The Certificate of Identity (CI)
will be issued giving priority to
Myanmar labourers whose CIs
are set to expire on 31 December,
according to an announcement
released by the Labour
Attache of the Myanmar Embassy
situated in Bangkok.
The Labour Attache of the Myanmar Embassy urged migrant workers in Thailand to register their CI before the expiry by making payment at the nearest 7-11 Eleven store of Counter Service Co., Ltd.
If they find any Myanmar migrant workers whose CI is expired, they will take legal action under Thailand’s “Management of Alien Workers” law, which is currently being strictly enforced.
Moreover, the Labour Attache of Myanmar Embassy also issued CIs to Myanmar migrant workers who are holding valid temporary passports and Temporary Residence Permits (TR 38) before that legal documentation is expired. This announcement also includes the contract number of the Labour Attache of Myanmar Embassy for further information.
More CI service centres were opened that can issue CIs in Mahachai-1 and 2, Samut Sakhon, Mae Sai, Mae Sot, Ranong, Chiang Mai and Nakhon Sawan.