Guide: Native English Speaker (NES) Status or Fluency in English

Native English Speaker (NES) Status or Fluency in English

The Thai government recognizes “native speakers” as those who hold passports from the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

If you hold a passport from any other country, you may need to prove your fluency in English. If you are at least a B1 level speaker (as per CEF guidelines) you can legally teach in Thailand. As such, a valid TOEIC score of 600+ or an IELTS score of 5.5+ may be required by employers and/or officials.

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