Permanent Residency In Thailand

The annual quota for granting permanent residency in Thailand currently stands at a maximum of 100 applicants per nationality. The Minister of Interior is the one responsible for issuing the announcement each year that the quota is once again open for submission. It is usually announced from October until the end of December. 

The Immigration Commission has the power to define all regulations concerning permanent residency. The Immigration Bureau is the agency that handles all procedures concerning permanent residency applications. Although submitting an application can be done individually, it helps immensely to find a suitable firm to assist you with your application. After all, it’s only once a year that you get to try.

5 Ways of Obtaining a PR in Thailand

  • Investment
  • Work/Business
  • Supporting Thai citizen or being supported by Thai citizen
  • Supporting alien who already had residence permit or being supported by alien who already had residence permit
  • Experts

Common Ways Of Getting A Thai PR

Supporting/supported by Thai citizen


Criteria of Obtaining a Thai Permanent Residence

Application Procedure of PR

If You Want to Know Your Eligibility,let Us Know:

  • Number of years (consecutively) that you hold business visa and extending it in Thailand
  • Number of years (consecutively) that you hold a work permit
  • Your annual income for the year (according to the Personal Income Tax filing – PND 91) 2014, 2015 and 2016
  • What is your current monthly salary rate?
  • What is your marital status
  • If you are married, how long have you been married? And what is the nationality of your spouse?
  • If your spouse is a Thai national, do you have any biological child with your Thai Spouse?

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