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    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

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    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

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    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    Do I need a work permit for this?

    By Celtadan, Created on: 04/10/2016, Last updated on: 11/10/2016

    » I am living in Thailand, here on a spouse's visa as my English wife works as a teacher. I had not planned to work BUT an opportunity came up. While in South Africa a few years back I made friends with a guy who runs an international company with outlets in SE Asia, but not Thailand. He's asked me...

    • johncat1 commented : A little confused by your statement " I am living in Thailand, here on a spouse's visa as my English wife works as a teacher." You cannot get a spouse visa if your wife is English. She would have to be Thai

    • ozopinion commented : The best thing to do is go to the Dept of Labor and ask them, that way if anything happens you can show you did the right thing. Avoid barroom barristers and armchair experts in Thailand, there are lots of them and the only thing they know how to do is complain and get others into trouble with their wrong advice.

    • 4 replies, 114,867 views

    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    Residency request denied

    By len, Created on: 14/05/2016, Last updated on: 29/05/2016

    » Working in Thailand for 14 years and with mandatory retirement on the horizon, I applied for Permanent Residency (PR) and was given the green light to proceed, as I met all the required qualifications. Lots of time, effort, and money is needed to obtain PR and applying under the family status category....

    • lad_phrao commented : If you have yet to do so can I suggest a letter to Postbag at the Bangkok Post, and also ask the BP if they would consider writing an article about your case, it might just spur the authorities into action! Good luck...

    • IsanEmmet commented : My commiserations; as usual the process is inadequately documented, incorrectly applied and no one is interested enough to apologize. This is typical Thai work, their capability proving their social and educational standards are not adequate to run a bingo hall, much less a government.

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    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    New passaport can’t transfer Non-O visa

    By Altrini, Created on: 18/05/2016, Last updated on: 29/05/2016

    » I had to leave Thailand because I got a new passport and could not transfer my Non-O visa from the old passport to the new one. To get a new Non-O dependent visa (wife is Thai) I need an entry stamp on my new passport. to Transfer the entry stamp I need a letter from my embassy saying my passport...

    • yetanother commented : dell: passports are the property of the issuing government; the money you pay is not to 'purchase' it; that money is for construction of the passport (special 'paper', stamp, encoding,etc) and the bureaucratic processing or 'setup' ; on the general topic: i called my consulate here in thailand about this specific part and they said they issue a letter along with my new passport; i then take that letter with me when renewing my 1 year thai visa at the thai immigration office; as i get my old passport back, i take both of them (old and new) , along with the letter issued by my consulate and the thai then issue my new 1 year visa (stamp) in my new passport

    • dell commented : My comment was about the Embassy not returning the passport and youll find its a worded document from the Passport office in you have to fill in all the relevant details from your old and your new passport

    • godders commented : You no longer get your old UK passport back with the new one.

    • 6 replies, 17,461 views

    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    Family not welcome here

    By jon.b, Created on: 23/04/2016, Last updated on: 04/07/2016

    » You won't feel settled! Thai authorities have no desire / disposition to make a foreigner with a Thai family here feel comfortable. If they did, they would have laws that reflect that. The current visa system doesn’t make a Thai / farang family feel secure. The regulations make that clear. One...

    • alim commented : There is a saying "When in Rome, do as the Romans do" Law is law and you need to respect and observe the law of the country you are in. The present Government has dome the right thing to gather information on foreigners in Thailand, If you are clean and innocent, why worry of providing your personal information but if you cannot trust the Thai officials then you are right not to stay in Thailand. In actual fact Thailand is very relaxed with foreigners.

    • FredKubasa commented : The focus should not be on how/when/where visas are issued, or not, but the fact that the 90 day reporting benefits no one, not Immigration/police/expats alike, sometimes traveling long distances, often handicapped, to tell them he/she has lived/owned at the same place for 10 years. Immigration has more pictures of me then my mother and I could write B.F. Nebraska in the residence slot and the non English reading officer would still stamp in the new/next date ! No one has ever, come to validate where I said I lived and their excuse for minimizing foreigner's crimes is downright silly . Not many 80 year olds are arrested for rape/robbery/murder/shoplifting/spitting on the sidewalk and only a few for soliciting a prostitute. More then a million, 1,000,000 + unnecessary/energy expending/time and fuel consuming trips are made every year so Immigration can employ a few more, normally unemployable relatives !

