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Moving to Thailand: Things to get ready

Part 1: Immigration, Visas, and Work Permits So you’ve made the decision to move to Thailand. Whether it’s purely for the exciting experience of moving to a different country, figuring out how to get a job and get settled along the way (this meaning you only have vague plans about the future, coming into Thailand on a 30-day visa), or you are moving here with your family because of your job, your company moves you over, or you are married to a Thai national, thus meaning you may live here up to 5 or 10 years. The first thing you want to be completely clear about before moving here is Thailand’s immigration and visa rules. Before you start planning on which area in Bangkok you want to live, where you want to send your kids to school, and other life details, we believe that by understanding the immigration system and knowing which type of visa to have will make things a lot easier and less stressful for you.

As an expat living in Thailand for several years, having a permanent job with work permit, married to a Thai national, you have probably started...
Part 2: Where to Live in Bangkok Bangkok is the heart of Thailand, so chances are if you’re moving to Thailand you will be heading to Bangkok...