Visa & Work Permit
THAI WORK PERMIT
THAI WORK PERMIT
In today’s global economy, businesses seek out the expertise of foreign workers. However, in Thailand, it is illegal to employ foreign personnel without a valid Thai work permit and the correct visa, and violations are punishable by fines or even deportation.
Thai immigration laws can be complex and professional assistance is recommended.
Antares’ immigration attorneys are well-versed and are able to cut through red tape so that businesses can legally hire foreign skilled workers more quickly, confidently, and painlessly.
We provide assistance in all the stages of the visa and work permit application process, as following:
Preparation and submission of all documents for work permit application at the Ministry of Labor
Preparation of a set of documents for the Non-Immigration B Visa application
Accompany you to the Labor Department to pick up the work permit booklet
Preparation and submission of all documents required for Non-B visa extension application from 90 days to 1 year
Preparation and submission of all necessary documents to obtain the Non-O Dependent Visa (based on a Non-B Visa)
Request for the Re-entry permission
Reminder of 90 days report
Reminder to renew the work permit
Preparation and submission of all documents for change or addition of position, job description, employer, place of work, residence
Filling the application to cancel the Work permit
Additionally, we have extensive experience in applying for work permits through the One-Stop Service Center (OSSC) for businesses and investments that operate under the Investment Promotion Act, including the Board of Investment (BOI) and Industrial Estates Authority of Thailand (IEAT).
Please contact us if you have any specific questions concerning this matter or wish to inquire about our services.
Bangkok Head Office
Floors 9 & 10, RSU Tower
571 Sukhumvit Road (Soi 31), Bangkok 10110
Shanghai Branch Office
No.1, Lane 600, Nanchezhan Road
Huangpu District, Shanghai 200011, China