Tags : Documents


Thai police nab document verification gang

BANGKOK, 8th December 2018 (NNT) – The Thailand Action Taskforce for Information and Technology Crime Suppression (TACTICS) has apprehended three individuals over unauthorized disclosure of state information. TACTICS officers arrested Pol Lt Boonserm, Mr. Songsak, and Ms. Jindarat, whose family names were not disclosed, over illegally offering document verification services and the personal information of […]Read More


Same-day passport service to start, but will cost more

The Foreign Ministry will soon introduce a new service that will see passports issued within one day – instead of three days at present. However, the new service will be more expensive with a new passport costing Bt3,000, instead of Bt1,000 charged under the current system. Read more: The NationRead More


Fake Royal Household Bureau document, urgent investigation ordered

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has instructed the authorities to investigate a document purporting to be from the Royal Household Bureau, which was later revealed to be a fake, National Security Council chief Anusit Kunakorn said on Tuesday. He was speaking after attending a weekly cabinet meeting chaired by Prayut. Read more: The NationRead More


Transport officials selling papers for stolen cars, police say

Authorities have suspended the registration of some 500 cars because they suspect “official” papers were misused for stolen automobiles. Information from insurance firms indicates that 1,200 to 1,500 vehicles are wrecked after serious road crashes each year, but registration papers for many of these vehicles continue to be active. Read more: The NationRead More


Ukrainian Nabbed in Pattaya Taking Driver’s Exam For Friend

A Ukrainian man was caught trying to re-take a Driver’s Exam for a Russian friend, who had failed his earlier attempt to pass the exam. The Ukrainian also could not show police a passport when he was arrested, so he is also charged with illegal entry into the kingdom. Mrs. Thanyarat said they were restraining […]Read More


Fake document got Abhisit his military job, Defence Ministry says

The Defence Ministry has found that a falsified military document was used when opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva applied to serve as a lecturer at the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy. In its letter to the Office of the Auditor-General, the ministry said discrepancies were found between the Sor Dor 9 conscription document used in Abhisit’s application […]Read More


Thai court sentences Yellow Shirt leader Sondhi to 20 years

BANGKOK, Feb 28 – Thailand’s Criminal Court on Tuesday sentenced Sondhi Limthongkul, a core leader of the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD), the Yellow Shirt movement, to 20 years in prison without suspension for violating the Securities and Exchange Act. He was accused for fabricating documents to secure a Bt1,078 million loan from the state-owned […]Read More