Register your company in Thailand under Thai-US Treaty of Amity and enjoy the benefits of a 100% foreign ownership and more. Available to the US nationals only.
Registration of the company as a majority foreign entity.
Department of Business Development (DBD)
To obtain the certification letter, the applicant (the US director(s)/shareholder(s)) must first have their passport copy notarised at the US Embassy and then request for a certification letter. This letter issued by the US Commercial Services serves as validation of the company’s documents where all or majority of the shareholders and director(s) are either US or Thai nationals.
US Embassy in Thailand (or a notary public in the USA), US Commercial Services
The company certification letter, company documents and application forms signed by the director are submitted to the DBD for an approval by the Ministry of Commerce. This step is followed by an application for the Foreign Business License.
DBD, Ministry of Commerce
Securing visa and work permit for the foreign director and employees
Immigration & Labour Departments
Business activities not restricted under the Foreign Business Act require a capital investment of no less than 2 million THB. Activities that fall under protection of the Foreign Business Act will require a Foreign Business License and an investment of no less than 3 million THB for each business activity.
Treaty of Amity companies registered after 1999 are obliged to obtain a Foreign Business License and are thus required to have a starting capital of no less than 3M THB and no less than 25% of one-year average of the three-year operating expense forecast. However, under current regulations, newly established businesses have until 29th August 2024 to inject, bring or remit the required capital into Thailand.
Companies interested in being registered under the Thai-US Treaty of Amity have to take into consideration professional legal and government fees for registering a foreign entity and acquiring the Foreign Business License. Our company registration service is priced competitively and provides businesses with excellent value for money.
Thailand restricts American operations and investment only in the following business activities:
You will never have to touch a legal form (apart from signing it).