Certificate of Entry (COE) and Non-Immigrant Visa, Category O/B/ED

“Certificate of Entry (COE) and Non-Immigrant Visa, Category O”

Starting from 1 July 2020, under the COVID-19 circumstance, non-Thai nationals who are the spouse and children of a Thai national and wish to enter Thailand must apply for Certificate of Entry (COE) and Non-Immigrant Visa, Category O, at the Royal Thai Embassy, Copenhagen.

Please note that the application will be processed on a case by case basis, taking into account of urgency and worthy purposes.

Required documents for applying for the COE and Visa:

  1. Passport;
  2. Application for Non-Immigrant Visa, Category O (please see http://thaiembassy.dk);
  3. Completed and signed Declaration Form, see attached;
  4. For spouse – Copies of passport of both the foreign spouse and a Thai national, together with Marriage certificate; 

For children – Copies of passport of both the children and the Thai parent, together with Birth certificate of the children;

  • Hotel reservation for 14 days at a government-designated Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) at the applicant’s own expenses (please see http://www.hsscovid.com);
  • Valid health insurance policy worth not less than 100,000 USD or in equivalence which includes COVID-19 medical treatments.

Before travelling, all travelers must have the following documents to present to the Thai authorities in Thailand:

  1. Certificate of Entry (COE);
  2. Completed and signed Declaration Form;
  3. COVID-19 Free Health Certificate issued no longer than 72 hours prior to travel date;
  4. Fit to fly Certificate issued no longer than 72 hours prior to travel date.

“Certificate of Entry (COE) and Non-Immigrant Visa, Category B”

Starting from 1 July 2020, under the COVID-19 circumstance, non-Thai nationals who hold a valid Work Permit and wish to enter Thailand on a business purpose must apply for Certificate of Entry (COE) and Non-Immigrant Visa, Category B, at the Royal Thai Embassy, Copenhagen.

Please note that the application will be processed on a case by case basis, taking into account of urgency and worthy purposes.

Required documents for applying for the COE and Visa:

  1. Passport;
  2. Application for Non-Immigrant Visa, Category B (please see http://thaiembassy.dk);
  3. A valid work permit or permission to work in Thailand from a relevant Thai Authority;
  4. Completed and signed Declaration Form, see attached;
  5. Hotel reservation for 14 days at a government-designated Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) at the applicant’s own expenses. Please see http://www.hsscovid.com;
  6. Valid health insurance policy worth not less than 100,000 USD or in equivalence which includes COVID-19 medical treatments.

Before travelling, all travelers must have the following documents to present to the Thai authorities in Thailand:

  1. Certificate of Entry (COE);
  2. Completed and signed Declaration Form;
  3. COVID-19 Free Health Certificate issued no longer than 72 hours prior to travel date;
  4. Fit to fly Certificate issued no longer than 72 hours prior to travel date.

“Certificate of Entry (COE) and Non-Immigrant Visa, Category ED”

Starting from 1 July 2020, under the COVID-19 circumstance, non-Thai nationals who wish to enter Thailand on an educational purpose must apply for Certificate of Entry (COE) and Non-Immigrant Visa, Category ED, at the Royal Thai Embassy, Copenhagen.

Please note that the application will be processed on a case by case basis, taking into account of urgency and worthy purposes.

Required documents for applying for the COE and Visa:

  1. Passport;
  2. Application for Non-Immigrant Visa, Category ED (please see http://thaiembassy.dk);
  3. Letter of confirmation of student status or letter of acceptance from the Thai educational institute;
  4. Letter from the governmental authority supervising the school/educational institute, except international school and public/private university;
  5. Completed and signed Declaration Form, see attached;
  6. Hotel reservation for 14 days at a government-designated Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) at the applicant’s own expenses. Please see http://www.hsscovid.com;
  7. Valid health insurance policy worth not less than 100,000 USD or in equivalence which includes COVID-19 medical treatments.

Before travelling, all travelers must have the following documents to present to the Thai authorities in Thailand:

  1. Certificate of Entry (COE);
  2. Completed and signed Declaration Form;
  3. COVID-19 Free Health Certificate issued no longer than 72 hours prior to travel date;
  4. Fit to fly Certificate issued no longer than 72 hours prior to travel date.

Declaration form: http://thaiembassy.dk/wp-content/uploads/DF-Non-Thai-July.pdf

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