Extension of Temporary Stay Under Section 15

For a person performing duties or missions in the Kingdom for the government of Thailand in accordance with the agreements which Thai Government has made with the foreign country's government involved

For Persons on Diplomatic Missions sent by a Foreign Government to perform duties in the Kingdom


Criteria of Consideration

  1. Holding Diplomatic Passport or Official Passport or United Nations Laissez-Passer obtained the appropriate visa or Visa Exemption in accordance with the agreements which Foreign Government has made with the Thai Government and
  2. Confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

List of Documents

  1. Application form
  2. Applicant’s passport and photocopies.
  3. Letter of confirmation and request for extension of temporary stay from The Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

For Office Chiefs of International Organizations or International Departments performing duties in Thailand which are protected by law

For Consular parties and their employees sent by a Foreign Government to perform duties in the Kingdom


Criteria of Consideration

  1. – Holding Diplomatic Passport or Official Passport or United Nations Laissez-Passer obtained the appropriate visa or Visa Exemption in accordance with the agreements which Fore ign Government has made with the Thai Government or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant Visa Category “F”
  2. Confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

List of Documents

  1. Application form
  2. Applicant’s passport and photocopies.
  3. Letter of confirmation and request for extension of temporary stay from The Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

For spouses or children under patronage or being a part of the household of persons as abovementioned reasons from 1-5

For a person which a foreign government has sent to perform duties or missions in the Kingdom with the approval of the Thai Government

Criteria of Consideration

  1. – Holding Diplomatic Passport or Official Passport or United Nations Laissez-Passer obtained the appropriate visa or Visa Exemption in accordance with the agreements which Forcign Government has made with the Thai Government or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “F” or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “O”
  2. Confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or from The relevant government agency equivalent to or higher that department level

List of Documents

  1. Application form
  2. Applicant’s passport and photocopies
  3. Letter of confirmation and request for extension of temporary stay issued by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the relevant government agency equivalent to or higher than department level

For Private servants travelling from Foreign countries to work at the residence of the persons on Diplomatic Missions (as Mentioned in 1)

For a person performing duties or missions in the Kingdom for the governmet of Thailand in accordance with the agreements which Thai Government has made with the foreign country’s government involved


Criteria of Consideration

  1. – Holding Diplomatic Passport or Official Passport or United Nations Laissez-Passer obtained the appropriate visa or Visa Exemption in accordance with the agreements which Foreign Government has made with the Thai Government or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “F” or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “O”
  2. Confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or from the relevant governmetn agency equivalent to or higher than department level.

List of Documents

  1. Application form
  2. Applicant’s passport and photocopies.
  3. Letter of confirmation and request for extension of temporary stay issued by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the relevant government agency equivalent to or higher than department level

Detail

For Office Chiefs of International Organizationsor International Departments performing duties in Thailand which are protected by law or which the Thai Government has concurred with, including officers, specialists or other persons who are appointed or assigned by the International Organizations / Departments or perform duties or responsibilities in th Kingdom for the said Organizations / Departments of for the Thai Government under the agreement which the Thai Government has made with such International Organizations/Departments


Criteria of Consideration

  1. – Holding Diplomatic Passport or Official Passport or United Nations Laissez-Passer obtained the appropriate visa or Visa Exemption in accordance with the agreements which Forcign Government has made with the Thai Government or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “F” or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “O”
  2. Confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or from the relevant government agency equivalent to or higher than department level.

List of Documents

  1. Application form
  2. Applicant’s passport and photocopies.
  3. Letter of confirmation and request for extension of temporary stay issued by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the relevant government agency equivalent to or higher than department level

In Category of Investment

For spouses or children under patronage or being a part of the household of persons as abovementioned reasons from 1-5


Criteria of Consideration

  1. – Holding Diplomatic Passport or Official Passport or United Nations Laissez-Passer obtained the appropriate visa or Visa Exemption in accordance with the agreements which Forcign Government has made with the Thai Government or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “F” or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “O”
  2. Confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or from the relevant government agency equivalent to or higher than department level.

