You can apply for multiple-entry business visa which would allow you to travel to Thailand as frequently as you want while the visa remains valid, and you would be permitted to stay for a period of not exceeding 90 days on each visit.
You can find more information on the basic requirements for visa application at www.mfa.go.th. To ensure that your application will be conveniently processed, kindly check with the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate-General at which you are to submit the application for more details.
In order to work in Thailand, there are 2 important elements:
First of all, you need to have a prospective employer in Thailand. Then you may apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa category? B? (business) at the this Embassy, submitting required documents and recommendation letter from your employer along with your companies business certifications as suggested in the website (www.mfa.go.th).
Once you have obtained such visa, you can enter the Kingdom and therefore apply for a Work Permit from the Department of Employment, Ministry of Labour. In order to expedite visa issuance, your employer may, on your behalf, apply for the Work Permit in advance (with the form called Tor Thor 3). The Department of Employment will then issue a pre-approved certificate to be used in your visa application. In such case, please make sure to obtain the Work Permit (Tor Thor 2) once you arrive in Thailand.
In this case, please bring your passport to the Visa Division, Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Chaengwattana Road in Bangkok. If the visa is genuine, you can obtain any corrections or amendments of visa there.
You need to apply for a change of visa status, and apply for a Work Permit. You are therefore recommended to consult with the Immigration Office and the Department of Employment accordingly.
That is not a correct understanding. The validity of visa and the duration of stay are not the same. The 3-month validity of the visa means that you must use the visa within 3 months from the date of issue. The duration of stay is the period in which you are permitted to stay in the Kingdom granted by the Immigration Officer once you arrive in Thailand that is usually, 30-60 days from the date of entry.
Before you leave Thailand for Singapore, you may apply for a re-entry permit from the Immigration Office. You are able to do that at any International Airport too. The re-entry permit will allow you to enter the Kingdom again before the end of next month. The permit will also enable you to stay until the end of next month, unless you get an extension of stay from the Immigration Office.
Yes, there is special visa called Non-immigrant? O-A? (Long Stay). Foreigners who are 50 years of age or older who wish to stay in Thailand for a long period and do not have any intention to work in the Kingdom may apply for such visa at the Royal Thai Embassy or Royal Thai Consulate-General in their respective country. The holder of? O-A? Visa is allowed to stay in Thailand for 1 year from the date of first entry, and is also able to apply for an extension of stay afterwards. Please see the qualifications and requirements for application and relevant information in the website (www.mfa.go.th).
First, you need to go to a police station for a report of the loss. Then you need to go to your Embassy in Bangkok for an issuance of new passport or temporary travel document. Finally, please bring the new passport or travel document to the Immigration Office for an endorsement.
In case that your country does not have an Embassy in Bangkok, please contact the Visa and Travel Documents Division, Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Chaengwattana Road in Bangkok, to apply for the Emergency Certificate (EC). You then need to bring the EC to the Immigration Office for endorsement before leaving the Kingdom.
50 years or above. You can contact us before you turn 50, but remember that we will only be able to submit your application after you have hit the 50-year mark.
Yes. You need to keep a security deposit of THB 800,000 in a Thai bank account for at least 2 months, before you can submit your application. Otherwise, the combination of the amount of money in your Thai bank account and your total yearly income must exceed THB 800,000.
You need an updated bank book or passbook, of course. Also, you need a letter from the bank confirming that your security deposit remained there for 2 months or longer.
Usually, no. However, in certain special cases, an official from the Thai consulate or embassy may ask for a police clearance and a medical certificate. These documents are not difficult to obtain, however, and should not prove to be too much of a hassle.
Not necessarily. You can get it processed in your home country by contacting your local Thai embassy or consulate. They will transfer it to Thailand on their own.
Of course you can, but keep in mind that you will have to pay import duties on all of them.
Yes. Every 90 days, you need to show up at the immigration office or send them a mail, informing them about your present residential address. If you are outside Thailand during the time when you have to send the information, you can do so after you return. There won’t be any legal issue regarding that.