ส่วนทรัพยากรมนุษย์และองค์กร มหาวิทยาลัยวลัยลักษณ์

Working in Thailand TIPs

  • Visa
  • Work Permit
  • Re-entry Visa
  • 90 days and residence
    notifications

What to prepare?

  • First Time Extension
    • 2 two-inch photo
    • 2 photo of applicant while teaching.
    • Original Diploma and Transcript of the highest education.
    • Passport
    • Work Permit
    • Map of your residence (in case of renting a house)
  • Continuous Visa
    • 2 two-inch photo
    • 2 photo of applicant while teaching.
    • Passport
    • Work Permit
    • Map of your residence (in case of renting a house)
    • Tax Report/ Tax Receipt

Contact Visa and Work Permit Section, WUHR for more information. Ext. 3774 or E-mail Click

Work Permit is a proof that you are allowed to work in Thailand within the period of time. Obtaining your work permit, you must have a Non-Immigrant type of visa first. After you arrived safely in Thailand, WU will start processing for your Work Permit with Thai Ministry of Labor. By acquiring it, you have to prepare the following documents

What to prepare?

  • First time acquiring
    • Passport
    • 5 two-inch photos (Wearing formal suit with white or blue background).
    • Original diploma and transcript.
    • Medical Certificate with tertiary syphilis result (issued from hospital in Thailand)
  • Work Permit Renewal
    • Passport
    • Work Permit
    • 2 two-inch photos (Wearing formal suit with white or blue background).
    • Medical Certificate with tertiary syphilis result (issued from hospital in Thailand)
    • Student Assesment (Only 1 course)
    • Tax report/Tax receipt

Contact Visa and Work Permit Section, WUHR for more information. Ext. 3774 or E-mail Click

If you plan to go abroad while working at WU, the first thing you need to do after the plan is set is applying for a re-entry visa. This will allow you to lawfully come back to Thailand and continue your work. To apply for re-entry visa, you need to prepare the following documents.

  • TM.8 form
  • Copy of passport (First Page, visa page and last arrival stamp page).
  • 1 two-inch photo.

Re-entry visa can be apply at the immigration offices all across Thailand, Don Muang International Airport and Suvarnabhumi International Airport. 

Fee

  • 1,000-1,500 Baht for single
  • 3,800 Baht for multiple

Contact Visa and Work Permit Section, WUHR for more information. Ext. 3774 or E-mail Click

After 90 days of entering Thailand, you must report to immigration to let them know that you tend to stay longer. To do the 90 days notification, you need to print out TM.49 form or collect at HR office, fill the form and hand it to HR with your passport. It will take 2-3 days until the process finish. 

See the example here Click 

Contact Visa and Work Permit Section, WUHR for more information. Ext. 3774 or E-mail Click