The Thailand visa exemption rule allows tourists from 52 nations to enter into Thailand without a visa for a stay of maximum 30 days. If you are a citizen of a country that is not listed in the visa exemption rule list then you will require a valid Thailand visa to enter the country.
Visa on arrival means you get the visa stamped on your passport during the immigration check process after arriving in the country’s airport. The main advantage of visa on arrival is that you do not have to deal with the hassle of applying for a visa amid your holiday planning and the documentation is far less in visa on arrival.
If you are eligible for visa on arrival, then you need to get your passport stamped with visa during your immigration check in Thailand. Make sure you have a valid passport with at least six months validity and enough blank pages for visa stamping. You will additionally require providing proof to determine that your purpose of visit is for tourism and you will leave the country in within 15 days of arrival. In case you need to travel for longer duration, then you need to get your visa done before you arrive in Thailand. In such cases, you can contact our visa team for visa service assistance and guidance.
Once your flight has landed, you need to head to the immigration desk where you will have to submit your immigration arrival cards which are usually provided to you by flight attendants of your flight. With your arrival card, submit your passport for visa verification; in case you need a visa on arrival, then you need to hand over all the requisite documents along with the visa fee to the immigration officer. The immigration officer will retain the arrival card and stamp your passport along with a departure card stapled to your passport before handing it back to you.
Yes. For tourist visa, you can acquire a multiple entry visa which is valid for 6 months and you are allowed to stay for a period not exceeding 60 days on each entry.
Your single entry tourist visa will be valid for 3 months from the day visa is stamped irrespective of your travel date.
The processing time for a visa depends upon the nature of visa application and various other factors of the visa application. Usually, a visa process for Thailand takes around 2 working days.
Yes. Every individual who wishes to enter Thailand has to possess a valid Thailand visa.
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