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Housekeeper Thailand

Thai Domestic Worker Regulations

Ministerial Regulation No. 14, B.E. 2555 under the Thai Labor Protection Act makes most of the Labor Protection Act applicable to domestic workers…

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Thai Work Permit

Thai Visa and Thai Work Permit

It is commonly circulated in the internet that in order for a non-Thai national to get a Thai work permit, he must secure a non-immigrant visa at his home country…

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Thai Property Lawyer

Thailand Property Lawyers: Are They Costly or the Best Option You Can Have?

Thai-registered property lawyers ensure that your rights as a foreign individual is upheld and protected through the services they offer…

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Volunteers in Thailand

Volunteering in Thailand

There are many organizations, charities, and foundations on the internet who cater to tourist volunteers. They provide a wide range of experiences for their volunteers…

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Taxi Cab Scam in Thailand

Avoiding Cab Scams at Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok

Recently, the rate of “tourist-scammers” have increased, and it is important that you take precautions prior to, and during your trip. Some scammers dress up to look like an official…

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Crackdown on Alcohol in Thailand

Crackdown on Alcohol in Thailand

Thailand is the top alcohol consuming country in ASEAN (per capita). The Junta reasoned that the economic losses that results from a strict interpretation of the Alcohol Beverage Control Act …

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Surrogacy in Thailand

Surrogacy in Thailand

The recent outbreak of news about surrogacy in Thailand has people starting to call Thailand “the womb of the world.” Surrogacy in the Western World can cost from…

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Five Interesting Facts About Thailand

Five Interesting Facts About Thailand

Thailand is indeed known as the Land of Smiles. Rightly so because it has among the world’s best attractions, the best people and the well-respected and well-loved monarch. However…

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