List of Documents

  1. Application form
  2. Applicant’s passport and photocopies.
  3. Letter of confirmation and request for extension of temporary stay issued by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the relevant government agency equivalent to or higher than department level

In Category of Working or Business

For Private servants travelling from Foreign countries to work at the residence of the persons on Diplomatic Missions (as Mentioned in 1), or any person having a document showing status eqnivalent to that of diplomatic immunity in accordance with the agreement that the Thai Government has made with Foreign Governments International Organizations / Departments


Criteria of Consideration

  1. – Holding Diplomatic Passport or Official Passport or United Nations Laissez-Passer obtained the appropriate visa or Visa Exemption in accordance with the agreements which Foreign Government has made with the Thai Government or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “F” or
    – Holding Ordinary Passport and obtained Non-Immigrant visa category “O”
  2. Confirmation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

List of Documents

  1. Application form
  2. Applicant’s passport and photocopies.
  3. Letter of confirmation and request for extension of temporary stay issued by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by the relevant government agency equivalent to or higher than department level

In Category of Supporting Thai citizen or being supported by Thai citizen (husband-wife, father-mother, or children who is under 20 years of age and single)

DETAILED INFORMATION NEEDED FOR RESIDENCE PERMIT APPLICATIONS (BY YEARLY QUOTA PER NATIONALITY)


An applicant’s qualifications

  1. A foreign national may qualify to apply for a residence permit if he/she
    1. holds a passport of his/her current nationality, which was granted a NON-IMMIGRANT VISA and has been permitted to stay in the Kingdom of Thailand on the basis of one year visa extension for the total of at least 3 consecutive years up to the application submission date.
  2. Has personal qualifications that fit one of the following categories:
    1. Investment category
    2. Working/Business category
    3. Humanity Reasons category: he/she must have relationship with a Thai citizen or a non-Thai citizen who already possesses residence permit as the followings:
      – A legal husband or wife.
      – A legal father or mother.
      – A unmarried child who is under 20 years of age up to the submission date of application.
    4. Expert category.
    5. Extra circumstances on a case by case basis

Submission period for the applications

Ministry of Interior will announce the annual quota of foreign to be granted with residence permit and such announcement will be published in the Government Gazette. Application can then be submitted until the last working day of the year. Detailed information about the date and documents required for each category can be obtained at Section 1 Bangkok Immigration Division, Immigration Bureau (room number 301, 3rd floor) Soi Suan Plu, South Sathorn Road, Sathorn District, Bangkok 10120 Tel. 0-2287-3117 or at any regional Immigration offices. Applicants must submit the applications in person and bring all documents required, for each category, together with all of their passports.

Procedures after the applications are accepted

  1. The immigration officers will grant the applicants a 180 day extension of stay on the date of application submission and the next extensions will be granted for 180 days until the results of the applications come out from the Immigration Commission.
  2. The applicants and those who get involved with the applications will get an appointment card to come for an interview with the immigration officers. The interview includes the test of the understanding of Thai language: speaking and listening (the applicants must come for the interview on the date of appointment; otherwise, without an appropriate reason, it will be automatically taken into the consideration that they cancel the applications.)
  3. The applicants who are over 14 years of age must be undergo a criminal record check:
    1. Their fingerprint sheets are sent to the Criminal Records Division for the criminal record’s check in Thailand.
    2. Their passports undergo a blacklist check to verify whether they are considered as “prohibited persons” according to the Immigration.
    3. They are to be checked whether they are wanted by a foreign warrant of arrest by the Foreign Affair Division.

Applications Consideration

  1. The applications will be submitted for consideration by the Immigration Commission which consists of the representatives from the Interior Ministry, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Royal Thai Police Headquarters, the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, the Supreme Attorney, the Board of Investment, the Security State Council, the Tourist Authority of Thailand, and the Immigration Bureau with the final approval by the Interior Minister.
  2. To grant approval for the residence permit application, the Immigration Commission will take into its consideration the applicants’ qualifications in terms of income, assets, knowledge, professional expertise, relationship with a Thai citizen, national security, personality, health, understanding of Thai language and other appropriate conditions due to current economic and social surroundings, and government policy.
  3. Timing for the consideration process varies each year, depending on the policy of the Immigration Commission and the Interior Ministry.

