Thailand Representative Office of a Myanmar Company

Myanmar nationals can set up a Representative Office of their Myanmar company in Thailand if the business that they want to do does not involve any income generating activities. A Representative Office is a kind of business set up by an overseas-based company to render marketing and other non-operational activities in Thailand. For instance, a […]

What to Be Filed by a Myanmar Business Operating in Thailand?

Thai Lawyers Limited assists many foreign companies including Myanmar businesses to register a company in Thailand. Once registered, they should be aware of the filing requirements, both monthly and yearly. We summarize the filing requirements for Myanmar businesses and companies from other countries that operate in Thailand below but please note that you may be […]

How Myanmar Nationals Can Do business in Thailand

Like other nationalities, Myanmar nationals can set up a company in Thailand without the need of a Thai partner for certain activities. Hence, you can fully own the company if you engage in the following business activities: Contact ThaiLawyers to discuss about the best option for you to do business in Thailand or get a […]

Deploy Software Developers to Thailand

IT companies overseas sometimes need to deploy software developers to Thailand when they do not have a legal entity here. There are many solutions you can explore. What is the best one for you to relocate an IT team to Thailand depends on how many people and how much time you have. The first option […]

Losing Passport in Thailand

This article discusses the requirements and procedures if a foreigner lost his passport in Thailand. He must prepare the following documents: Application form New passport and a copy of its main page Copy of Police Report (Affidavit of Loss) Certificate from the Embassy When the required documents are complete, the foreigner must proceed with the […]

Foreigners Can Get a Thai Driving License

Planning to drive a car or motorbike in Thailand for travel, leisure or everyday living foreigners can get a Thai driving license with the Department of Land Transport throughout Thailand provided that they are: At least 18 years old Holder of a valid non-immigrant visa, in some cases, tourist visa may be accepted In good […]

Combined Company and Social Security Registration

When starting a company in Thailand, the promoters (individual shareholders) should submit an application form and required documents to the Department of Business Development (DBD), Ministry of Commerce, for the purpose of registration. Subsequently, when hiring employees, the company must register itself and its employee(s) with the Social Security Office (SSO), Ministry of Labour, as […]