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Alien Business Investment Act
 
Alien Business Investment Act
Section 8 Subject to the immigration law, any person who wishes an alien to come to work in his business in the Kingdom shall file an application for a permit on such alien’s behalf with the Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General.
The Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General shall issue a permit to the alien under paragraph one only after such alien has come into the Kingdom.
Section 9 In granting permission for an alien to work under Sections 7 and 8, the Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General may impose any conditions on the alien. In such a case, the alien must first give a confirmation that he will be able to satisfy such conditions. In the case under Section 8, such alien must give his confirmation prior to his entry into the Kingdom.
Section 10 An alien who has been permitted to come in to work in the Kingdom under the investment promotion law or under other law shall file an application for a permit, with the Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General within thirty days from the date of such alien’s entry into the Kingdom. However, if such alien is already present in the Kingdom, the period of thirty days shall be counter from the date he or she learned of the granting of permission to work under the investment promotion law or under other law. While waiting for the permit, the applicant may work.
After the Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General receives the application, a permit shall be issued without delay.
Section 11 An alien who is to apply for a permit under Section 7 must have the following qualifications:
  • Having residence in the Kingdom, or having been granted a permission to enter the Kingdom temporarily under the immigration law other than permission for entry as a tourist or a person in transit;
  • Not being a person who is disqualified or prohibited pursuant to the conditions prescribed by the Minister and announced in the Government Gazette.
Section 12 The following aliens may do only the works prescribed by the Minister and announced in the Government Gazette. In such an announcement. The Minister may impose any conditions as may be deemed appropriate:
Section 7 Subject to Section 10, any work not prohibited in a Royal Decree issued under Section 6 may be done by an alien upon receipt of a relevant permit from the Director – General or an official assigned by the Director – General, except for aliens coming into the kingdom temporarily under the immigration law to perform a needed and urgent work with a working period of not more than fifteen days. However, such alien may perform such work after giving written notice to the Director – General or the official authorized by the Director – General of the same, in the form prescribed by the Director – General.
  • An alien who is deported under the deportation law and who has been granted relaxation to take up an occupation at any place instead of deportation or is pending deportation;
  • An alien who enters and lives in the Kingdom without permission under the immigration law and is pending expulsion from the Kingdom;
  • An alien who was born in the Kingdom but does not receive Thai nationality under the Announcement of the National Executive Council No. 337 dated 13 December 1972 (B.E.2515) or under other law;
  • An alien who is an alien as a result of the denationalization pursuant to the Announcement of the National Executive Council No. 337 dated 13 December 1972 (B.E.2515) or under other law.
An alien may do a work designated by the Minister under paragraph one only upon receipt of a permit from the Director – General or the official assigned by the Director – General.
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