Chonburi Immigration Office employees were instructed to treat foreigners politely while also keeping an eye out for fugitives during a training session in Jomtien Beach.
Immigration staffers listened to Immigration Police superintendent, Pol. Col. Prapansak Prasarnsuk, and office deputy director, Pol. Lt. Col. Ratchapong Thaisut, at the April 2 workshop.
Chonburi Immigration Police Superintendent, Pol. Col. Prapansak Prasarnsuk, provides guidance to his staff on how to better treat foreigners politely while also keeping an eye out for fugitives.
They were taught what duties were expected of them as well as how to communicate with foreign residents/tourists who wish to extend their stays and visas in the kingdom, or file complaints.
They were told services must be performed correctly and with good manners. Foreigners should be welcomed with open arms and provided friendly service, the trainers said.
Other objectives are to carefully monitor passports and check the history of travelers for the security of the kingdom. People who are wanted in their home countries must be reported and deported immediately. For others who reside in Thailand on a retirement visa or work permit must be carefully monitored as well.