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B Visa, no work permit, through gf company ?

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I dont want it doggy. My gf will yak yak if i mention anything doggy.

 

So can u give me some details on it please.

Now u confussed as most of guys says u need wp and b visa together...

 

Thx

You need a non immigrant visa before they will approve a work permit however you can apply for a work permit on a tourist visa.

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I mean she had wp at all

 

work permit or no work permit nothing was in her passport other than a visa (assuming she was not here on a 30 day visa exempt stamp).

 

what was the permit in her passport ?

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I got a one year visa for Thailand in Saigon. I had a stack of papers from a company claiming they were going to file for a work permit on my behalf.

The work permit never materialized, but I was able to use the Non-Imm B multiple entry visa for over a year.

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I got a one year visa for Thailand in Saigon. I had a stack of papers from a company claiming they were going to file for a work permit on my behalf.

The work permit never materialized, but I was able to use the Non-Imm B multiple entry visa for over a year.

What company

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I got a one year visa for Thailand in Saigon. I had a stack of papers from a company claiming they were going to file for a work permit on my behalf.

The work permit never materialized, but I was able to use the Non-Imm B multiple entry visa for over a year.

 

When did you get that visa? Recently?

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What company

 

Endwave Corporation

 

 

When did you get that visa? Recently?

 

Looks like nothing has changed.

 

http://www.thaiembassy.org/hochiminh/en/services/2884/34919-Non-Immigrant-Visa-%22B%22---To-Work-in-Thai.html

 

"Holder of this type of visa is entitled to stay in Thailand for a maximum period of 90 days. He or she may apply for an extension of stay at the Office of the Immigration Bureau and may be granted such extension for a period of one year from the date of first entry into Thailand."

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I reckon an education visa is just perfect for you, it will provide a 12 month visa and as a bonus you will learn the Thai language...

Working on his English would be a good idea also.

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Working on his English would be a good idea also.

Why, if he learns Thai that would cover him well.

I think the Ed visa is the way to go too... and don't get caught 'working'.

So what if you have to have a language test after a year...... attend the classes and he might well be fluent then.

Only other visa I can think of is extension for medical treatment.

Or get married.....

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Do Thai girls use shorthand in SMS to each other like some of the OP's post content? Do Thai letters work that way?

 

When I see forum posts with SMS shorthand where none is required I think about non Roman alphabet languages and if that would even work.

 

Spanish speaking girls do this a lot because of the SMS limit per message. "k" for "que" etc.

 

I think you make a good point on (his) learning Thai for both learning and the visa simplicity. If I retire n Thailand, I would study, not for the visa (because retirement O is cheaper) but because when I spend a lot of time in a foreign country I want to at least function in the local language.

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Endwave Corporation

 

 

 

Looks like nothing has changed.

 

http://www.thaiembassy.org/hochiminh/en/services/2884/34919-Non-Immigrant-Visa-%22B%22---To-Work-in-Thai.html

 

"Holder of this type of visa is entitled to stay in Thailand for a maximum period of 90 days. He or she may apply for an extension of stay at the Office of the Immigration Bureau and may be granted such extension for a period of one year from the date of first entry into Thailand."

 

The link shows details of a 90 single entry. I was asking about the one-year multi-entry ...

 

but I was able to use the Non-Imm B multiple entry visa for over a year.

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Things have changed. I got a look at my old passport and it was definitely a Multiple entry Non-Imm visa I was issued in HCMC, but that is not the case any longer.

 

Good luck getting Immigration to extend you past 90 days w/o having a work permit.

 

The other option back then was the Thai Trade office in Taiwan, which would issue 1 year Non-Imm B visas, but it appears that has changed too:

 

http://www.tteo.org.tw/english/business-visa

 

You might actually be able to get a one-year, but they are asking for a Taiwanese residency certificate.

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Working on his English would be a good idea also.

Why, if he learns Thai that would cover him well.

I think the Ed visa is the way to go too... and don't get caught 'working'.

So what if you have to have a language test after a year...... attend the classes and he might well be fluent then.

Only other visa I can think of is extension for medical treatment.

Or get married.....

Or turist multiple ... and do runs..

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Or turist multiple ... and do runs..

Why are you making suggestions when it was you who asked the question?

Two problems there... for sure you won't get a work permit.

You will need to travel outside of Thailand and possibly stay overnight in a neighbouring country.

Some neighbouring countries have restrictions on how many entries they will give you on the multiple.

Not sure what these guys are up to!

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Some neighbouring countries have restrictions on how many entries they will give you on the multiple.

 

Yes, it's a good idea to change your exit country every time, but even then they are wise to you. When I was doing runs the best bet was a country you needed to fly to. Singers was the best, but obviously the most expensive.

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