Certificate of honour

On 11 March 2016, Ajarn Tiew joined Khun Banleng and her team when they were recognised with a certificate of honour during a presentation by Pol. Lt. Gen Nathathorn Prousonntorn at Chiangmai Grandview Hotel.

Khun Banleng works tirelessly year-round to ensure that everyone has the correct documentation for visas and work permits and so it is fitting that she should lead her team to be recognised amongst other international schools, consulates, hotels and companies in Chiang Mai and its surrounding provinces. The certificate was in the category "Coordination and Advocacy Award."

We congratulate Khun Banleng and her staff Khun Golf and Khun Nueng, who work quietly behind scenes and wish them continued success working with the immigration department.


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