Entering and leaving for some countries requires a valid visa; a tourist visa, a student visa, or a working visa. Among all types of visas, the working visa is known to be one of the most challenging visas to apply for. For foreigners who wish to work in Thailand, it is also important that they have important documents such as a valid visa and work permits.
What is a SMART Visa (SMART Visa)? Is an arbitrator eligible to apply for one? People who clicked to explore this topic will probably want to know more, right? Well, we are here to answer this question, and the answer is “Yes”, because the Thailand Arbitration Center (THAC) is one of the government-affiliated agencies that is authorized to issue a certificate to support the application for a SMART Visa to highly skilled experts in the arbitration process.
Visa issues for foreign arbitrators who will be conducting arbitration in Thailand from time to time would not be much of a problem. However, in the event that they need to be dealing with customers or lawsuits on an extended basis or frequently have to travel in and out of the country on a regular basis, a “Smart Visa” would be another interesting option. If already issued with a standard visa, foreigners can upgrade to a Smart Visa.