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What’s the Processes After Non-B?

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Yesterday for the first time I get my Non-B(teaching). So as I said first time. I have some questions;

 

1)Can I open bank account with Non-B or need work permit?

2)How long does it take for get teaching license?

3)After all done(get teaching license+work permit) am I have go every 90 days my province immigration? If yes why? What should I do?

4)What’s the requirements for teaching license?

 

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1. It depends upon the bank you try to open an bank account at.

2/4. Not sure. That question is best asked on the Teaching in Thailand Forum .

3. After you get the work permit you will then need to apply for a extension of stay at immigration near the end of the 90 day entry you have now for the non-b visa.

After you have the extension you will need to do reports of staying longer than 90 days in the country if you stay that long.

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16 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

1. It depends upon the bank you try to open an bank account at.

2/4. Not sure. That question is best asked on the Teaching in Thailand Forum .

3. After you get the work permit you will then need to apply for a extension of stay at immigration near the end of the 90 day entry you have now for the non-b visa.

After you have the extension you will need to do reports of staying longer than 90 days in the country if you stay that long.

So am I correct? After I have extension of stay, still have to go immigration every 90 days? Do at immigration what? Interview?

Also how long my visa will be after visa extension? I have 9 months contract with school?

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You can do the 90 day report in person, online or by mail. For the first report you will submit a completed TM47 form (TM47 Form Fillable.pdf) and get a receipt for it. After the first report at most immigration offices you will only need the receipt for your previous report to do it. No interview.

Your extension of stay (it is not a visa) may only be valid until your contract ends if not it will be for one year. It can depend upon the office you apply at.

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37 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

1. It depends upon the bank you try to open an bank account at.

2/4. Not sure. That question is best asked on the Teaching in Thailand Forum .

3. After you get the work permit you will then need to apply for a extension of stay at immigration near the end of the 90 day entry you have now for the non-b visa.

After you have the extension you will need to do reports of staying longer than 90 days in the country if you stay that long.

1, Kassikorn will accept

2, If you go to Kurusapa personally Address:

General Contact
Mailing Address :
Secretariat Office of the Teachers’ Council of Thailand
128/1 Nakhon-Ratchasima Road,
Dusit Sub-District, Dusit District
Bangkok 10300
Website : www.ksp.or.th

Teaching License
Registration and Licensing Bureau
Phone: +66(0) 2280 1728
Fax: +66(0) 2280 1728
Email: [email protected]

 

it is relatively short -prompt or 1-2 weeks max.

If you send by mail it can be whatever, but in both cases, you can work in the meantime.

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You need a Bachelor of Education degree or a teaching license  from your home country to get a teaching license in Thailand. If you have a degree in a different field you will get a teaching waiver.

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51 minutes ago, duanebigsby said:

You need a Bachelor of Education degree or a teaching license  from your home country to get a teaching license in Thailand. If you have a degree in a different field you will get a teaching waiver.

What does it mean actually teaching waiver? what's the difference between teaching license and teaching waiver?

 

R they want to see original bachelor's degree or copy enough for teaching license?

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17 minutes ago, sananeamk0715 said:

What does it mean actually teaching waiver? what's the difference between teaching license and teaching waiver?

 

The waiver is given if you do not qualify for a teaching license.

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42 minutes ago, sananeamk0715 said:

What does it mean actually teaching waiver? what's the difference between teaching license and teaching waiver?

 

R they want to see original bachelor's degree or copy enough for teaching license?

You can't get the teaching license unless you are licensed in your home country or have a Bachelor of Education degree. You are issued a waiver instead which is good for 2 years or change schools.

You will end up showing your original degree at some point.

 

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2 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

The waiver is given if you do not qualify for a teaching license.

Practically Kurusapa asks if you have BA degree or not. Waiver or permission covers the same permissions. The running time is also the same. Kurusapa is not in a position to decide if your grade is good enough to teach you English or not. That is TOEIC, even if it is one of the clumsiest ways to check someone's English knowledge. Surely no one will check you if you are able to teach or not. 

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4 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

The waiver is given if you do not qualify for a teaching license.

So if I get teaching waiver, can I apply work permit or teaching license? Or if I get teaching waiver there is no way to apply work permit or teaching license? 

 

55 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

A inflammatory post commenting about grammar has been removed.

I don't get it really. Why people like that. I'm not come from USA or any other native speaker country or I didn't say my English perfect etc. I already teaching to anuban which one is kindergarten . Use simple english. I feel like my English level enough for them. Already I took 750 points from TOEIC.

 

3 hours ago, duanebigsby said:

You can't get the teaching license unless you are licensed in your home country or have a Bachelor of Education degree. You are issued a waiver instead which is good for 2 years or change schools.

You will end up showing your original degree at some point.

 

"You are issued a waiver instead which is good for 2 years or change schools. " What do you mean about this? I'm sorry I don't get it.

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2 minutes ago, sananeamk0715 said:

So if I get teaching waiver, can i apply work permit or teaching license? Or if I get teaching waiver there is no way to apply work permit or teaching license?

 

I don't get it really. Why people like that. I'm not come from USA or any other native speaker country or I didn't say my English perfect etc.. I already teaching to anuban which one is kindergarden. Use simple english. I feel like my English level enough for them. Already I took 750 points from TOEIC.

 

"You are issued a waiver instead which is good for 2 years or change schools. " What do you mean about this? I'm sorry I don't get it.

It's simple.

 

You use a teaching license  OR a teaching waiver as part of your work permit application.

 

You can ONLY get a teaching license if you have a Bachelor of Education degree or a teaching license from your home country.

 

You get a teaching waiver (it waives the need for a teacher license) if you do not have BEd degree.

A waiver is good for 2 years if you stay at the same school.

Hope this is clearer.

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3 minutes ago, sananeamk0715 said:

So if I get teaching waiver, can i apply work permit or teaching license? Or if I get teaching waiver there is no way to apply work permit or teaching license?

You can apply for the work permit after getting the waiver of the license.

 

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