These are the work permit fees in Thailand. The cost of the work permit in Thailand depends on a number of issues. It depends on how long you are extending the permit for as well as your work permit fees. There are also other fees such as work permit fees for changing location or occupation on the exact same work permit. Speak to a lawyer in Thailand about the charges and also the timeline for each process.
Most work permits in Thailand are for the length of the contact. Most employment contracts in Thailand tend to be for 12 months only. It can however be longer and your work permit can be for as long as the contract will be. You might have a contract for 18 months so the permit will be for 18 months. Note that your Thai visa will also be extended with your permit so it means a visit to the Labour Department as well as Thai immigration.
You will also note that you can also apply for a permit while holding onto a Thai marriage visa while in Thailand. Once the work permit is canceled your Non-Immigrant B Thai visa will also be canceled. If you have a 12-month Non-Immigrant B Visa and you only work for 6 months and the work permit is canceled, you will need to apply for a Non-B Visa again and go through the process of extending it again to the 12-month visa you had before. Please, note that this rule does not apply to Marriage Visa when it comes to the work permit in Thailand.
100 THB – Permit Application Fee
750 THB – work permits not longer than 3 months.
1,500 THB – work permit longer than 3 months but does not exceed 6 months.
3,000 THB – work permit longer than 6 months but does not exceed 12 months.
If the work permit in Thailand is longer than one year or 12 months then there are additional fees. It is not very common to have employment contracts for longer than 12 months in Thailand so most of the laws revolve around a 12 month period. Always speak to your company as well as our lawyer about your work permit in Thailand.
500 Baht/Book = Substitute of a permit
1,000 Baht/time = Permission to change or add job description.
3,000 Baht/time = Permission to remove or add an employer
1,000 Baht/time = Permission to change or add the locality or place of work
150 Baht/time = Permission to change or add conditions
In the article on working illegally in Thailand one of the many offenses is when you work as a location, not in your permit or not working for the person in the work permit. The permit only allows you to work for the person at the address in your work permit.
As an example, you have a work permit to teach in Thailand. You work for ABC school in Bangkok. You have a part-time job on weekends at AB Language School in Minburi. The work permit does not cover the language school. You don’t need two work permits but can add an employer and add an address to the permit.
Speak to our lawyers about these additions and the fees for changing these while in Thailand. Call us today or walk into our offices in Bangkok to secure your work permit in Thailand. Note that most schools and companies will pay the work permit fees in Thailand.
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