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 Non-Immigrant Category B

Please note that holders of Non-Immigrant Category B Visa still need Certificate of Entry (COE) from the Embassy to complete the requirement to enter Thailand (please refer to “Non-Thais to travel to Thailand” for more details).

Important Information:

    • From 1 June 2021, visa applicants from Denmark and Lithuania are required to apply for a visa online at https://thaievisa.go.th Visa applicants will be asked to set up an account and submit an online visa application as an individual. All required documents must be uploaded, and the payment is made online through secured portal. Applicants are then required to submit their passports together with original required documents in person at the Royal Thai Embassy, Copenhagen.
      – To apply for a visa online: https://thaievisa.go.th
      – To watch a demonstration VDO: https://thaievisa.go.th/video-user-manuals
      – For visa information, please visit www.thaiembassy.dk
      Please note that Monday 24 May 2021 will be the last day the Embassy will process visa applications submitted by a paper application form. For further inquiry, please email visa@thaiembassy.dk.

1. For the purpose of attending a conference, meetings and visiting business partners

Applicants who wish to travel to Thailand for a business purpose such as attending a conference should apply for Non-Immigrant B visa and only a single entry is granted at a time.

Applicants are requested to submit the following documents after making an appointment with the embassy via e-visa system. 

  1. An appointment receipt. See example CLICK
  2. Actual passport (valid at least six months and in good condition)
  3. Copy of the passport (Do NOT attempt to cut the copy of your passport into a passport size.)
  4. Copy of the round-trip ticket or reservation
  5. Proof of your accommodation in Thailand after quarantine: Copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed or a confirmation from the host company confirming the applicant’s residential address. 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. 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)
  6. An invitation letter from the company in Thailand
  7. Copy of company’s registration
  8. A reference letter from the Danish company stating the purpose of the visit in Thailand
  9. An official Bank Statement issued by the bank with bank contact details showing a balance of not less than 500,000 Baht or equivalent over the last 6 months
  10.  If you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark then you need a copy of the residence permit (opholdstilladelse) AND/OR copy of the yellow CPR card
  11. Citizens listed in the countries with additional requirements, please see section List of Certain Countries with Additional Requirements. 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.

2. For the purpose of working in Thailand

If you have been given a job offer in Thailand or the company you are currently employed is transferring you to their sister company in Thailand, it is necessary that you apply for a single entry Non-Immigrant B visa before entering the Kingdom. This visa allows the applicant to stay and work in Thailand for 90 days. During the stay, the applicant must contact the Thai Immigration Service within 30 days after arrival and apply for an extension of the stay permit. The applicant must also obtain a work permit at the Ministry of Labour.

Applicants are requested to submit the following documents after making an appointment with the embassy via e-visa system. 

  1. An appointment receipt. See example CLICK
  2. 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)
  3. Copy of the passport (Do NOT attempt to cut the copy of your passport into a passport size.)
  4. Copy of the roundtrip ticket or reservation
  5. Proof of your accommodation in Thailand after quarantine: Copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed or a confirmation from the host company confirming the applicant’s residential address. 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)
  6. An invitation letter from the company in Thailand
  7. Copy of company’s registration
  8. Copy of the work contract
  9. Copy of work permit form 3 issued by the Ministry of Labour of Thailand (W.P.3/ Tor Thor 3 Click here ) for applicants who do not hold a valid Thai work permit yet
  10. Copy of valid Thai work permit (if any)
  11. If you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark then you need a copy of the residence permit (opholdstilladelse) AND/OR copy of the yellow CPR card
  12. Citizens listed in the countries with additional requirements, please see section List of Certain Countries with Additional Requirements. Click here
  13. Appropriate fee in cash only Click here
  14. 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.

 3. For spouse and/or children

NOTE: Should the applicant wish to relocate to Thailand with their spouse and/or children, the accompanying family members need to apply for a Non-Immigrant O visa. The following documents are required for the accompanying family members along with the following documents.

Applicants are requested to submit the following documents after making an appointment with the embassy via e-visa system. 

  1. An appointment receipt. See example CLICK
  2. 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)
  3. Copy of the passport. Do NOT attempt to cut the copy of your passport into a passport size.*
  4. Copy of the roundtrip ticket or reservation
  5. Proof of your accommodation in Thailand after quarantine: Copy of hotel reservation/ rental contract/deed or a confirmation from the host company confirming the applicant’s residential address. 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. (It is not enough to write the address in the application)
  6. An invitation letter from the company in Thailand
  7. Copy of the marriage certificate in case of accompanying spouse. Please note that according to the Thai law, any legal rights can be granted to the spouse through legal marriage, hence the applicant’s cohabitant/partner (boyfriend/girlfriend) will not be grant a Non-Immigrant O visa.
  8. Copy of the birth certificate in case of accompanying child. 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.
  9. If you are a non-Danish national residing in Denmark then you need a copy of the residence permit (opholdstilladelse) AND/OR copy of the yellow CPR card
  10. Citizens listed in the countries with additional requirements, please see section List of Certain Countries with Additional Requirements. 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.

For Minor

In case the applicant is a minor, both parents need to sign on the child’s application as consent. In case of single parent, a supporting document of child’s full custody is required.

Remark

Keep in mind that the embassy can only issue a single entry non-immigrant B visa, which allows you to work in Thailand for three months. Once you arrive in Thailand, you should contact the Ministry of Labour of Thailand to obtain a work permit and contact the Immigration Bureau to extend your stay permit if you should stay more than three months.

VISA FEES

Non-Immigrant Visa                                 500 DKK for single entry

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