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Visa : Visa application for Iraqi and North Korean nationals

Iraq and North Korea

From 15 June 2019, visa applicants have to apply online. 

Click to follow easy step-by-step Guideline to Thailand e-visa

Click to watch VDO https://thaievisa.go.th/Images/sliders/e-visa.mp4

 
In order to access online visa application, please go to https://thaievisa.go.th/Home

Applicants are required to set up an account and submit visa applications, with supporting documents to be attached and payment to be made online through secured portal. Then, applicants have to book an appointment online to submit their passports and visa applications at the Embassy. Failure to attach supporting documents properly could result in rejection of your visa application.

You can submit your application along with supporting document below. After submission, your application will be sent off to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to be considered. This will take at least 4 weeks. You will be requested to come in person again if your visa has been approved. The visa will be granted and ready to be collected the next working day.  


According to the long process, please allow at least 2 months before travelling to Thailand. 

  • Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months and at least 2 blank pages. Applicants must fill in online visa application with their given name(s) and surname as appear in their passports.
  • Printout of visa application form submitted online with bar code 
  • Travel booking confirmation (This can be flight details shown departure date, flight number from UK-Thailand and Thailand-UK.) You must show all routes if there are stops in between. We will not consider your application if you do not have a return flight details. 
  • Proof of accommodation in Thailand e.g. accommodation bookings, invitation letters from family/friends in Thailand 
  • Letter from school/employer/self assessment
        - If you are working, you are required to submit a letter from your employer. The letter should have the headed paper of the Company stating your current position addressed to the Royal Thai Embassy, London to certified your working status.
        - If you are self employed, you should submit a copy of your self-assessment paper,a copy company registration document or any other type of document confirming your working status.
        - If you are student, you should submit the letter from the school / university addressed to the Royal Thai Embassy confirming your status.
  • Financial evidence e.g. bank statement in UK current account (3 months) with deposit of at least £500, with your name and address, or printed out with the authorisation by the bank, or proof of earnings, sponsorship letter
  • Confirmation of legal residence in the UK (residence card or Indefinite Leave to Remain to be proved with original)

Documents in foreign languages must be translated into English and the translation must be certified  by the relevant embassy in London.

Visa fee

Effective from 1 April 2019, the Embassy will increase visa fees in correspondence to the changes in currency exchange rate. Click here for the new fees.

For your convenience of services, please kindly check the Embassy's working hours and official holidays here.