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Which would be the best for applying for work permit in thailand?

 

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Resume does not help you get a work permit, a resume helps you get a job.

 

Do you speak Thai, what experience do you have?

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Your knowledge and experience will be judged to get a job. When you have a job, your employer will take care of the work permit.

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In other words you need to have an employment contract then you can apply for a work permit (normally your employer will start the work permit process.

 

Notes:

1. There is no such thing as a working/work visa... it's a Work Permit.

2. You also need a visa to allow you to physically be in Thailand.

3. Work permits are handled by the Thai Ministry of Labour. Visas are issued by a completely different government agency 'the Thai Immigration Bureau (which is a division of the Royal Thai Police'.

4. You must be employed / have a contract of employment from a Thai registered company to get a Work Permit.

5. No such thing as a 'personal work permit' to work in a specific profession/industry and no such thing as a 'personal work permit' to work in any job/change to any job in any industry that you choose. 

6. There's a list of specific professions/trades which are totally reserved for Thai citizens only.

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Degrees is what makes it easier, but any papers can also work. Regardless of that you need an actual offer and then contract from a company, OR throwing a LOT of money on the problem using lawyers and so on...

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Technically speaking, a NON-B visa IS a working/work visa as you need a "job" to get 1. (since the "B" stands for "Business")

Secondly, he MAY just be looking for exactly what he asked about, a popular, eye catching resume format upon which to present himself to perspective employers.

OP - I would recommend doing a google search on popular resume' formats then see if you have that format in Word.

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