Important Information:

      • From 1 June 2021, visa applicants from Denmark and Lithuania are required to apply for a visa online at 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.
        – To apply for a visa online:
        – To watch a demonstration VDO:
        – For visa information, please visit
        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
The SMART Visa, which will come into effect on 1 February 2018, will encourage foreign talents and investors to invest in the 10 targeted industries of Thailand. It is hoped that it will enhance knowledge transfer and increase the competitiveness of Thailand in the global economy.
The SMART Visa is a new type of visa specially designed to encourage highly-skilled professionals and talents to work or invest in the 10 targeted S-Curve industries, namely (1) next-generation automotive, (2) smart electronics, (3) affluent, medical and wellness tourism, (4) agriculture and biotechnology, (5) food for the future, (6) robotics, (7) aviation and logistics, (8) biofuels and biochemicals, (9) digital, and (10) medical hub.
The four categories of people who are eligible to apply for SMART Visa are

(1) Talent (2) Investor (3) Executive (4) Startup and (5) Others (i.e. legal dependents, namely spouse and children, if any).

The SMART Visa provides more benefits and privileges than any other types of visa. These benefits include:

(1) Visa validity up to 4 years (instead of the usual 1 year)
(2) No requirement of work permit
(3) Extension of reporting of stay to Immigration Bureau – from every 90-day to every year
(4) The right of legal dependents (spouse and children) of the SMART Visa holder to live and work in Thailand equivalent to SMART visa holder (only SMART T type allows dependents of SMART Visa holder to work in Thailand).
Please click on the links below for further details.
All required supporting documents have to be scanned and uploaded. Applicant must print the confirmation page and submit it with the hard copy of all supporting documents, in person or by post, either to:
– the Royal Thai Embassy in Copenhagen, or
– One-Stop Service Centre for Visa and Work Permit (OSS)
  Chamchuri Square Building
  Phyathai Road
  Pathumwan District
  Bangkok 10330
For more information, please visit the website of the Board of Investment of Thailand at
Source; Thailand board of Investment
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