1. Passport or travel document with a validity of not less than 6 months
  2. 3 copies of passport
  3. 3 copies of completed application form
  4. 3 recent passport-sized photograph (4 x 6 cm) photograph of the applicant taken within the past 6 months
  5. 3 copies of evidence of travel to Thailand e.g. air ticket    ***IMPORTANT NOTE: In case your visa application isapproved later than your flight schedule, please bring us your latest flight schedule when you come to pick up the visa.
  6. 3 copies of evidence of financial flow and adequate finance at least 800 USD over the past 6 months.
  7. 3 copies of accommodation reservation in Thailand
  8. 3 copies of letter of invitation from the employing company in Thailand, indicating job position, salary, periods with specified dates of employment + 2 copies
  9. 3 copies of letter of approval from the Ministry of Labour.  To obtain this letter, the applicant’s prospective employer in Thailand is required to submit Form WP3 at the Office of Foreign Workers Administration, Department of Employment, Ministry of Labour Tel. +662-245-2745, or at the Provincial Employment Office in his or her respective province. More information is available at
  10. 3 copies of Evidence showing applicant’s education level and work experience
  11. 3 copies of Thai visas and other major countries in the past (if any)
  12. Copy of residence permit in Turkey (if any)

Visa Validity and Fee

No. Of Entry

Period of Stay

Visa Fee

Single Entry

90 days

80 USD

Visa Processing Time

1 – 2 month



  1. The applicant need to submit the visa application in person only at the Royal Thai Embassy, Ankara. The Embassy does not accept online application.
  2. After the application submission, the applicant can get his/her passport back. The Royal Thai Embassy will inform him/her by email when the visa is approved. Then the applicant needs to contact DHL to send his/her passport to the Embassy and collect it back to him/her when it is ready.
  3. For Submitted Documents:
  1. In the absence of a required document, applicant must provide a letter explaining the unavailability of such document.
  2. Applicant must endorse on each and every page of the submitted copies of documentation.
  3. Copies of company documents must be signed by the Board of Directors or authorised managing director and affix seal of companyDocuments in foreign languages must be translated into Thai and should be notorised by notary organs or by the applicant’s diplomatic or consular mission
  4. An alien who receives a Non-Immigrant visa can work in Thailand once he or she is being granted a work permit. An alien in violation of the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979) concerning taking up employment without work permit or the Royal Decree B.E. 2522 (1979) concerning holding employment in certain restricted occupations and professions shall be prosecuted and imprisoned or fined, or shall face both penalties.



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