Fees

  1. A non-refundable fee for each application is 7,600 baht.
  2. If the application is approved, the fee for the residence permit is 191,400 baht. However, the residence permit fee for spouses and children (under 20 years of age) of Thai citizens or aliens who already had the residence permit is 95,700 baht.Note : Fees can be changed and effected under the law.

WARNING:
Submission of false documents or the provision of false statements are criminal offences.
This copy is for the applicant’s guideline only.
It would be subjected to change by government policies and economic conditions.

For more information please contact:

Bangkok Immigration Division
Immigration Bureau (Room 301 Floor 3)
507 Soi Sathorn South Sahtorn Road
Sathorn District Bangkok 10120
Telepohone 0-2287-3117, 0-2287-3101-10 ext 2234-2235

In Category of Supporting alien who already had residence permit or being supported by alien who already had residence permit

WHEN APPLYING FOR A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN THE CATEGORY OF INVESTMENT


Required Documents

  1. Application form (TM.9)
  2. Health certificate from a hospital (issued within last 3 months prior to the application submission date)
  3. Evidence of blank criminal record from the applicant’s domicile, which must be officially certified by Thai consulate in that country or the applicant’s national embassy located in Thailand (for the applicant who is over 14 years of age)
  4. Copy of the family status certificate e.g. marriage certificate or marriage registration, birth certificate, house registration. The documents which are issued by foreign organizations must be officially certified as the document in # 3
  5. Copy of the applicant’s educational certificate
  6. Copy of all of the applicant’s work permit(s)(every single page that contains information) and the employment certification letter from the applicant’s work place which is signed by the authorized person (if applicable.)
  7. Copy of the applicant’s annual personal income tax form (Por Ngor Dor 91 or 90) with receipts for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year which must be officially certified by the revenue officers (if applicable.)
  8. Copy of the applicant’s monthly income tax form (Por Ngor Dor 1) with receipts from the beginning of the submission year of application (January) until the previous month of application submission, which must be officially certified by the revenue officers (if applicable)
  9. Certificate of money transfer from abroad to any bank in the Kingdom of Thailand for the total amount of at least 10 million baht which must be issued by the bank where the transaction occurred
  10. The applicant’s investment evidence to prove that he/she puts an investment in the Kingdom for the total amount of at least 10 million baht in the following ways
    1. Invest in a limited company or the public company under the condition that he/she must hold the investment for 3 consecutive years since the day he/she obtains the residence permit and have to submit the documents as follows:
      • Certificate of juristic person registration which is issued and officially certified by the Ministry of Commerce within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date
      • List of the share holders, issued and officially certified by the Ministry of Commerce within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date
      • Copy of the value added tax (VAT) or the specific business tax registration e.g. Phor Phor 01, Phor Phor 09, and Phor Phor 20 and copy of the financial statements (balance sheet, profit and loss statement) together with Phor Ngor Dor 50(company income tax form) and receipts for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year
    2. Invest in government or state enterprise bonds under the condition that he/she cannot transfer his/her ownership or pawn either bonds or ownership for 3 consecutive years since the day he/she obtains the residence permit and have to submit the documents as follows:
      • Certification letter for the purchase of government or state enterprise bonds issued by any bank in Thailand
      • Copy of government or state enterprise bonds certificate together with the original
    3. Invest in the Thai stock market e.g. ordinary shares, debentures, investment units which must be approved or certified by the Security and Exchange Commission under the condition that he/she cannot either transfer or pawn his/her shares or ownership for 3 consecutive years since the day he/she obtains the residence permit and have to submit the documents as follows:
      • Certification letter for the purchase of shares and the proof of investment with the original
  11. Map of residence and place of work
  12. Copy of the applicant’s passport(s) (every single page) to indicate the duration of stay in the Kingdom at least 3 consecutive years
  13. Personal information sheet and the applicant’s portfolio which includes detailed information about family background, knowledge and ability, working experience, special ability, social work, work place, residence together with photo (filing all documents in an A4 document folder)
  14. Additional documents which are considered as appropriate by the immigration officer.

