Postbox letter from Jay
The process for getting a teacher's visa in Thailand (non-B) is anything but simple (as of my experiences with Jomtien immigration when I was last there).
Every teacher would love their school to have a Khun Oat
Foreign teachers need someone who takes away all those red tape headaches? Do you have such a member of staff or is your place of employment generally clueless about immigration / ministry of labor procedures and are teachers left to fight for themselves?
It all boils down to how you look at things
As much as I love Thailand, I often find myself complaining about living here. I notice that many of my friends do the same thing. Most of the time it is just harmless chit chat, but sometimes I find myself talking to people who really do not seem to like anything about Thailand.
Postbox letter from Eric Haeg
A letter from the Teachers Council of Thailand (TCT) recently circulated social media, causing quite a stir among Thailand’s foreign teacher community.
The work permit application and renewal process
Mike, a teacher in South Thailand, takes us through the process of applying for your first work permit, renewing a work permit and also applying for the relevant visas.
Postbox letter from Mike
I had five excellent years living and working in Thailand, but the nonsensical bureaucracy eventually drove me away
Postbox letter from Ajarn.com
I'm sure that many of you will have been reading over the past few weeks that there are some major changes on the way regarding visa rules and immigration laws in Thailand.
Postbox letter from Teacher in Khon Kean
Does anyone know how to do a teacher licence renewal?
Postbox letter from Dave
My interpretation of the current rules concerning teacher licenses and work permits
Postbox letter from Dara Quinn
Whilst at a job interview last week I was informed (by an international school) that if a person had no teaching degree they would not be issued a third work permit