General Information

General Information

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General Information

 

  • Your passport must be valid with at least 6 months by the date of arrival to Thailand.
  • In the Republic of  Kazakhstan applicants can obtain visa to enter Thailand only from Royal Thai Embassy in Nur-Sultan.
  • Alternatively, Kazakhstan Nationals may apply for visa upon arrival in Thailand. Travellers with this type of visa re permitted to enter and stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 15 days only.
  • Nationals of countries which are aligible for the tourist visa exemption can stay in Thailand without a visa up to 30 days (when you arrive by airplane), if they have a proof of departure from Thailand within 30 days. BUT if they enter Thailand at the immigration checkpoints which border neighboring counties (by land or sea), you will be allowed to stay for 15 days each time only
  • Please download Visa application form here.

 

1. Generally, a foreign citizen who wishes to enter the Kingdom of Thailand is required to obtain a visa from a Royal Thai Embassy or Royal Thai Consulate-General. However, nationals of certain countries do not require a visa if they meet visa exemption requirements as follow:

             1.1 They are nationals of countries which are exempted from visa requirements when entering Thailand for tourism purposes. Such nationals will be permitted to stay in the Kingdom for a period of not exceeding 30 days.

             1.2 They are nationals of countries which hold bilateral agreements with Thailand on the exemption of visa requirements. Below is the List of Countries which have concluded Agreements with Thailand on the Exemption of Visa Requirement.

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2. Nationals of certain countries may apply for visa upon arrival in Thailand. Travellers with this type of visa re permitted to enter and stay in Thailand for a period of not exceeding 15 days ONLY. For more information, please see Visa on Arrival

Note:

  • All types of visa application should be submitted in person or by authorized representative.
  • Application for Non-Immigrant visa (O-A) and Tourist visa for certain countries must be submitted at the Royal Thai Embassy only in person.
  • The Embassy does not provides copying service.

VALIDITY OF VISA & PERIOD OF STAY

Please note that a visa means “a permit to enter” not “a permit to stay” and the validity of a visa is not the duration of stay in Thailand. Visa validity is the period during which a visa can be used to enter Thailand. In general, the validity of a visa is 3 months, but in some cases may be valid for 6 months to 1 year. 

The period of stay is granted by an immigration officer upon arrival at the port of entry in accordance with the type of visa. It is displayed on the arrival stamp which shows the entry date and the last date of permission to stay. Please look at the stamp right away to avoid overstay problems which may result in a fine in which case, the Embassy is not accountable for.

Royal Thai Embassies and Royal Thai Consulates - General have the authority to issue visas to foreigners to travel to Thailand. The authority to permit entry and stay in Thailand, however, is with the immigration officers. In some cases, the immigration officer may not permit foreigner holding a valid visa entry into Thailand should the immigration officer find reason to believe that he or she falls into the category of aliens prohibited from entering Thailand under the Immigration Act B.E. 2522 (1979).

 

Important Information

1. The Embassy will not process a visa application if the application form is not completely filled out.

2. Any visa application which does not contain the proper documentation will be rejected. The applicant may then apply when the proper documentation is attached.

3.  The applicant must bring his/her own copies of documentation (passport, flight or reservation ticket, etc.). Please note that the Embassy does not provide copying service. If the applicant does not bring the copies needed, the case will be rejected.

4. Do not apply for a visa earlier than 3 months before your expected date of arrival in Thailand for a single entry visa.

5. The Embassy reserves the right to request more documents or ask for an interview.

6. After collecting the passport with issued visa, applicant must check the visa sticker carefully to make sure it accords with your purposes of visit to Thailand. If there are any doubts, you must raise it immediately with the staff. Otherwise the applicants will take all the consequences by themselves.

7. Upon arrival in Thailand, please check the last date which you are allowed to stay in Thailand stamped in your passport by the Thai immigration officer upon arrival. If you stay beyond the specified date, you may receive a fine for overstaying in Thailand. The Royal Thai Embassy will not responsible for any fine incurred as a result of your violation of Thai immigration law.

8. The Embassy will not return the visa fee paid after hand in your visa application

9. Type of visa can not  be change after hand in your visa application

10. The applicants are fully responsible for choosing and submitting correct type of visa according to your purposes and period of stay to Thailand.

11. Visa requirement and information can be changed without prior notice.

12. Consular officers assume the right to deny or grant any type of visa to the applicant.

13. Please remember that your visa collection ticket that you received after turning in your visa is needed when you collect your visa.