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VISA

  • Types of Visa & Required Documents
    Types of Visa & Required Documents
    TYPES OF VISA 1. Transit Visa 2. Tourist Visa 3. Non-Immigrant Visa 4. Diplomatic Visa 5. Official Visa 6. Courtesy Visa
    1. TRANSIT VISA
    1.1 VISA ISSUANCE This type of visa is issued to applicants who wish to enter the Kingdom for the following purposes: - To travel in transit through the Kingdom in order to proceed to the country of destination or to re-enter his/her own country. In addition, a passenger that has a flight stopping in Thailand for more than 12 hours is required a Transit Visa. - To participate in sports activities. (sportsmen, sportswomen, etc.)* - The person in charge or crew of a conveyance coming to a port, station or area in the Kingdom. * Those who are scheduled to stay in the Kingdom longer than 30 days, Non-Immigrant Visa category can be issued to them.
    1.2 REQUIRED DOCUMENTS - Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months. - Previous Passports. - TWO Visa application form completely filled out. - TWO Recent (4 x 6 cm.) photograph of the applicant. - Personal covering letter, mentioning: name, passport number, purpose of visit, date of travel, and other important information. - Letter from the organization own by/employing the applicant, mentioning; the relation of the applicant to the organization, no objection for the applicant’s travel, date of leave that the applicant took, and other important information. - (Excluding governmental or international organization) The organization’s registration paper. - (Family/Group) Certified official documents showing relationship of applicants such as marriage certificate and family certificate. - A copy of applicant’s CNIC card - A copy of applicant’s passport, only for the page with information of passport holder and signature. - A copy of applicant’s passport, for the page with visa. - A copy of a visa that is the destination country. - Confirmed and non-refundable air ticket showing all destinations. - (If staying in Thailand) Documents relating to accommodation. - (If staying in Thailand) Applicant’s original bank statement covering at least half year, and a certified covering letter from the bank. (Rs. 200,000 per person) - Visa of a third country in a passport or travel document - Documents showing the trust worthy of the applicant. - (Sport Activities) Invitation letter from Thailand, mentioning: the name of the inviter, the name and passport number of the invited, purpose of visit, purpose of the event, contact information, and other important information. - (Sport Activities) Documents verifying the inviter. - Other relevant supporting documents. ** Consular officers reserve the rights to request additional documents as deemed necessary
    1.3 VISA FEE (Visa fee may be changed without prior notice) Rs. 3,000 per entry (as from 22 April 2019 the fee is 4,000.)
    1.4 VALIDITY OF A VISA The validity of a visa is 90 days.
    1.5 PERIOD OF STAY Travelers coming to Thailand with this type of visa will be permitted to stay in the Kingdom for a period not exceeding 30 days.
    2. TOURIST VISA
    2.1 VISA ISSUANCE This type of visa is issued to applicants who wish to enter the Kingdom for tourism purposes.
    2.2 REQUIRED DOCUMENTS - Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months. - Previous Passports. - TWO Visa application form completely filled out. - TWO Recent (4 x 6 cm.) photograph of the applicant. - Personal covering letter, mentioning: name, passport number, purpose of visit, date of travel, and other important information. - Letter from the organization own by/employing the applicant, mentioning; the relation of the applicant to the organization, no objection for the applicant’s travel, date of leave that the applicant took, and other important information. - (Excluding governmental or international organization) The organization’s registration paper. - (Family/Group) Certified official documents showing relationship of applicants such as marriage certificate and family certificate. - A copy of applicant’s CNIC card - A copy of applicant’s passport, only for the page with information of passport holder and signature. - A copy of applicant’s passport, for the page with visa. - Confirmed and non-refundable air ticket showing all destinations. - Documents relating to accommodation. - Applicant’s original bank statement covering at least half year, and a certified covering letter from the bank. (Rs. 200,000 per person) - Documents showing the trust worthy of the applicant. - Other relevant supporting documents. ** Consular officers reserve the rights to request additional documents as deemed necessary
    2.3 VISA FEE (Visa fee may be changed without prior notice)
    - Rs. 4,000 - Single Entry (as from 22 April 2019 the fee is 5,000)
    - Rs. 20,000 - Multiple Entry (as from 22 April 2019 the fee is 25,000)
    2.4 VALIDITY OF A VISA - Single Entry - The validity of the visa is 3 months. - Multiple Entry - The validity of the visa is 6 months.
    2.5 PERIOD OF STAY Upon arrival, travelers with this type of visa (both Single/Multiple Entry) will be permitted to stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 60 days.
