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Immigration guides.

This guide takes you through the steps of changing jobs in Thailand without leaving the country to obtain a new visa and work permit.
The 90-day non-immigrant visa can be extended and converted to a visa with a longer stay duration once a work permit is obtained.
Our guide looks into applying for the business visa extension in Thailand, which does not require you to leave the country.
Holding a Thai visa requires reporting at the Immigration Bureau every 90 days. We explain the process of completing the report online.
There are many types of visas for Thailand for different purposes, and with different requirements. This guide gives an overview.
A non-immigrant B visa is required for a work permit in Thailand and getting one often needs a WP.3 letter – pre-approval obtained by employer.
All foreigners working in Thailand require a work permit sponsored by an employer. Our guide explains the requirements and process.