    • Huanih commented : Thai's don't care... they are the new hillbillies of Asia. Proficient in doing the least possible, and living their lives in a self serving manner. So be it, to be insulted like this continually will have people choose another Country.

    • 5 replies, 18,358 views

    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    How is 90-day report by mail working?

    By modsquad, Created on: 21/08/2015, Last updated on: 27/05/2016

    » Can any of you share your experience with the new 90-day visa report address by mail? I''m sure there are those who would like to hear from some of you who have tried out the new way. Smooth sailing, problems?? Thanks. [img:vj73uu0n]http://www.bangkokpost.com/media/content/20150821/1173116.jpg[/img:vj73uu0n]...

    • GDE commented : I've used it three times with no problems here in Chiang Mai, and saved myself money, time, and stress. I should have done it a long time ago. And I want to express my admiration for the Immigration staff at Chiang Mai. If only more of Thai enterprises had their professionalism and friendly manners, the Kingdom would be a much better place.

    • Frank Lombard commented : We learned several months ago that the 90-day report could be done by email. Did anyone manage it? Please tell us how you did it. Frank Lombard Bkk

    • 4 replies, 8,760 views

    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    Latest Permanent Residency update

    By len, Created on: 02/01/2015, Last updated on: 16/04/2015

    » Permanent residency applications are typically submitted the last 2 weeks of the year. However in 2014, the govt made no announcement that application would be accepted. Having collected all the necessary documents obviously, I was gutted no announcement was forthcoming. Last week I phoned the...

    • terryt commented : Benefits  Buy a condo without having to transfer money from abroad  Become a director of a public company  Apply for an extension of stay for a non-Thai family members  Stay in Thailand permanently without a visa  Obtain a work permit quickly and easily  Improve your chances of acquiring mortgage financing  One step closer to citizenship

    • bluski9 commented : Does anyone know if you can apply for citizenship anytime of the year or does it have to be during the time when they accepting PR applications? Many thanks

    • 14 replies, 19,995 views

    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    Obtaining Thai passport for baby with Australian father

    By modsquad, Created on: 25/04/2014, Last updated on: 12/03/2016

    » [quote:51g71l00]by Micklanna on Fri Apr 25, 2014 6:07 am My wife recently had a baby in Chiang Mai, she is Thai and I am Australian. I am currently in Australia doing some work and hope to be back in June. I asked her to apply for a Thai passport for the baby while I am away (I will apply for dual...

    • naiharn commented : "Nothing needed from you for a Thai passport for your new born as your wife is Thai." Not completely true. My Thai wife recently tried to renew our Thai/Australian daughter's passport in Thailand, and was blocked from doing so. The Thai government official said that the father had to be there to witness this auspicious event. Did not even offer a compromise of me sending a completed form. "I would think children born to an Australian citizen automatically receive Australian citizenship which would of course includes rights such as having an Australian passport? " The inquirer didn't ask about getting AUSTRALIAN citizenship. I'm he sure knows that there is no problem getting this. "And yes, your son can get a Thai passport from your wife, with no paperwork or assistance (signing application) from you." That depends on whom you deal with. Mick: I suggest you ring the Thai Embassy or Consulate in your state. I'm sure someone there can give you the answer you require. If there is a form you need I'm sure they'll send it to you. You might need to get someone official to witness it.

    • johncat1 commented : This is the reason I wanted my Thai/English daughter born in the UK Now she is back living in Thailand and has dual nationality quite easily. I have just renewed her UK Passport to maintain her British status. But she has lived on Thai documents here for the past 8 years. I believe at the age of 18 they have to choose just one nationality, they cannot have dual Nationality. Thai law not UK law

    • 7 replies, 23,398 views

    Visa / work permit / resident / citizenship / dual passport - what's required

    Important Immigration Templates

    By skyaslimit, Created on: 28/10/2013, Last updated on: 28/10/2013

    » Tourists, Visitors and Residents of all nationalities will save some time by saving the appropriate templates onto their computers & completing them at home prior to conducting their 90 day reports/annual extension of stay etc. All current templates can be found here: http://www.immigration.go.th/nov2004/en...

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