HOW TO APPLY FOR A THAI VISA (ONLINE)

NOTE: Nationals of certain countries are required to apply for a visa only at the Royal Thai Embassy or the Royal Consulate-General in their country of residence or at the designated Thai Embassy/ Consulate General. Therefore, travelers are advised to contact the nearest Thai Embassy or Consulate General to find out if they are eligible to lodge the application. Information on location and contact number of Thai Embassies an Consulates-General is available at http://www.thaiembassy.org/main/

1. Create an Account

Create an Account on Thai e-visa official website Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand website: https://www.thaievisa.go.th

2. Fill in Application Form Create an Account

Choose your visa type in accordance with your purpose of visit and prepare for required document. Fill and upload your applicant information in 3 section.

3. Appointment & Payment

Click on "Proceed to Payment" button for appointment date and time with consulate and payment. Book appointment date and time for collect biometrics.

4. Wait for Visa to be Processed.

The application and supporting documents will be checked. In case of the applicant fail to submit all the require documents, the application may be rejected without refunding the visa progressing fee.

5. Collect Visa at Embassy/Consulate

Collect your visa on the appointment date


NOTICE

According to the Immigration Act of Thailand B.E. 2522 (1979), foreigners who fall into any of the following categories are prohibited to enter Thailand:

(1) Having no genuine valid passport or document used in lieu of passport; or having a genuine valid passport or document used in lieu of passport without valid visa issuance by the Royal Thai Embassies, the Royal Thai Consulates-General or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with exception of those who meet visa exemption requirements. The terms and conditions of visa issuance and visa exemption are prescribed by the Ministerial Regulations.

(2) Having no appropriate means of living following entry into the Kingdom.

(3) Having entered the Kingdom to be employed as an unskilled or untrained labourer, or to work in violation of the Alien Work Permit Law.

(4) Being mentally unstable or having any of the diseases stated 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 judgment of the Thai Court; or by lawful injunction or judgment of the Court of a foreign country, except for when the penalty is for a petty offence, or negligence, or is provided for as an exception by the Ministerial Regulations.

(7) Having behavior which could cause possible danger to the public; or having the likelihood of being a nuisance or constituting any violence to the peace, safety and 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 entry into Kingdom is for the purpose of being involved in prostitution, the trafficking of women or children, drug smuggling, or other types of smuggling which are against public morality.

(9) Having no money or bond as prescribed by the Minister under Section 14 of the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979).

(10) Being a person prohibited by the Minister under Section 16 of the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979).

(11) Being deported by either the Government of Thailand or that of other foreign countries; or having been revoked the right of stay in the Kingdom or in foreign countries; or having been expelled from the Kingdom by competent officials at the expense of the Government of Thailand unless exemption is provided by the Minister on an individual basis.