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No prosecuting when working without a work permit?

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When you read "mate Nate's story, there's a funny part about not having a work permit.

       And that work was illegal because he was in Thailand and he has no work permit and according to department records has never even applied for one.
This seemed to run contrary to what Nate himself has claimed.
But the American cannot be prosecuted for working. An amnesty is in place until January 1st, a total of 180 days. This was introduced after proposed 800,000 baht fines for those employing foreign nationals was considered too severe
Is there really an 180 day Amnesty??? beer
 Please see;


No, there is no amnesty. All there is, is a delay in introducing the new harsher penalties. It would seem that "Nate" has made a donation to escape prosecution.

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