Thailand Privilege Card Co., Ltd. has recently introduced Flexible Plus, specially designed for Thailand Elite members who are interested in obtaining a work permit by investing in the Kingdom of Thailand, in addition to the standard benefits that are provided through the Elite program.
The successful Flexible Plus member would also be granted the opportunity to request a Non-Immigrant visa with a maximum validity of five years for up to three of their dependents (legal spouses and children under 20 years of age).
To qualify for the Flexible Plus Program, an applicant must:
The proof of funds and proof of investment will also be required before the member’s Elite visa would be converted to a Non-Immigrant (B) visa. Detailed information on the documentation that would need to be provided can be found here.
The Flexible Plus member and their dependents would be entitled to similar benefits (with shared quotas) according to the type of membership held by the core member.
To maintain the work permit, the Flexible Plus member must:
If these conditions are not maintained, the Thailand Privilege Card Co., Ltd. will notify the Department of Employment’s Ministry of Labor to revoke the work permit. If it is revoked, the member may retain their Thailand Privilege Card membership and continue to enjoy the privileges provided through their membership type (EUP, ESE, or EPA), without the ability to work in the kingdom.
If you would like to arrange a call with us to discuss any part of this process, please contact us on email@example.com, and one of our client advisors will be happy to assist you.
Posted on Mar 18, 2022