The Thai Ministry of Labour has opened one stop service (OSS) centres across the country to process the documents of migrant workers (Source: thainews.prd.go.th)

Bangkok (NNT/VNA) - The Thai Ministry of Labour has opened one stop service (OSS) centres across the country to process the documents of migrant workers. 

In Bangkok, OSS centers opened their doors at the Ministry of Labour, Tang Hua Seng Department Store, Sirindhorn Hospital and Holland Park. 

Currently, there are 158,011 migrant workers in Bangkok. Of this figure, 120,692 have already had their nationalities verified while 37,319 others will now follow suit. 

Those that have already completed the nationality verification process and received a health checkup, now have until the end of May to obtain work permits at the OSS centres. 

Migrant workers whose nationalities and medical condition have not yet been checked, have until the end of June to go through all procedures. 

Each OSS centre can process up to 1,000 workers per day. Alien workers outside Bangkok are expected to meet the same deadline. 

Meanwhile, Labour Minister Pol Gen Adul Saengsingkaew has asked OSS centre officers to assist migrant workers throughout the process.-VNA