With an acceptance letter from an accredited Thai School or University you will be able to get a “Non-Immigrant ED” visa from a Thai Embassy or consulate abroad. Additionally, those wishing to participate in conferences or training seminars can also apply for the Non-Imm ED visa. This visa will allow you to stay in Thailand for 1 year subject to one extension within the first 90 days. 90 day reports to Immigration are required and a re-entry permit is necessary should you wish to leave the country. A multiple re-entry permit allows for unlimited trips.
For students wishing to study at a Government University
To study at a Private University
To study at an International School
To study at Government School
To study at a Private School
Foreigners who wish to participate in a project or seminar or to attend a conference or training course in Thailand must provide the following documents:
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The visa is valid for 90 days as it will provide you sufficient time to work on students visa. The extension time is 21 days before the visa expires. The duration of the student visa depends on the duration of your course.
We help you with the visa extension, for this you must be enrolled in an educational institution. You should have a registration letter and a receipt of tuition fees. This will be the evidence that had made the payment.
Requirements for extension are:
The reason why Sunbelt is the best is that we are experienced and efficient in gathering the right documents. We make sure the application is quickly submitted and with professionalism to the visa processing center. Our experts are always ready to help you and provide you free advice.
Any foreigner working in Thailand must obtain a Work Permit before beginning work. While a prospective employer may file an application on the foreigner’s behalf in advance of his starting work, the actual Work Permit will not be issued until the foreigner has entered Thailand in accordance with the immigration laws and has presented himself to receive his Work Permit.
Foreign Business License
US Treaty Of Amity
Thailand Work Permit
Closing a Thai Company