Remarks

  1. Copies of the personal documents must be certified by the person to whom the documents belong
  2. Copies of the company’s documents must be certified by the company’s authorized person
  3. Documents which are in foreign languages must be translated into Thai and the translation must be certified by the translator with the translator’s information (e.g. name, telephone number) which can be verified later.

In Category of Experts

WHEN APPLYING FOR A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN THE CATEGORY OF WORKING/BUSINESS


Required Documents

  1. Application form (TM.9)
  2. Health certificate from a hospital (issued within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date)
  3. Certificate of no criminal record from the applicant’s domicile which must be officially certified by Thai consulate in that country or the applicant’s national embassy located in Thailand (for the applicant who is over 14 years of age)
  4. Copy of the family status certificate e.g. marriage certificate or marriage registration, birth certificate, house registration. The documents which are issued by foreign organizations must be officially certified as the document in # 3. If the registration is made in Thailand, it must be certified by the concerned organization ( in case that the family members also apply for the residence permit at the same time)
  5. Copy of the applicant’s educational certificate
  6. Copy of all of the applicant’s work permit(s)(every single page that contains information) and the employment certification letter from the applicant’s work place which is signed by the company’s authorized person (if applicable)
  7. Copy of the applicant’s annual personal income tax form (por ngor dor 91 or 90) with receipts for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year which must be officially certified by the revenue officers
  8. Copy of the applicant’s monthly income tax form (por ngor dor 1) with receipts from the beginning of the year of application submission (January) until the previous month of application submission which must be officially certified by the revenue officers
  9. Certificate of the juristic person registration of which the applicant is working with, that must be issued by the Ministry of Commerce within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date
  10. Copy of the juristic person registration of which the applicant is working with for the previous 3 years prior the application submission year
  11. List of the share holders which is issued and officially certified by the Ministry of Commerce within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date
  12. Copy of the value added tax (VAT) or the specific business tax registration e.g. phor phor 01, phor phor 09, and phor phor 20
  13. Copy of the financial statements (balance sheet, profit and loss statement) together with phor ngor dor 50 (company income tax) and receipts for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year
  14. Export certification letter from any bank in Thailand which indicates the total export value in Thai baht for the previous 3 consecutive years prior to the application submission year (only for the export business)
  15. Certification letter from the organization that involves with the tourism business which gives detail about the number of tourists the company has brought in the Kingdom of Thailand for the previous 3 consecutive years prior to the application submission year (only for the tourist business)
  16. In case that the company is considered as one of BOI support, the copy of the BOI card or other documents indicating that support are needed
  17. Map of residence and place of work
  18. Copy of all of the applicant’s passport (every single page) to indicate the duration of stay in the Kingdom at least 3 consecutive years
  19. Personal information sheet and the applicant’s portfolio which includes detailed information about family background, knowledge and ability, working experience, special ability, social work, work place, residence together with photo (using the A4 document folder)
  20. Additional documents which are considered as appropriate by the immigration officer.

Remarks

  1. Copies of the personal documents must be certified by the person to whom the documents belong
  2. Copies of the company’s documents must be certified by the company’s authorized person.
  3. Documents which are in foreign language must be translated into Thai and the translation must be certified by the translator with the translator’s information (e.g. name, telephone number) which can be verified later.

WHEN APPLYING FOR A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN THE CATEGORY OF SUPPORTING THAI CITIZEN OR BEING SUPPORTED BY THAI CITIZEN (HUSBAND-WIFE, FATHER-MOTHER, OR CHILDREN WHO ARE UNDER 20 YEARS OF AGE AND SINGLE)

WHEN APPLYING FOR A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN THE CATEGORY OF SUPPORTING THAI CITIZEN OR BEING SUPPORTED BY THAI CITIZEN (HUSBAND-WIFE, FATHER-MOTHER, OR CHILDREN WHO ARE UNDER 20 YEARS OF AGE AND SINGLE)


