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Thai Work Permit
The following are the basic documents that you will need for a work permit in Thailand. You will note that we have already listed prohibited occupations in Thailand and being a barman or farmer is on there. As for being a DJ that would be mainly large hotels who do employ short term (3 month) DJ's from time to time but it is few and very far between. Also note that we listed the requirements for a work permit being the basic and not the full list of documents needed. Work permit rules do change in Thailand so check for any updates with a lawyer in Thailand.
There are currently new rules when applying for a work permit in Thailand. The requirements for the Thai Work Permit now requires the following when applying for a new work permit or renew your current work permit. The rules appear to vary from location to location so speak to a lawyer as to what is applicable at the time of application. Think of this as the current guide for 2013 as the rules do change often.
Once you acquire the work permit, it is very important to bear in mind these reminders and comply with it so that you will be out of trouble. You have to carry the work permit with or keep it in the office during working hours to show to government officers any time. Anyone who violates this rule will be fined not more than 1,000 baht. You must perform the work stated on the work permit. If you decide to do different work or change locality of working place, this change must be approved.(more…)
Check some basics about your employer. This is the most important thing! Should have a minimum of 2 Million Baht in registered capital per work permit in the company. The best option is that the capital is paid up, not just registered on paper. Minimum 4 employees per work permit in the company.
"Once in Thailand, you don’t want to leave Thailand", this is the answer I usually get from the visitors I have met in Thailand. But what would be the convenient and most satisfying way of enjoying the beautiful culture of Thailand without worries about Thai visa or time? The answer is your Thai work permit. Thai work permit will allow skilled professionals and employer to work legally in Thailand.
Foreigners are allowed to work in Thailand if you have a valid visa, a work permit and are employed with an occupation that does not violate the Alien Employment Act. If you are a foreigner and you intend to work in Thailand, you are subject to the Alien Employment Act, which requires you to have a work permit to be issued by the Department of Employment, Ministry of Labour, or unless it falls within an exception of the said Act.