Act exempts AIT from work-permit
AIT Alumni Association (Thailand) president, on the topic “Non-extension of
visa is purely a legal issue”: The Foreign Employment Act, BE 2551 (2008),
is not enforceable regarding expatriates performing their duties under
agreements the Thai government made with foreign governments or
international organisations, as provided in Section 4 of the same
Thailand: Public hearings on civil unions
the Rights and Liberties Protection Department and the House committee on
Legal Affairs, Justice and Human Rights – began in Thailand last week.
Supporters of the bill have pledged to collect 10,000 signatures – or the
support of 20 members of the House of Representatives – in case the cabinet
rejects the bill.
Hundreds back civil unions for gay
their support for a so-called civil partnership bill that would allow
same-sex couples equal marriage rights. The supporters attended the bill’s
first public hearing at Chandrakasem Rajabhat University in Bangkok. If the
bill becomes law, it would be the first of its kind in Thailand.
Visa norms for medicare in Thailand
medical treatment in Thailand can now stay in the country for 90 days
without a visa, according to Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to the
Sultanate of Oman, Dr. Pornchai Danvivathana.
22 firms found breaking foreign ownership rules (05 Feb 2013)
Foreigners Flock to Thailand (04 Feb 2013)
Thailand offers GCC nationals 90-day visa exemption(04 Feb 2013)
ASEAN talk: A lot of room to grow (04 Feb 2013)
Upsurge in retirement visas (04 Feb 2013)
Malaysians warned on Thai marriages (04 Feb 2013)
Thailand set to see increase in interest from foreign property investors (04 Feb 2013)
‘About 100’ Phuket Tourism, Property Businesses With Foreign Links Face Investigation(02 Feb 2013)
Crackdown begins on illegal foreigners in Phuket(01 Feb 2013)