Visa for Thailand


 

Visa Information for Thailand


 


If you are a national and passport holder of one of the following countries you do not need a visa for a stay of maximum 30 days when you enter the country by air.
 
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Bahrain
Brunei
Canada
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hong Kong
Hungary
Iceland
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Kuwait
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Laos
Macau
Malaysia
Monaco
Mongolia
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Oman
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Russia
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Vietnam
 
If you are a national and passport holder of one of the following countries you do not need a visa for a stay of maximum 90 days.
Argentina
Brazil
Chile South Korea Peru
Visa on Arrival
 
If you are a national and passport holder of one of the following countries you you can obtain a visa on arrival for a stay of maximum 15 days.
 
Andorra
Bhutan
Bulgaria
China
Cyprus
Ethiopia
India
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Maldives
Malta
Mauritius
Romania
San Marino
Saudi Arabia
Taiwan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
 
Visa requirements and visa application procedures are subject to change. Before you travel to Thailand always contact the Embassy of Thailand or visit this official government website.
 
Travel Insurance, Onward ticket and proof of funds
 
All visitors to Thailand may be subject to show proof of funds to cover travel expenses, proof of a valid travel insurance and an onward ticket out of the country.

Longer stays

For longer stays you need  to contact the Embassy of Thailand or Consulate for your visa application.

Extensive Visa Information

More information on visas and visa application procedures for Thailand you can find on this official government website or on the extensive visa information page of Thailand on Wikipedia.


General Visa Information – Not country specific
 
Types of Visa
Every country in the world has different categories of visas and with various different names. The most common names and types of visas include:
 
Transit visa - This is a visa for the purpose of passing through a country to a destination outside that country. Validity is usually limited by short.
 
Short-stay visa - A visa for the purpose of short visits or holiday to the host country. There can be different sub catagories such as:

- Private visa, for a private visits by means of an invitation from residents of the country.
- Tourist visa, for the purpose of holiday and leisure travel.
- Medical Visa, for the purpose of medical reasons such as treatment in a hospital in the host country.
- Business visa, for the purpose of engaging in business in the host country.
 
Long-stay visa - A visa for the purpose longer stays in a country but still finite stays. There can be different sub catagories such as:
 
- Student visa, for the purpose of study in the issuing country.
- Temporary worker visa, for the purpose of approved employment in the issuing country.
- Journalist visa, for the purpose of the occupation of journalist.
- Residence visa, for the purpose of obtaining long-term residence in the issuing country.
- Immigrant visa, for the purpose of immigration to the issuing.
- Spousal visa or partner visa, issued to the spouse, partner or de facto partner of a resident or citizen of the issuing country, to be able to settle as a couple.
- Marriage visa, for the purpose of intended marriage or civil partnership in the issuing country.
- Pensioner or Retirement visa, for the purpose of retiering in the issuing country.
 
Official visa - This is a visa given too officials doing a job for their government or representing their home countrie in the issuing country. This can be personnel of diplomatic missions.
 
- Diplomatic visa for holders of diplomatic passports.

Visa - Entry and duration period
 
Visas can be for multiple entries into the host country or for a single-entry.
 
Single Entry Visa - means the visa is for a single entry and canceled as soon you leaves the said country
 
Double-entry, or multiple-entry Visa’s which permits you double or multiple entries into the host country or territory with the same visa.
 
Some countries sometimes also issue re-entry permits. A re-entry permit allows you to temporarily leave the country without invalidating your current visa.
 
In most cases a business visa will normally not allow you to engage in working in the host country without an additional obtained work permit.
 
For some countries, the authorized period of stay of a visa is not the same as the validity of the visa.
For example, when a visa has been issued to start at April 1 and to expire on July 1, and the authorized period of stay is 90 days, then the 90-day authorized stay begins when you enter the country (the entrance must be between April 1 and July 1). Thus, the latest day you could stay in the country is maximum 90 days from the date you entered the country within the validity period of April 1 to July 1. So if you enter the country on May 1 you can not stay the maximum authorized 90 days since you have to leave the country on July 1.
 
Even when you have a visa, this does not guarantee you that you may entry the host country. The immigration at the border crossing will make the final determination to allow you to enter or not. They can even cancel your visa at the border if you ar not able to demonstrate to their satisfaction that you will abide by the status the visa granted to you.

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