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Caught in a raid but only got my picture

Work Permits, Employment Qualifications, Employer Problems
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Re: Caught in a raid but only got my picture

Postby Whole Lotta Lotta » 13 Dec 2011, 20:06

TainanCowboy wrote:
Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:Here is a situation that I have always wondered what would happen if it occured.(sp) Let's say I was walking down the street and needed to use the bathroom. The closest one was at a buxiban, so I walked in and asked(sp) if I could use theirs. They say yes and go in and do my business. At that moment some police(sp) walk in, take a picture, and ask me what I am doing there. I tell them the truth. Does anybody think my true answer would fly with the police. This has never actually happened. I am just asking 'What if ...?

This is why its good to leave a little dribble on the toilet seat and maybe even your zipper area.

Never know when you might need some....'evidence.'

LOL! :roflmao:
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Re: Caught in a raid but only got my picture

Postby Border Security » 13 Dec 2011, 20:43

Confuzius wrote:quick question

throughout this thread, everyone talks about the address on the ARC

but isnt your employers address on the Work Permit and NOT the arc?

or am i wrong...(got a depenent just curious)

You're right. A company name appears on a work-based ARC, and a person's name for a dependent one.

The problem is, though, different branches of the same buxiban are registered as different companies (ie the registered name =/= to the sign on the door). So, I guess what everyone means by "address" on the ARC is that the authorities can tell by the name on your card whether or not you are at the branch you are permitted to be working at.
Can I see your identification, please?
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