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Thailand working as 'consultant'

Old Aug 10th 2010, 9:44 pm
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Hi All

Im thinking of working for myself (a 'consultant'?) in thailand. Im a qualified architect.

Does anyone got any advise on the lagality of doing this in thailand. I cant just go out and work/deisgn for a client as I need a work permit. Before a work permit I need a Business visa. Also do I really need to set up my own company to do this. Otherwise there will be risk of going bankrupt. Plus on top of this I need all the PI insurance to cover me being sued.

II am told by one company that its possible for me to work for them as a consultant as long as I sort out my visa? I would still need a work permit though?!

This all gives me a headache and Im thinkking of just getting a normal job.
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