    3. NON-IMMIGRANT VISA
    3.1 VISA ISSUANCE This type of visa is issued to applicants who wish to enter the Kingdom for the following purposes: - To conduct business / to work for a private company. - To study, to come on a work study tour or observation tour, to participate in projects or seminars, to attend a conference or training course. - To be a family member of a Thai national or foreign worker staying in Thailand. - To receive medical treatment (not exceeding 60 days) - Other activities as follows: to perform/work duties for the state enterprise or social welfare organizations, to work as private servant for an official from Diplomatic Mission or International Organization, to stay after retirement for the elderly, to be a sport coach as required by Thai Government, to be a contestant or witness for the judicial process, to receive medical treatment (not exceeding 90 days).
    3.2 REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
    3.2.1 Basic Requirements. - Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months. - Previous Passports. - TWO Visa application form completely filled out. - TWO Recent (4 x 6 cm.) photograph of the applicant. - Personal covering letter, mentioning: name, passport number, purpose of visit, date of travel, and other important information. - Letter from the organization own by/employing the applicant, mentioning; the relation of the applicant to the organization, no objection for the applicant’s travel, date of leave that the applicant took, and other important information. - (Excluding governmental or international organization) The organization’s registration paper. - (Family/Group) Certified official documents showing relationship of applicants such as marriage certificate and family certificate. - A copy of applicant’s CNIC card - A copy of applicant’s passport, only for the page with information of passport holder and signature. - A copy of applicant’s passport, for the page with visa. - Confirmed and non-refundable air ticket showing all destinations. - Documents relating to accommodation. - Applicant’s original bank statement covering at least half year, and a certified covering letter from the bank. (Rs. 200,000 per person) - Documents showing the trust worthy of the applicant. The applicants must submit the following relevant documents depending on the purpose of their visit.
    3.2.2 To conduct business (the applicant also must complete Basic Requirements) - Invitation letter from Thai company, mentioning: name of the Thai company, name and passport number of the invited, the purpose of the invitation, date of the business meeting, and other important information. - (Excluding governmental or international organization) The organization’s registration paper. - Document showing correspondence with trading partners in Thailand. - Thai company’s registration confirmation paper, issued by Department of Business Development (DBD). The date of issue must not exceed 1 year. - Thai company’s registration paper. - Copy of Thai company’s financial balance in recent year - Other relevant supporting documents.
    3.2.3 To work (the applicant also must complete Basic Requirements) - Invitation letter from Thai company, mentioning: name of the Thai company, name and passport number of the invited, the purpose of the invitation, date of the business meeting, and other important information. - (Excluding governmental or international organization) The organization’s registration paper. - Employment contract indicating rationale for employing the applicant as well as his/her salary, position and qualifications (document must be signed by authorized managing director and affixed the seal of the company) ("B") - Letter of approval from the Ministry of Labor (To obtain this letter, the prospective employer in Thailand is required to submit Form WP3 at the Office of Foreign Workers Administration, Department of Employment, Ministry of Labor or at a Provincial Employment Office in the respective province. - Copy of Work Permit issued by the Ministry of Labor (only in case the applicant has previously worked in the Kingdom) - Thai company’s registration confirmation paper, issued by Department of Business Development (DBD). The date of issue must not exceed 1 year. - Thai company’s registration paper. - Copy of Thai company’s financial balance in recent year. - Copy of corporate documents; namely 1) list of shareholders 2) business registration and business license 3) company profile 4) details of business operation 5) list of foreign workers stating names, nationalities and positions 6) map indicating the location of the company 7) Balance sheet, statement of Income Tax and Business Tax - Other relevant supporting documents.
    3.2.4 To study (the applicant also must complete Basic Requirements) - Letter of acceptance from the concerned schools/universities or institutes. - Letter from Thai Government verifying the educational institution in Thailand. - Certificate of Marriage or its equivalents ("O") - Letter from Thailand's Board of Investment. ("IB")
    3.2.5 To be a family member of a Thai national or foreign worker staying in Thailand (the applicant also must complete Basic Requirements) - Invitation letter from a Thai national/ foreigner worker that is related to the applicant, mentioning: the inviter’s name, Thai national ID card number, purpose of inviting the applicant, contact information, and other important information. - Copy of Thai national’s ID card/ foreign worker’s ID card and passport. - Certified official documents showing relationship of the Thai national/ foreign worker and the applicant. - Copy of household registration/ accommodation of the Thai national/ foreign worker - Copy of bank statement of the Thai national/ foreign worker. - Letter from the organization own by/employing the Thai national/ foreign worker, mentioning: the relation of the Thai national/ foreign worker to the organization: the relationship of the Thai national/ foreign worker to the applicant, the request for visa, and other important information.
