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Retirement Visa to Work permit

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Hi,

I am 64 years old, living in Bkk (again) since 3 years on a retirement visa (Non-O/A). My previous employer (2005-2009), a Thai company would like to hire me again. Is it possible to change my actual Visa back to a Non-B (I think that's the one I had at that time) with work permit without leaving the country?

Maybe someone here has already had the experience or the knowledge before I start a difficult journey at the immigration in Bkk.

Thanks to all helpful comments/advises.

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I know people who have done this in the past so I assume that it is still possible. Your future employer might be able to help ease the process. 

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Not an issue well it never use to be but assuming all the thai whisky Official's have consumed since 1979! No guarantee😣

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No problem, but it is your new employer job to do so. You just have to show up at the appointment in Bangkok.

 

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I did it (at a different Immigration office), but I had to leave the country.

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I am on a retired Visa, not want to change to married Visa. However I got the answers: Need to leave the country, cancel retirement Visa on check-out at airport immigr. and apply abroad for a new Non-A with all the docs from company, invitation letter etc etc....

 

Thx to those who wanted to help in here 

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