Thailand is becoming an increasingly popular destination for investment and business, requiring effective handling of international and regional transfers of staff. To navigate the complexities of employing foreign personnel legally, companies of all sizes, including NGOs and multinationals, can benefit from our specialized advice. Compliance is crucial as failure to meet regulations can lead to fines, imprisonment, or deportation.
Our Immigration and Employment Department is your all-in-one solution for employment under Thai law. From securing work permits and visas for foreign employees and their families to providing guidance on a range of employment and immigration issues for overseas companies, we cover all bases. We also extend our services to international relocation providers serving large multinational clients.
Leverage our extensive experience in obtaining work permits, especially those issued under special privileges from the Board of Investment (BOI), the Industrial Estates Authority of Thailand (IEAT), and the One-Stop Service Center (OSSC). Let our expertise streamline the process for you.
We assist with employee contracts, internal regulations, industry-specific challenges, and termination procedures. Our department has a strong record in labor dispute negotiations and also offers in-depth guidance on rights and privileges for expatriates under the laws of Thailand’s Ministry of Labour and Immigration Bureau.
In summary, Dej-Udom & Associates is your comprehensive partner for immigration and employment matters in Thailand, ensuring that your business remains compliant and poised for growth.
Q. Does your firm render work permit and visa services for foreign investors?
A. Yes, we offer immigration (Visa) and work permit services for all types of foreign direct investment.
Q. What are the professional fees for these services?
A. We have fixed prices which apply to each stage of the services required and a lump sum fee for a whole process. Our fee schedule is available upon request.
Q. Do you continuously track records and advise clients on the expiry dayes of the visas and work permits?
A. Yes, particularly for our retainer clients and global business partners.
Q. Does Thailand issue special visas and work permits for investment in special promotion zones?
A. Yes, there is one stop services for these types of investment and we will arrange all necessary paperwork to speed up the approval process for the client.
Q. Does a foreign assignee need a supporting sponsor’s letter for the visa and work permit process?
A. Yes, this is an important letter supporting each individual assignee.
Q. Any more questions?
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