Starting now, migrant workers don’t need to brave the sometimes long queue in paying their work permit fees and insurance. A quick visit to convenience stores and supermarkets will now do the trick.
Thailand’s Department of Employment has signed a deal with the Counter Service company to make life easier for people from neighboring countries – Cambodia, Laos, and Myanmar, reported Daily News
Everything in connection with migrant workers extension (work permit fees and insurance) is a wait time at the counter of just one minute and a fee of only 10 baht, provided, of course, that their right to stay in Thailand has not expired.
Department of Employment Petcharat Sin-uay signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Wiradech Akkraphonphanich of Counter Service yesterday during a ceremony.
Source/Photo: Daily News
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