Work Permit for Thailand
Working in a Thai business or setting up a business in Thailand, can be a rewarding experience.
However, it is illegal to perform any form of work in Thailand without first obtaining a Thai Work Permit
and the accompanying Business Visa. To work or conduct business here in Thailand without fulfilling the
proper legal requirements can result in heavy fines deportation or even imprisonment!
At Express Visa Direct we can arrange everything for both you and your employer. In the majority of cases,
your employer is limited by how many foreigners can work within a Thai company.
The company must also be able to demonstrate they have a minimum level of registered and fully paid-up share capital.
Your Thai Work Permit is non-transferable, so if you left your employer you would need to apply for a new
Thai Work Permit with the new employer.
Foreigners can set-up a formal Thai registered trading company, but there are conditions. The minimum amount of
share capital to be registered and foreigners are not allowed to have more than 49% shareholding in any Thai trading company.
There are a great many things that both you and your employer need to prepare before the Thai Department of
Employment will issue a Thai Work Permit.
At Express Visa Direct we know intimately the procedures and processes involved in processing a Thai Work Permit
and so we are best placed to ensure any application is presented correctly, accurately and in accordance with current Thai legislation.
We will help you prepare and submit your application correctly, accurately and in accordance with current Thai legislation.
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