Under Thai law a Thailand Work Permit is required by all foreign persons working in Thailand. The Thailand Work Permit can only be obtained from the Ministry of Labour in Bangkok, usually by the employer, if Thai, otherwise it will be necessary for you to apply yourself. If working in Thailand as an employee of a non Thai company for periods not exceeding 30 days it is not generally necessary to apply for a Thailand Work Permit provided you are in possession of a valid Non-Immigrant Category “B” Visa.
On the basis that you are applying for a Work Permit and you are in possession of a valid Non-Immigrant Category “B” Visa you are allowed to work immediately for up to 30 days. You should not be working for more than 30 days on the “B” visa even if you have applied for a Thailand Work Permit
Before applying for a Thailand work permit, you must have a Non-immigrant visa to apply for a Thai work permit.
Step 1. Applying for a Non-immigrant-visa.
Step 2. Applying for a Thailand work permit. Once you have received your non-immigrant visa, you may then apply for a Thailand work permit.
We can assist you in the application of a Thai work permit and will submit all necessary documentation to the Department of labor on your behalf. If submitted correctly an application can be processed in as little as 10 days.
If you are currently not employed by a Thailand company and wish to apply for a Thailand work permit, you will first of all need to establish a Thailand limited company.
To qualify for a Thailand work permit you must meet at least one of the following requirements:
Employee provided documents:
* Thai government officials may require these documents to be certified by your country's embassy (this requires bringing your degree, resume, license or certificate to your embassy to declare it is a true and original document. You are required to pay an authentication fee to your embassy. In addition, they can require you to translate these documents into the Thai language from your foreign language.
Employer Provided Documents:
* Thai government officials require that all documents to have the seal of the company stamped on every page and the true and authorized signature(s) of the Managing Director and/or Directors next to the seal. In addition, government officials have in past requested official copies of registration, shareholder, licenses and certificates to have been issued by their respective agencies within the past 90 days of your application for Thai work permit.
Our lawyer fee for work permit initial application is 4,999 Baht
Responsibilities of the foreigner after obtaining a Thailand work permit:
The licensee must carry the work permit with him or her or keep it in the office during working hours to show to government officials at any time The licensee must perform only the work described in the work permit, and must work only in the workplace and locality described in the Thai work permit. The licensee whose work permit is extended according to BOI Act must notify the registrar within 30 days from the date of extension.
The licensee who plans to continue working must apply for a renewal of the work permit before the expiration date. Once the Thai work permit has expired the process must be started all over again.
If a Thai work permit is damaged or lost, the licensee must apply for a substitute within 15 days from the date he or she finds out about the damage or disappearance of the work permit.
Once the contract has been terminated, the licensee must notify the Department of Employment, and return the Thai work permit within 7 days from the date of termination.
The employer must notify the Department of Employment within 15 days from the date of termination.
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