Flexible Plus Programme

Flexible Plus Programme

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to announce that the Thailand Privilege Card has launched the Flexible Plus Programme, which is positioned at affluent foreign investors and aims to help stimulate the recovery of the Thai economy.


The Royal Thai Government Gazette has published the announcement by the Ministry of Interior on Flexible Plus Programme, which permits Thailand Privilege Cardholders to be granted a work permit under the Flexible Plus Programme. The Programme has been established in order to encourage foreign investment and to revive Thailand’s economic downturn caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.


Flexible Plus Programme
TAT is seeking affluent foreign investors to help stimulate the Thai economy.


Yuthasak Supasorn, TAT Governor and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Thailand Privilege Card, said that as of the Cabinet resolution on 19th October, 2021, the investment principle on the Flexible Plus Programme has been granted approval. The Programme offers privileges for Thailand Privilege Cardholders to work under the terms and conditions, thus aiming to urge foreign investors to invest in Thailand.


“With interesting economic growth and a good investment atmosphere with high liquidity as well as convenient lifestyle and charming culture, Thailand is an attractive destination for investors to invest. The Flexible Plus Programme is enabling motivation and investment privileges for Thailand Privilege Card membership. With additional premium lifestyle privileges, the Programme helps stimulate foreign investment to Thailand.” Yuthasak said.


The Flexible Plus Programme is available to Thailand Privilege Cardholders with a membership validity of at least 10 years or more, and the value of the membership fee must be more than Bt1 million.


Flexible Plus Programme
Property is one of the three investment channels.


The three types of card programmes that are eligible for the Flexible Plus Programme are: Elite Ultimate Privilege (EUP), Elite Superiority Extension (ESE), and Elite Privilege Access (EPA).


For existing members to apply for the Programme, their membership must be valid for at least 5 years or more.


In addition, members must invest at least US$1 million within a one-year timespan after registration or approval of their membership. The three type of investments are: real estate, Company Limited or Public Company Limited, and stock in the Stock Exchange of Thailand (other enterprises authorised by the Securities and Exchange Commission).


The Flexible Plus Programme is valid for 5 years and for members to maintain their flexible plus status, they must present proof of investment annually.


Chandhaluk Heesawat, President, Thailand Privilege Card Company Limited, said, “The Thailand Privilege Card has over 16,000 members and continues to grow. The privileges for the Flexible Plus Programme members include a change in the visa type status from Privilege Entry (PE) visa to a Non-Immigrant (B) visa, which will allow cardholders to apply for a work permit. The Programme also allows legal spouses and children younger than 20 years of age (maximum 3 children) to change their visa type to a Non-Immigrant visa.”


Flexible Plus Programme
We want you: Wealthy foreigners are most welcome.


To maintain their status, Thailand Privilege Card participants are required to report themselves and provide investment documents to the Thailand Privilege Card Company Limited every year for five consecutive years starting from the beginning of investment.


The Flexible Plus Programme is being introduced through the offices of TAT and other Thai overseas government agencies in target markets around the world. Online marketing programmes and 27 sales agencies are handling the promotion in the USA and Asian nations that include China, Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong.


The launch of the Flexible Plus Programme in European countries is planned for later in 2022.


TAT’s Yuthasak concluded, “The Flexible Plus Programme is aimed at attracting foreign investors with high-purchasing power to Thailand and to help boost the economy in compliance with the government’s post-Covid economic recovery measures. In addition to the direct benefits, foreign investors and family members residing in Thailand can generate indirect benefits from their spending on tourism, accommodation, food and beverage, high-end products and services, plus more.”


For more information, call Thailand Elite at +66 (0) 2353 – 3000 or email: membershipservice@thailandelite.com.


Source: Tourism Authority of Thailand.

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