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Retirement Visa

  • Planning to spend your retirement years in Thailand? You can get an application form for a Thai retirement visa now. Annual visa renewal services are also available to let you Stay in Thailand for as long as you want.


Business Visa

  • Non-Immigrant B Visas are for foreign nationals interested in starting a business or investing in Thailand, as well as foreign nationals wishing to apply for work permits in Thailand.

Other Popular Visa Services in Thailand

Employment Visa

Are you interested in applying for a job in Thailand? You can apply for an employment visa even before you arrive in Thailand.

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Education Visa

Make your journey more meaningful by learning and travelling at the same time. You can also get involved in internships and other skills training.

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Thai Elite Visa

Become one of Thailand’s Elite members with a Thai Elite Visa. Some of the privileges include exclusive benefits for immigration, travel, business, and much more.

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Marriage Visa

Officially referred to as a Non-Immigrant O Marriage Visa, a Thai Marriage Visa is for any foreign national who is legally married to a Thai citizen. This visa allows you to stay in Thailand as long as you want with your partner.

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Business Visa

Verify your business with a business visa. This Visa will help you conduct your business in Thailand without any unnecessary issues and also provides you with additional business benefits.

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Work Permit

To work legally in Thailand with a Thai or international company, you must have a work permit. It will be wise to be well-informed as an employer or employee about the process of applying for and maintaining a work permit.

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Basic Information for Thailand’s Visa & Work Permits

Visa validity is the period during which a visa may be used to enter Thailand. Travellers with this form of visa may enter and stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 15 days. Visa validity shall be given at the option of the Royal Thai Embassy or the Royal Thai Consulate-General. In general, the validity of a visa is 3 months, but in some cases the visa can be valid for 6 months, 1 year or 3 years. Royal Thai Embassies and Royal Thai Consulates-General have the right to grant visas to foreigners. The authority to permit entry and stay in Thailand should be with immigration officers. Those who wish to work in Thailand must have the right form of visa to be able to apply for a work permit. Only nationals of certain countries can apply for a visa upon arrival in Thailand.

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If I want to stay longer in Thailand, what should I do?

You can extend your visa by applying at any immigration office in Thailand such as The 1-Year Multiple-Entry Non-Immigrant Thai Visa is issued to foreigners acquire a long-stay visa in Thailand. The issuance of this visa mainly depends on the purpose of the application. This form of visa is available for use within one year from the date of issue and can be extended to 3 months on or before the date of expiry of the visa. This form of visa allows holders of visas to leave and re-enter Thailand every 90 days.



1. What documents are required to get a Visa?

Requirements for Thai visa may change from time to time, and there may be some specific requirements in some countries. Check with the nearest Thai embassy or consulate in advance.

The most common specific documents needed:

  • Your passport or travel document (with a validity not less than 6 months from the date of application).
  • Completed form for a visa application.
  • A photo ( 4×6 sized)
  • A copy of your flight ticket
  • Proof of financial resources
  • The Visa fee

2. What document are required to get a Work Permit?

For foreigners who wish to apply for a work permit, a foreign national must be on a Non-Immigrant O Visa. A foreign national will not apply for a Thai work permit while on a Tourist Visa. Some documents may need to be approved by the embassy of your country, in order to be considered right or original. You may also need to translate your documents into a Thai language.

The most common specific documents needed:

  • A copy of each of related pages of your passport which are signed by you.
  • An original and copy form of your Non-Immigrant Visa.
  • Departure card TM.6
  • A copy of all related degrees/qualifications which signed by you.
  • Copies of any relevant transcripts, certificates or licenses signed by you.
  • A copy of your CV should describe in detail your past positions and all previous employment length and location
  • A medical certificate not older than six month from hospital in Thailand. It must specify the blood type and verify the applicant is good mental and physical health.
  • 3 photos ( 4×6 sized)
  • A substitute for the person filing the application and 10 THB duty stamp
  • If you are married to a Thai national you must Show a copy and original of your Marriage Certificate. And your partner’s Thai ID card, birth certificates of any children you have together, and your household registration.

3. How long does it take to get a Thai Visa?

The amount of time taken to obtain a Thai Visa obviously depending on your circumstances and the type of visa you apply for. In some cases, a visa can be approved on the next working day, while more complicated visas may take up to 5-6 weeks.