Aussie Ex-Teacher Over Stays

Phnom Penh: On January 6, 2020, at 9:20 pm, a foreigner named THOREN MARK JEFFERSON, a 54-year-old Australian, went to the Immigration office in Phnom Penh asking the authorities to help him return home, as he cannot afford to pay for his visa.

The office then found out that he had entered the Kingdom of Cambodia on 18.01-2018 via Bavet. While staying in Cambodia, he worked as a teacher at a Western school and quit his job. He is currently unemployed, sleeping in public and has over stayed his visa for four months and 24 days. (Expired 13.08-2019).

He was sent to the Department of Investigation and Implementation of Immigration Department. POST NEWS

2 thoughts on “Aussie Ex-Teacher Over Stays

  • January 9, 2020 at 4:55 pm
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    Do you think that you comply with international journalistic standards when you publish a picture and full name of a person on the Internet worldwide?
    For a Petty Offence of 4 month overstay?

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    • January 9, 2020 at 7:23 pm
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      Please read the small print, if you break the law and end up in Khmer news, then it is your fate:

      CNE is a news copy service, and not an actual recognized media outlet, and should not be thought of as such. This website brings translations of breaking news from Cambodia to the English speaking world.

      We do not deliberately write FAKE NEWS and try to be as factually accurate as possible, but rely on quoted sources and submissions.

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