Required Documents

  1. Application form (TM.9)
  2. Health certificate from a hospital (issued within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date)
  3. Evidence of blank criminal record from the applicant’s domicile which must be officially certified by Thai consulate in that country or the applicant’s national embassy located in Thailand (for the applicant who is over 14 years of age)
  4. Copy of the family status certificate e.g. marriage certificate or marriage registration and Kor.Ror.2 within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date, birth certificate, child legitimation registration certificate. The documents which are issued by foreign organizations must be officially certified as the document in # 3. If the registration is made in Thailand, it must be certified by the concerned organization
  5. Copy of the identification card and house registration of Thai citizen together with the originals
  6. Copy of the applicant’s educational certificate or the certification letter indicating that the applicant is still studying
  7. Copy of all of the supporter’s work permit(s)(every single page that contains information, if applicable) and the employment certification letter from the supporter’s work place which is signed by the company’s authorized person
  8. Copy of the supporter’s annual personal income tax form (Por Ngor Dor 91 or 90) with receipts for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year which must be officially certified by the revenue officers
  9. Copy of the supporter’s monthly income tax form (Por Ngor Dor 1) with receipts from the beginning of the year of application submission (January) until the previous month of application submission which must be officially certified by the revenue officers
  10. Certificate of the juristic person registration that supporter is working with, that must be issued and certified by the Ministry of Commerce within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date
  11. Copy of the juristic person’s share holders list which is issued within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date (in case that the supporter is the share holder of the juristic person)
  12. Copy of the value added tax (VAT) or the specific business tax registration e.g. Phor Phor 01, Phor Phor 09, and Phor Phor 20
  13. Copy of the financial statements (balance sheet, profit and loss statement) together with phor ngor dor 50 (company income tax) and receipts of the year prior to the application submission year
  14. In case that the company is considered as one of BOI support, the copy of the BOI card or other documents indicating that support is needed
  15. Bank certification letter and copy of the supporter’s bank book
  16. Map of residence and place of work
  17. Copy of all of the applicant’s passport (every single page) to indicate the duration of stay in the Kingdom at least 3 consecutive years
  18. Personal information sheet and the applicant’s portfolio which includes detailed information about family background, knowledge and ability, working experience, special ability, social work, work place, residence together with photo (all file in an A4 document folder)
  19. Additional documents which are considered as appropriate by the immigration officer.

 

Remarks

  1. Copies of the personal documents must be certified by the person to whom the documents belong
  2. Copies of the company’s documents must be certified by the company’s authorized person
  3. Documents which are in foreign language must be translated into Thai and the translation must be certified by the translator with the translator’s information (e.g. name, telephone number) which can be verified later.

Alien Registration - Issuing Alien Registration Book

WHEN APPLYING FOR A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN THE CATEGORY OF SUPPORTING FOREIGN NATIONAL WHO ALREADY HAD RESIDENCE PERMIT OR BEING SUPPORTED BY FOREIGN NATIONAL WHO ALREADY HAD RESIDENCE PERMIT
(HUSBAND-WIFE, FATHER-MOTHER, OR CHILDREN WHO IS UNDER 20 YEARS OF AGE AND SINGLE)


