... of 1st July 2008, the Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised into 3 types as below.
Change of Non-Immigrant Visa (B)
As of 1st July 2008, the Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised
into 3 types as below.
... exhibition of intrioately woven items produced by the disabled. Impressed by what she saw she spearheaded a yan lipao weaving are teaching project. Since then the popularity of yan lipao handbags has soared, largely through Her Majesty's example of how they ... ... perfect complement to clothes fashioned from traditional Thai materials.
The result of Her Majesty's efforts and the ongoing work of the SUPPORT foundation is seen not merely in the revival of old crafts and the creation of new fashions. For the rural ...
5) Tourist Visa - TR
o For applying a Visa in no. 2), 3) and 4) above, a representative must be a Japanese who has been working in the same company or company group. The representative must prepare a name card for the Embassy.
o For applying a Visa ... ... an applicant to appoint a representative to submit a visa application for these visa types :
Non - Immigrant
- B Visa (Teaching)
2) Non - Immigrant - O Visa (Spouse or Dependent of Thai Citizen)
3) Non - Immigrant - ED Visa (Education)
4) Non - ...
(The form can be downloaded from the Embassy website.)
Evidence of educational qualification
such as diploma or teaching certificate.
An original Certificate of Criminal Record
issued by the competent authority of Japan or country of ... ... rejected, the application will not be refunded and submitted documents
will not be returned to applicant
Processing time: 2 working days, exception for the applicants of no. 14-15 processing time: 2 - 60
working days (After submitting the application,...
... will allow Thai Muslims with limited or no knowledge of Arabic to study and gain a deeper understanding about the principle teachings and practices of Islam.
His Majesty had openly developed a keen yet genuine interest in Islamic ... ... projects aimed at improving the lives and welfare of Thai-Muslims in Thailand.
The late King Bhumibol's work approach was based on the principles of “Understand, Access, and Develop”, which stressed that all parties concerned,...