    3.2.6 To receive medical treatment (the applicant also must complete Basic Requirements) - Medical condition and treatment record from a local hospital. - Invitation letter from a hospital in Thailand, mentioning: name and passport number of the applicant, the purpose of visit, contact information, and other important information. Remarks (1) The document to be submitted for non-immigrant visa application is contingent upon necessities and appropriateness of purposes stated in the application form. (2) Consular officers reserve the rights to request additional documents as deemed necessary. (3) Copies of company documents must be signed by Board of Directors and affixed the seal of the company. (4) In the absence of a required document, a letter explaining the unavailability of such document must be provided. (5) The applicant must sign on each page of the copy. (6) Documents in foreign languages must be translated into Thai. If translated into English, it should be notarized by notary organs or the applicant’s diplomatic/ consular mission.
    3.3 VISA FEE (Visa fee may be changed without prior notice)
    - Rs. 8,000 for Single Entry (as from 22 April 2019 the fee is 12,000)
    - Rs. 20,000 for 1-year Multiple Entry (as from 22 April 2019 the fee is 25,000)
    - Rs. 40,000 for 3-year Multiple Entry (as from 22 April 2019 the fee is 50,000)
    3.4 VALIDITY OF A VISA Single-entry and multiple-entry visas are valid for 90 days. Multiple-entry visas could also be valid for one or three year.
    3.5 PERIOD OF STAY The holders of this type of visa are initially granted a period of stay in the Kingdom not exceeding 90 days unless otherwise instructed by the Office of Immigration Bureau.
    4. DIPLOMATIC / OFFICIAL VISA - Upon official request, Thai Embassies and Consulates-General may grant visas to diplomatic or official passport-holders who wish to assume duties at a foreign Diplomatic Mission or Consulate or International Organization in the Kingdom and to their family members. - Supporting documents are Note Verbal and/or documents issued by the foreign government or international organization, certifying the identity of the person concerned and his/her purposes while residing in the Kingdom.
    5. COURTESY VISA - Upon official request, Thai Embassies and Consulates-General may grant courtesy visas to diplomatic/official/ordinary passport-holders who wish to enter the Kingdom on official duty and/or other purposes. - Supporting documents are documents issued by the governmental agency, foreign government or international organization, certifying the identity of the person concerned and his/her purposes while visiting the Kingdom.
  • General information
    General information
    As a general rule, any foreigner seeking entry into the Kingdom of Thailand for business, investment, study, medical treatment, mass media, religion, employment and other purposes is required to apply for a visa from a Thai Embassy or Consulate-General. To do so, a foreigner must possess a valid passport or travel document that is recognized by the Royal Thai Government and comply with the conditions set forth in the Immigration Act B.E.2522 (1979) and its related provisions.
    Foreigners who fall into any of the following categories are prohibited to enter the Kingdom.
    (1) Having no genuine and valid passport or document used in lieu of passport; or having a genuine and valid passport or document used in lieu of passport without issuing visa by the Royal Thai Embassies or Consulates in foreign countries; or from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, except if a visa is not required for certain types of aliens in special instances.
    Issuing visa and visa exemption will be under the terms and conditions as provided in the Ministerial Regulations.
    (2) Having no appropriate means of living following entrance into the Kingdom.
    (3) Having entered into the Kingdom to take occupation as a labourer, or to take employment by using physical energy without skills or training , or to work in violation of the Alien Work Permit Law.
    (4) Being mentally unstable or having any of the diseases as prescribed in the Ministerial Regulations.
    (5) Having not yet been vaccinated against smallpox or inoculated or undergone any other medical treatment for protection against disease and having refused to have such vaccinations administered by the Immigration Doctor.
    (6) Having been imprisoned by the judgement of the Thai Court; or by a lawful injunction; or by the judgement of the Court of foreign country, except when the penalty is for petty offense or negligence or is provided for as an exception in the Ministerial Regulations.
    (7) Having behavior which would indicate possible danger to the Public or likelihood of being nuisance or constituting any violence to the peace or safety of the public or to the security of the public or to the security of the nation, or being under warrant of arrest by competent officials of foreign governments.
    (8) Reason to believe that entrance into the Kingdom was for the purpose of being involved in prostitution, the trading of women of children, drug smuggling, or other types of smuggling which are contrary to the public morality.
    (9) Having no money or bond as prescribed by the Minister under Section 14 of the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 .
    (10) Being a person prohibited by the Minister under Section 16 of the Immigration Act B.E. 2522.
    (11) Being deported by either the Government of Thailand that of or other foreign countries; or the right of stay in the Kingdom or in foreign countries having been revoked; or having been sent out of the Kingdom by competent officials at the expense of the Government of Thailand unless the Minister shall consider exemption on an individual special case basis.
    The examination and diagnosis of disease of a physical or mental nature, including protective operations as against disease, shall be conducted by the Immigration Doctor.