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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Bangkok: Documents Needed To Apply For A Work Permit

6 Documents You Need To Apply For A Work Permit in Thailand

Alien Workers - Non Residents

When looking to work anywhere in the world as an alien worker, you need to make sure that you have the right paperwork to apply for a work permit. Without a work permit, in most cases, you cannot work in the country you are planning to work in.

Thailand Non-B Visa

Always make sure you have to correct VISA for when you arrive, in Thailand you need a non-b Visa which then can be converted into a work permit. Ask your agency or your company to apply for the Non-B Visa, before you leave your country. You can do this at your nearest Thai Embassy.


Obtaining a doctors certificate was fun for me. I was in a small town with one drop in doctors. They looked at me, laughed. Took my blood pressure, laughed. Gave me the results, laughed. And told me I needed to lose weight and laughed again. I was 124 kilo's so they were right. 


Have a look below for a useful information list of what you may need to gain a work permit in Thailand.

Required papers for a work permit

After you have your non-immigrant visa, you can now apply for a work permit.  Below are some documents needed to obtain the work permit. Your work permit will be similar to a passport, and blue in color. When leaving Thailand you must return it to the immigration office.
  1. A copy of the picture page/id page of your passport (passport number page). 
  2. Hard-copy of non-immigrant visa/ 
  3. A copy current entrance stamp into Thailand.
  4. 2 color, 4 x 5 centimeter photos 
  5. Copy of your degree or resume or transcript and a declaration that' it is a true and original document and then paying an authentication fee.      
                6. Doctor certificate showing you are in good health.  obt

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Thai Visa Announcement

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Thai Visa Announcement 

Great news for foreigners planning to visit Thailand. Thailand Foreign Affairs will now issue a multiple entry visa beginning on the 13th November.


Thailand's Foreign Affairs made an announcement on their facebook page.

Thailand will soon grant multiple-entry visas to visitors to facilitate the forthcoming ASEAN Community and to boost Thailand’s tourism industry.

The multiple-entry tourist visa (METV), costing 5,000 baht, will grant travelers multiple entries during a 6-month period, for up to 60 days per entry.

All foreign nationals are eligible to apply for METV.

Thailand’s METV will be available from 13th November 2015.


A Foreign Expat welcomed the news:

I think thats a significant improvement in the right direction now the sixty day reporting should be eliminated for their convenience, I dont think its a good Idea to have visitors leave the country your trying to get them to spend their money in. In an Ideal Immigration policy a year visa with no reporting should be available to visitors so they can but properties with very little risk and interference  From Immigration police.

Saturday, 8 August 2015

Thai Visa Requirements Updated - Come Back And Visit Us For All The Latest

Multiple Entry Visa Thailand

Thai land will be unveiling plans to offer multiple entry-six month visas for citizens of all countries to try and boost the economy with tourism. This can also, in effect, replace the 60 day tourist visa. Visa on arrivals stay the same. 

Thai-visa
Thai Visa Improvements


This news is good for people planning to visit Southeast Asia that wants easier flexibility in moving around  the countries nearby. When the multiple - visa is available it'll allow travelers to enter the country many times during the six months after entry and there will be no need to renew or purchasing a new visa.

'The multiple entry visa will become available within the next 60 days, and will cost THB5000. The current one-month visa will remain available at a cost of THB1000. It has launched a three-year tourism strategy to boost inbound travellers and promote sustainable development. The country wants 28 million foreign visitors this year, a number they estimate to generate THB2.2 trillion in spending.

Problems Before 

  • Visa Runs - To every border surrounding Thailand - never truly knowing if you would get your next visa. 
  • Sweaty Palms at Immigration.