|Apply Thailand Tourist Visa Application Online.|
|Type of Visa||Visa Category||No. of Entry||Visa Validity||Stay Validity||Processing Time||Visa Fee|
|15 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Single Entry||15 Days||15 Days||5 - 7 Days||50.0USD|
Thailand is probably the first foreign place many travelers visit owing to its reputation as being extremely tourist friendly. A typical Thailand trip consists of Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya and Phi-Phi islands. Its capital, Bangkok, albeit crowded has many monuments and places to party while Pattaya has the famous Alcazar cabaret show for which people from all over the world visit Thailand. Pattaya is known for its amazing food and children can enjoy its wonderful ‘Ripley’s museum’.Phuket is a place where you can relax and forget all your worries of life as you indulge in numerous water sports like sky diving, underwater sea walk. Phi-Phi islands are perhaps the most photogenic place of Thailand and you are bound to take zillions of pictures of the beautiful scenery. Getting a visa for Thailand is not that difficult and you can go for an e-visa, visa on arrival or get it from their diplomatic mission although the former is the easiest and fastest way to go about the process.
|Citizens of the following countries can get Thailand e-visa.|
|Mauritius||Romania||San Marino||Saudi Arabia||Taiwan||Ukraine|
|Mostly Visited Countries to Thailand.|
|Thailand visa for China||Thailand visa for India||Thailand visa for Taiwan|
|Thailand visa for Andorra||Thailand visa for Bhutan||Thailand visa for Romania|
Thai tourist visa is issued to applicants who wish to enter the Kingdom for tourism purposes.
This type of visa is issued to applicants who wish to enter the Kingdom to travel in transit through the Kingdom in order to proceed to the country of destination or to re-enter his/her own country or to participate in sports activities.
You need to obtain a non-immigrant visa before entering the Kingdom. You may apply for such a visa at the Royal Thai Embassy in London. Basic documents include a recommendation letter from your company verifying your status and the assignment. You will also need documents certifying that you are legally employed in Britain and confirming that you will be able to re-enter Britain without any problems.
Minors who have their own passport must submit an individual e-visa on arrival application. Minors who are included in their parent’s passport do not need to apply for an e-visa for Thailand. When completing the visa application, the parent can add the minor as long as they are included in their passport. The parent will be required to provide information about the minor during the application process.
Yes. All applicants, including children and infants, must have a visa to enter Thailand.
You need to apply for a change of visa status and apply for a work permit. You are therefore recommended to consult with the Immigration Office and the Department of Employment accordingly.
This electronic pre-registration service is only available for travelers entering via Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang Airport, Phuket Airport, and Chiang Mai Airport.
For travelers flying into another airport, you will have to obtain your VOA at that airport upon arrival.
Although it is possible to apply as a family, each application is analyzed separately. If your E-VOA was rejected, you can reapply for an E-VOA or apply for the regular visa (but the rest of your family can travel with the E-VOA).
Passports with only one name and no surname or with only a surname and no name should mention the name or surname in both name and surname field. For eg in your passport, your name is Mahesh with no surname then the applicant will mention Mahesh in both name and surname field.
No, only your application will be on pause till additional documents are not received. The family applications will be processed.
If you do not have a plane ticket to show that you will leave Thailand within 15 days per entry, you may be denied entry.
You may apply for an extension of stay at any Immigration Office in Thailand where you may be permitted to stay for another 30 days. You must do so before your stay permits expire, otherwise, you will be fined 500 Baht for each day you overstay in Thailand.
First, you need to go to a police station for a report of the loss. Then you need to go to your Embassy in Bangkok for issuance of a new passport or temporary travel document. Finally, you need to bring the new passport or travel document to the Immigration Office for an endorsement.
There would be two options on how you could stay in Thailand for 32 days. First, we recommend that you should apply for a tourist visa from Tourist Visa Online. Then you will be allowed to stay in Thailand up to 60 days once the tourist visa is issued. Otherwise, you may apply for an extension from your initial 30-day stamp to 7 days or pay overstay fee of 500 THB per day at the immigration checkpoint. If you are caught while on overstay you will be deported from Thailand.
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