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Thai woman seeking extension for Chinese husband says she got death threat from visa agent

Rak Siam News reported on Facebook on the case of a Thai woman and her Chinese boyfriend who have gone to the police over the activities of visa agents.

Earlier they had gone to police about the agents who demanded nearly 50,000 baht to handle an extension of stay.

They then received a call from a woman from an unspecified number saying that they must withdraw their complaint.

If they didn’t and they showed their faces in Pattaya again they would be killed, the woman was alleged to have said.

A phone number and name of an official at Chonburi immigration was part of the threat.

This has now been reported to the Pattaya station chief Pol Col Apichai Krobpetch who has ordered an investigation.

The couple – Karnken Sitthiwong, 26, and her Chinese boyfriend who is 37 – were then taken by police to Chonburi immigration.

Officials there said that the person mentioned in the message as being an official in their office did not exist.

Thai Visa / Rak Siam News

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