The Department of Consular Affairs expands its e-Visa services to 38 locations in 23 countries worldwide

The Department of Consular Affairs has expanded its e-Visa services to 38 locations in 23 countries worldwide. 

     Thailand has applied technology to make it easier for foreigners to obtain visas for entering Thailand, and foreigners may apply for these visas themselves through an online system called e-Visa. This upgrades the visa application process to a modern and digital system.

     Currently, Thai embassies and consulates in foreign countries provide e-Visa services at 38 locations in 23 countries worldwide in order to facilitate services for those foreigners who wish to travel to Thailand. The countries include the following:

  1. China (10 locations): Beijing, Nanning, Chengdu, Xi'an, Chongqing, Kunming, Shenyang, Guangzhou, Zhengzhou, and Hong Kong;
  2. United Kingdom: London;
  3. France: Paris;
  4. United States of America (4 locations): Washington, D.C., New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles;
  5. South Korea: Seoul;
  6. Canada (2 locations): Ottawa and Vancouver;
  7. Norway: Oslo;
  8. Sweden: Stockholm;
  9. Denmark: Copenhagen;
  10. Netherlands: The Hague;
  11. Belgium: Brussels;
  12. Hungary: Budapest;
  13. Finland: Helsinki;
  14. Poland: Warsaw;
  15. Austria: Vienna;
  16. Romania: Bucharest;
  17. Czech Republic: Prague;
  18. Germany (3 locations): Berlin, Frankfurt, and Munich;
  19. Italy (2 locations): Rome and Milan;
  20. Spain: Madrid;
  21. Greece: Athens;
  22. Portugal: Lisbon;
  23. Switzerland (2 locations): Bern and Geneva.

There are two types of visa applications:

  1. Applications submitted by the applicant themselves;
  2. Applications submitted by a registered representative of the Thai embassy or consulate.

The process of submitting a visa application is as follows:

  1. Create a user account on the website, fill out the necessary forms, and upload the relevant documents according to the instructions provided. The applicant does not need to submit his or her passport or any original documents to the embassy;
  2. Pay the visa fee through the secure and diverse e-Payment system;
  3. Once the e-Visa has been approved, an email confirmation will be sent to the applicant. Print the confirmation document and present it to the airline and immigration officers upon arrival in Thailand. In some cases, an interview may be requested to gather additional information.
    The applicant's information for the e-Visa will be recorded in the Visa Data Center for database purposes and will be linked with the immigration office.


Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 443 Sri Ayutthaya Road, Thung Phaya Thai Subdistrict, Ratchathewi District, Bangkok 10400

Tel. +66 2203 5000

Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (Public Organization), Siam Piwat Tower, 12B Floor, 26th Floor, Unit A2, B1, B2, 989 Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan Subdistrict, Pathumwan District, Bangkok 10330

Tel. +66 2694 6000.

Data updated on March 20, 2023.
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