informed by Hua Hin Immigration Office that
ALL RESIDENTS RETURNING TO HUA HIN MUST REPORT TO THE LOCAL IMMIGRATION OFFICE
WITHIN 24hrs OF ARRIVAL
We are led to believe that anyone not following the new regulations will be subject to penalties and fines.
Please also note that any owners who are renting their properties – either long- or short-term – have a legal obligation to inform their tenants of the same.
Kindly note that we are informing residents as a courtesy and have no further information regarding the requirements. Should you have any further questions, kindly contact the Immigration Office directly.
The Management Team
The requirement for homeowners (or the house master) to report foreign tenants is nothing new and is stated on the Immigration Bureau’s website. It is also highlighted under point 2 on the FAQ page of the site.
However, this latest news suggests that officials in Hua Hin could be stepping up their efforts to ensure that homeowners report foreigners who may be staying in their property – both short and long term.
It is unclear if this is part of a nationwide crackdown on homeowners reporting foreign guests.