If you are planning to start a company in Thailand, and you have a system or process designed already for this enterprise, then it should be to your interest to find out how you can patent that system so that no one else will replicate it in their own business and use your own brainchild against you.
Thailand welcomes foreigners into its midst, but it also reserves the right to deport someone back to their home country as long as there is enough legal grounds for the government to do so. The Kingdom’s authority to deport a foreigner is governed by the Deportation Act B.E. 2499 of 1957, which was published on July 7, 1964 in the Royal Thai Government Gazette.
There are multiple classifications of a visa to Thailand, as you’ll find out when you apply for it. You will, however, most commonly encounter the term “Multiple Entry” visa. There are many visas in Thailand that allows the holder to have multiple entries into the country, so it is important that you understand at least the basics of what these visas are.
Some foreigners find foreign languages a topic of interest. However, studying a foreign language requires you to immerse in it and the associated local culture in order to expedite the learning process. True, there are methods of learning a new language online but one learns faster when he or she is in the language’s country of origin.
Tourism is not the only reason foreigners come to Thailand, as we have pointed out many times in this blog. Other reasons include business, expatriation for their retirement, and to become a full-fledged Thai citizen. There are corresponding visas that these foreigners should apply for, and we’ll discuss these visas in detail in this article.