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Working of Alien Act

WORKING OF ALIEN ACT – Unofficial translation   WORKING OF ALIEN ACT, B.E. 2551 (2008) BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ, REX. Given on the 13th Day of February B.E. 2551; Being the 63rd Year of the Present Reign His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej is graciously pleased to proclaim that:   Whereas it is expedient to revise the law […]

Thailand Work Permit Rules

This page gives you a general idea of Thailand Work Permit rules, things to keep in mind regarding a work permit in Thailand. Also read Thailand Work Permit – How to apply / Process / Documents needed. Definitions: Alien (or foreigner): a natural person who is not of Thai nationality. Work: engaging in work by exerting […]

Thai Laws

Thai laws that are essential to your doing business in Thailand are provided on as follows: Thai Partnership and Company Laws Foreign Business Law Treaty of Amity Working of Alien Act Thai Labor Law – brief Thai Taxation – brief Thai Accounting Law Treaty of Amity and Economic Relations between the United States of […]

Medical Certificate for Work Permit

We got asked a lot of times why foreigners need to get medical certificate before they can obtain or renew their work permit in Thailand. This requirement is in accordance to the Foreigners’ Working Management Emergency Decree whereas all foreigners working in Thailand must submit the application with a medical certificate certifying that the applicant […]

Visa and Work Permits for Foreign Workers of BOI promoted company

Thai BOI promoted companies have the privilege to invite foreign nationals to work in Thailand with less restriction compared to ordinary Thai companies. Provision of using the privileges under the Investment Promotion Act B.E. 2520 (A.D. 1977): Section 24, Section 25 and Section 26, such rights and benefits for supporting visa and work permits of […]

Thailand Work Permit

Thailand work permits are needed by non Thais working in Thailand. A foreigner who works without having a work permit is breaking the Thai laws and shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of not exceeding 5 years or to a fine from THB 2,000 to 100,000 or to both. An employer who hires […]