Required Documents

  1. Application form (TM.9)
  2. Health certificate from a hospital (issued within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date)
  3. Evidence of blank criminal record from the applicant’s domicile which must be officially certified by Thai consulate in that country or the applicant’s national embassy located in Thailand (for the applicant who is over 14 years of age)
  4. Copy of the family status certificate e.g. marriage certificate or marriage registration, birth certificate, house registration. The documents which are issued by foreign organizations must be officially certified as the document in # 3. If the registration is made in Thailand, it must be certified by the concerned organization
  5. Copy of the residence permit book, foreign identification book, passport and house registration (in Thailand) of the foreign national who already has a residence permit (must copy every single page that contains information) together with the originals
  6. Copy of the applicant’s educational certificate or the certification letter indicating that the applicant is still studying
  7. Copy of all of the supporter’s work permit(s)(every single page that contains information, if applicable) and the employment certification letter from the supporter’s work place which is signed by the company’s authorized person
  8. Copy of the supporter’s annual personal income tax form (Por Ngor Dor 91 or 90) with receipts for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year which must be officially certified by the revenue officers
  9. Copy of the supporter’s monthly income tax form (Por Ngor Dor 1) with receipts from the beginning of the year of application submission (January) until the previous month of application submission which must be officially certified by the revenue officers
  10. Certificate of the juristic person registration that supporter is working with, issued and certified by the Ministry of Commerce within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date
  11. Copy of the juristic person registration certificate that supporter is working with for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year
  12. The juristic person’s share holders list which is issued and certified by the Ministry of Commerce within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date (in case that the supporter is the share holder of the juristic person). And applicant, whose share exeeding  5  million bath, must show the copy of the list of shareholders 3 years backward.
  13. Copy of the value added tax (VAT) or the specific business tax registration e.g. Phor Phor 01, Phor Phor 09, and Phor Phor 20
  14. Copy of the financial statements (balance sheet, profit and loss statement) together with Phor Ngor Dor 50 (company income tax) and receipts of the year prior to the application submission year
  15. In case the company is considered as one of BOI support, the copy of the BOI card or other documents indicating that support are needed
  16. Bank certification letter and copy of the supporter’s bank book
  17. Map of residence and place of work
  18. Copy of the applicant’s passport(s) (every single page) to indicate the duration of stay in the Kingdom for at least 3 consecutive years
  19. Personal information sheet and the applicant’s portfolio which includes detailed information about family background, knowledge and ability, working experience, special ability, social work, work place, residence together with photo (all document file in an A4 document folder)
  20. Additional documents which are considered as appropriate by the immigration officer.

Remarks.

  1. Copies of the personal documents must be certified by the person to whom the documents belong
  2. Copies of the company’s documents must be certified by the company’s authorized person
  3. Documents which are in foreign language must be translated into Thai and the translation must be certified by the translator with the translator’s information (e.g. name, telephone number) which can be verified later.

Alien Registration - Replacement of damaged or lost Alien Registration Book

WHEN APPLYING FOR A RESIDENCE PERMIT IN THE CATEGORY OF EXPERTS


Required Documents

  1. Application form (TM.9)
  2. Health certificate from a hospital (issued within the previous 3 months prior to the application submission date)
  3. Evidence of blank criminal record from the applicant’s domicile which must be officially certified by Thai consulate in that country or the applicant’s national embassy located in Thailand (for the applicant who is over 14 years of age)
  4. Copy of the family status certificate e.g. marriage certificate or marriage registration, birth certificate, child legitimation registration document. The documents which are issued by foreign organizations must be officially certified as the document in # 3. If the registration is made in Thailand, it must be certified by the concerned organization (in case that family members apply at the same time)
  5. Copy of the identification card and house registration of Thai citizen together with the originals (if applicable)
  6. Copy of the applicant’s educational certificate which indicates at least the bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  7. Certification letter indicating working experience or apprenticeship
  8. Copy of all of the applicant’s work permit(s)(every single page that contains information, if applicable)
  9. The employment certification letter from the applicant’s work place which gives detailed information about the applicant’s work, monthly salary, etc
  10. Copy of the applicant’s annual personal income tax form (Por Ngor Dor 91 or 90) with receipts for the previous 3 years prior to the application submission year which must be officially certified by the revenue officers
  11. Copy of the applicant’s monthly income tax form (por ngor dor 1) with receipts from the beginning of the year of application submission (January) until the previous month of application submission which must be certified by the concerned organization’s authorized person (if applicable)
  12. Supporting letter from the concerned government organization or state enterprise
  13. Bank certification letter and copy of the applicant’s bank book
  14. Map of residence and place of work
  15. Copy of the applicant’s passport(s) (every single page) to indicate the duration of stay in the Kingdom for at least 3 consecutive years
  16. Personal information sheet and the applicant’s portfolio which includes detailed information about family background, knowledge and ability, working experience, special ability, social work, work place, residence together with photo (all document file in an A4 document folder)
  17. Additional documents which are considered as appropriate by the immigration officer.

Remarks

  1. Copies of the personal documents must be certified by the person to whom the documents belong
  2. Copies of the company’s documents must be certified by the company’s authorized person
  3. Documents which are in foreign language must be translated into Thai and the translation must be certified by the translator with the translator’s information (e.g. name, telephone number) which can be verified later.