Non-immigrant Visa Category “O” (three-months-visa or one-year-visa)

Remarks

  • You can apply for a single entry non-immigrant visa, which allows you to stay in the kingdom for three months and costs 500 DKK or a one year visa with multiple entries, which costs 1,200 DKK. Keep in mind that if you have a one year visa, the maximum stay is three months at a time, meaning that you must leave the country every 90 days or contact the immigration bureau.
  • Note that you can only apply for a single entry non-immigrant O visa if you are carrying out volunteer work. You need to contact the immigration bureau for an extension of your stay if the work period exceeds 90 days.
  • All catagories of visa, the applicant must provide a copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed. In case of residing with a family, an invitation from the host family along with a copy of their undersigned Thai ID or house registration is required. (The name of the applicant must indicated clearly)

1. Category O for retirement

Applicants applying for a non-immigrant O visa for retirement purpose must be at least 50 years of age and above and receive a monthly pension income of 65,000 baht (approximately 12,500 DKK after tax). Applicants are to bring the following documents along with the application form duly completed;

  • Actual passport (valid at least six months and in good condition for a single entry Non-Immigrant visa and valid at least one and a half year for one year Non-Immigrant visa with multiple entries)
  • Copy of the passport
  • Copy of the roundtrip tickets or reservation
  • Copy of the residence permit AND a copy of the yellow CPR card if you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark
  • a copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed. In case of residing with a family, an invitation from the host family along with a copy of their undersigned Thai ID or house registration is required. (The name of the applicant must indicated clearly)
  • One colored passport picture taken no longer than six months
  • Copy of pension certificate showing a monthly income of at least 12,500 DKK after tax, eg. Årsopgørelse (this document can be obtained from the tax office or its website www.skat.dk and NOT the bank statement. The income statement you printed out from your netbank is not considered as proof of pension), letter from pension institute or Kommune. Should your monthly pension income be less than 12,500 DKK, you may submit a copy of bank statement as supplementary document.
  • In case the applicant wishes to apply for a Non-Immigrant visa for the spouse and the latter does not have enough pension income for his/her own application, the applicant may submit a copy of the marriage certificate as proof of relationship and how the income will be shared during the stay in Thailand
  • Appropriate fee in cash only click here
  • Each application must contain all the required documents. One copy of the document, e.g. flight ticket, cannot be shared with other applicants. Each applicant must have their own copy.

* ALL COPIES MUST BE IN A4 SIZE

2. Category O due to familial ties

2.1. Based on the ground of marriage

Any foreign nationals married to a Thai national can apply for a Non-Immigrant O visa (marriage visa). Applicants are to bring the following documents along with the application form duly completed;

  • Actual passport (valid at least six months and in good condition for a single entry Non-Immigrant visa and valid at least one and a half year for one year Non-Immigrant visa with multiple entries)
  • Copy of the passport
  • Copy of the roundtrip tickets or reservation
  • Copy of the residence permit AND a copy of the yellow CPR card if you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark
  • One colored passport picture taken no longer than six months
  • Copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed. In case of residing with a family, an invitation from the host family along with a copy of their undersigned Thai ID or house registration is required. In case of work or attending business conferences, a confirmation from the host company confirming the applicant’s residential address is required.(The name of the applicant must indicated clearly)
  • Copy of the residence permit AND a copy of the yellow CPR card if you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark.
  • Citizens listed in the countries with additional requirements, please see section List of Certain Countries with Additional Requirements. Click here
  • 1 x colored passport photo taken no longer than six months
  • Copy of bank statement for the past two months with savings amount no less than 400,000 Baht (approximately 80,000 DKK) OR proof of monthly income of at least 40,000 Baht (approximately 8,000 DKK) after tax
  • Copy of marriage certificate plus a declaration of marriage signed and dated by the spouse as well as an undersigned copy of spouse’s passport AND Thai ID
  • Appropriate fee in cash only  click here
  • Each application must contain all the required documents. One copy of the document, e.g. flight ticket, cannot be shared with other applicants. Each applicant must have their own copy.

