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When former member of parliament Chuwit Kamolvisit said that three former immigration police officers helped Chinese triad members set up foundations in Thailand, the Immigration Bureau did something about it. The commissioner said that Chinese criminal cases were handled by Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, who was the deputy national police commander. The Immigration Bureau and 26 branches of the Immigration Police looked into how Chinese citizens got visas. Yesterday, Koh Samui Immigration Police arrested a Polish man Interpol was looking for because he was violent and had guns he wasn’t supposed to have. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement department will change its rules to make it harder for foreign criminals to get their visas extended through “studies or foundations.” The head of the Immigration Bureau said that a working group would change the rules about visa extensions for foreigners who work for charities, go to school, or get medical care. Immigration took away his student visa on November 3 because he had overstayed by 36 days. Surat Thani Immigration Police Smart Control Cars found a strange foreigner in the parking lot of Big C. After checking his passport, the police found that Michael Karim Wielebinski, who is 37 years old, was on a list of foreigners whose visas had been canceled. Wielebinski got a non-immigrant (NON-90) visa and entered Thailand from Malaysia on October 10, 2019, at the Narathiwat province Tak Bai Immigration Checkpoint. In 2017, Wielebinski was charged in Poland with assault and having guns on his person. After he didn’t show up to court on October 15, 2017, Interpol put out a red notice for his arrest.

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) of Thailand has asked FIFA to give back 600 million baht to the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) for World Cup 2022 broadcast rights because FIFA broke a contract. Members of the NBTC all agreed that they would write a letter to the SAT asking for 600 million baht within 15 days. Army Chief of Staff General Narongpan Jitkaewtae said that the Amazing Muay Thai Festival will be held in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan, from February 4 to 6, 2023. There are local and international fights, seminars, boxer training, and a talk about Muay Thai’s history. The 600 million baht came from the NBTC. One billion baht is the price for a business to have the right to air a broadcast. Gen Narongpan thinks that the wai-kru tradition, in which students praise their teachers, will be in the spotlight. On February 6, 5,000 Muay Thai boxers will set a Guinness World Record with the biggest wai-kru ceremony. The “Must Carry” condition says that the SAT must show all 64 matches on all free TV platforms, including IPTV, or pay the NBTC 600 million baht. Since the SAT didn’t follow the “Must Carry” clause after being told in writing to do so in November, the NBTC board asked for a refund. The first Amazing Muay Thai Festival will be held in Prachuap Khiri Khan. It will be put on by TAT, the Royal Thai Army, and WBC Muay Thai to get Thai combat sports known abroad.

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