Although I have listed these together, they are two separate things and should not be confused. By this I mean just because you have a business visa does not mean you can work. The same goes for a work permit, just having one does not mean you can do anything in Thailand. We will look at the specifics below.
In order to acquire a Non Immigrant B visa, you will need an offer of employment from a Thai Registered Company. The most common way people do this is to have the relevant documents sent to the client and they apply for a single entry Non Immigrant B at their nearest Thai embassy or consulate.
The reason this section lacks detail is that it is very easy to list all the requirements as some sites do, but when it comes to setting up a company or obtaining a work permit and business visa, it is really worth coming in for a consultation about the process. For many people, it is not the right course of action for them to take, and for others they should do it, but have been left confused by the requirements and the changes in the law.
We can set up a company, obtain you a business visa and process your work permit. We offer a one stop service, but we also make sure we tailor the company and the process to your needs. Having worked in Chiang Mai with many clients, we can ensure you don’t make any mistakes and don’t waste any time or money. When it comes to this work, I would recommend you use a professional company to avoid headaches later on (such as being stuck in Penang with wrong documentation!).
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