* ALL COPIES MUST BE IN A4 SIZE

2.2 As a child of a Thai parent

Applicants who are half Thai of origin (e.g. born of a Thai mother and a Danish father) can apply for a Non-Immigrant visa. Applicants are to bring the following documents along with the application form duly completed;

  • Actual passport (valid at least six months and in good condition for a single entry Non-Immigrant visa and valid at least one and a half year for one year Non-Immigrant visa with multiple entries)
  • Copy of the passport
  • Copy of the roundtrip tickets or reservation
  • Copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed. In case of residing with a family, an invitation from the host family along with a copy of their undersigned Thai ID or house registration is required. In case of work or attending business conferences, a confirmation from the host company confirming the applicant’s residential address is required.(The name of the applicant must indicated clearly)
  • Copy of the residence permit AND a copy of the yellow CPR card if you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark
  • One colored passport picture taken no longer than six months
  • Copy of birth certificate as proof of the familial tie as well as an undersigned copy of parent’s passport AND Thai ID. Please note that in case of minors, both parents must sign on the children’s applications. Should both parents are no longer married or are separated, an official child custody document from the Danish authority is requested.
  • Appropriate fee in cash only  click here
  • Each application must contain all the required documents. One copy of the document, e.g. flight ticket, cannot be shared with other applicants. Each applicant must have their own copy.

* ALL COPIES MUST BE IN A4 SIZE

2.3 As a former Thai citizen

Applicants who were formerly Thai citizens and currently holding other citizenship can also apply for a Non-Immigrant visa providing that they submit the following documents along with the application form duly completed;

  • Actual passport (valid at least six months and in good condition for a single entry Non-Immigrant visa and valid at least one and a half year for one year Non-Immigrant visa with multiple entries)
  • Copy of the passport
  • Copy of the roundtrip tickets or reservation
  • Copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed. In case of residing with a family, an invitation from the host family along with a copy of their undersigned Thai ID or house registration is required. In case of work or attending business conferences, a confirmation from the host company confirming the applicant’s residential address is required.(The name of the applicant must indicated clearly)
  • Copy of the residence permit AND a copy of the yellow CPR card if you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark
  • One colored passport picture taken no longer than six months
  • Copy of the Thai ID OR Thai household registration
  • Appropriate fee in cash click here
  • Each application must contain all the required documents. One copy of the document, e.g. flight ticket, cannot be shared with other applicants. Each applicant must have their own copy.

* ALL COPIES MUST BE IN A4 SIZE

3. Category O for voluntary work

Applicants who wish to conduct a voluntary work in Thailand can only apply for a single entry Non-Immigrant O visa which allows him/her to stay in Thailand for 90 days. Should the work period exceed 90 days, applicants must contact the Thai Immigration Service and apply for an extension of the stay permit. Applicants are requested to submit the following documents along with the application form duly completed;

  • Actual passport (valid at least six months and in good condition)
  • Copy of the passport
  • Copy of the round-trip tickets or reservation
  • Copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed. In case of residing with a family, an invitation from the host family along with a copy of their undersigned Thai ID or house registration is required. In case of work or attending business conferences, a confirmation from the host company confirming the applicant’s residential address is required.(The name of the applicant must indicated clearly)
  • Copy of the residence permit AND a copy of the yellow CPR card if you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark.
  • Citizens listed in the countries with additional requirements, please see section List of Certain Countries with Additional Requirements. Click here
  • 1 x colored passport photo taken no longer than six months
  • An invitation letter from the organization in Thailand stating the purpose of your stay in Thailand as well as the period of the work
  • A copy of the organisation’s registration
  • Appropriate fee in cash only click here
  • Each application must contain all the required documents. One copy of the document, e.g. flight ticket, cannot be shared with other applicants. Each applicant must have their own copy.

* ALL COPIES MUST BE IN A4 SIZE

 Remark

  • Kindly note that a single entry Non-Immigrant visa allows travellers to stay in the Kingdom of Thailand for three months only. An application for extension of stay permit is possible at the Thai Immigration Office provided that the applicants contact the Immigration in person with the required documents according to each category of visa. On the other hand, a multiple entries Non-Immigrant visa with one year validity allows a maximum stay in Thailand for three months per entry, meaning that travellers must leave the country every 90 days or contact the Thai Immigration for extension of stay permit.

 

 

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