A single-entry or multiple-entry visa can be applied. Each entry>> Download this information in English l French l Dutch
1 . Biodata page of Passport or Travel Document
2 . Photograph *taken within the last six months. If the photograph does not reflect your current appearance you may be refused to enter the Kingdom of Thailand
3 . Declaration ( Download here)
4 . Financial evidence, e.g. bank statements, proof of earnings, proof of sponsorship from a third party
5 . Personal details of a family in Thailand, e.g. ID card, Passport and the visa page or stay permit in Thailand
6 . Proof of accommodation in Thailand, e.g. Accommodation bookings, invitation letters from family/friends in Thailand
7 . Proof of relationship to a family in Thailand, e.g. A copy of marriage certificate / child’s birth certificate / certificate of adoption *** Same-sex marriage and legal cohabitation/ registered partnership have not yet beent recognised under the Thai law, thereby ineligibility to apply for this type.
8 . Residence permit in a country in which visa application is submitted (In case that applicant is not a national of the country in which visa application is submitted.)
9 . ( In case of marriage) The letter from your spouse indicated that you both are still married and he/she acknowledges of your visit.
10 . Health Insurance Policy covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000
11 . Applicant is required to upload his/her passport pages which contain all travel records for the past 12 months (1 year) since the last international trip.
12 . Applicant must apply for E-visa via specific Embassy/Consulate conforming with his/her consular jurisdiction and residency. Applicant is required to upload document that can verify his/her current residency.
13 . Please upload your picture holding the photo and information page of the passport.
* Please note that you can enter several times in Thailand with the non-immigrant “O” Visa with multiple entries with proof of frequent travel to Thailand.
However, you are only allowed to stay 90 days maximum for each entry and need to leave Thailand in case of possessing a multiple-entry visa.
Those in possession of a single entry can request an extension at the Immigration office in Thailand which allow the extension of stay for no more than 1 year for each extension.
The Consul may ask for more documents if deemed necessary