There are certain requirements in order to extend a visa or permit of stay of a foreigner working in Thailand. Today, we talk about the required company papers in order to extend the permit of stay of a non-B visa holder in Thailand.
Aside from application forms set by government authorities and applicant’s personal documents, the employer or applicant have to prepare and provide these documents to the Immigration officials:
- Value-added tax (VAT) returns and salary withholding tax returns from the last three months certified by and obtained from the Revenue Department Area Office;
- Financial Statements and the Corporate Income Tax Return (PND.50) of the previous year certified by and obtained from the Regional Office of Revenue Department;
- Social security submission forms from the last three months certified by and obtained from the Social Security Office in your area;
- Company affidavit, list of shareholders and financial statement submission form (Sor Bor Chor 3) certified by and obtained from the Ministry of Commerce;
- Latest Personal Income Tax Return of the applicant certified by and obtained from the Main Office of Revenue Department
Because the above documents were filed at different government authorities, you have to plan in advance and make sure that documents are certified before your permit of stay expires. If you rely on your staff but they are not familiar with the process, they may not know where to go and how to contact each authority. Thus, MSNA can help you obtain the certified documents in a timely manner and file the application to extend your permit of stay to one year. Contact us now for your Thai visa and work permit needs.