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Only those with valid residence status in Singapore may apply for the appropriate Thailand visa to be issued for travel to Thailand for vacation, business, retirement requirements, or work.
Thailand visas typically have a 3-month single-entry validity period. After that, depending on their desire, applicants can apply for a Regular Thailand Visa in Singapore or a Visa on Arrival in Thailand.
Applicants prefer the following general categories of Thai visas:
Travelers can obtain their tourist visa in Singapore if they plan to visit Thailand for leisure or tourism.
Travelers can choose flying, sailing, or driving to get to Thailand.
Processing A tourist visa for Thailand typically takes 4 to 5 working days to get. Visa processing can, however, occasionally take fewer days or even longer.
Applicants can apply for a Thai visa to visit Thailand for business or business meetings. Visa for Non-Immigrants - B
With this kind of visa, you can visit Thailand for brief business meetings with clients or with the Thai branch offices of foreign corporations. More specifically, these visas permit shorter business travel.
Processing Typically, it takes 5 to 7 working days to obtain a business visa for Thailand. However, Visa processing can occasionally take fewer days than expected.
Applicants can apply to Thailand if they want to retire there. Retirement visas for Thailand are often issued for a year with several entries.
To be eligible to apply for a Thailand Retirement Visa, the applicant must be at least 50 years old. The recipient of this Thailand Retirement Long Stay Visa is not allowed to engage in employment while in Thailand. This Retirement Visa expressly forbids employment.
Processing The average wait time for a retirement visa is 10 to 12 working days. Visa processing can, however, occasionally take fewer days or even longer.
Since the visa will be stamped on the passport, it should be submitted for the processing of the Thailand visa application. At least two blank pages in the passport are required, one for stamping visas and the other for stamping entrance and departure stamps. In addition, the ticket must be valid for at least six months as of the day of travel to Thailand. Therefore, before applying for a Thailand visa, it is preferable to renew your passport if its remaining validity is less than six months.
The application should be submitted with a copy of the NRCI and the re-entry permission.
Suppose you're applying for a Thailand visa in Singapore, and you have a long-term pass, an employment pass, a dependent pass, an S pass, a work permit, a personalized employment pass, an entry pass, or a training employment pass. In that case, you should provide a copy of the receipt.
It should be mentioned that the pass must be valid for at least two months when the Thailand visa application is made.
The applicant must present a letter of justification from the guarantor if the pass's validity is shorter than two months. The applicant's employer or the applicant's spouse is typically a guarantor.
Travelers should make lodging reservations in Thailand before applying for a visa. The applicant's name, Thailand's in and leaving dates, and flight ticket information must be submitted. Travelers who are on a cruise can substitute the itinerary for the cruise for their hotel and airline reservations.
To demonstrate that they have sufficient cash for their trip to Thailand, the applicant must provide their Thailand visa application's most recent bank statement. The bank balance for a solo traveler should be at least SGD 1000. A family applicant should have at least SGD 2000 in their bank account. If the traveler is neither unemployed nor in possession of a bank account, they may present the bank statements of their spouse or parents together with proof of their relationships, such as a marriage license or birth certificate, if appropriate.
You would need three photos to apply for a visa to Thailand. The picture must have a white backdrop. The necessary photograph is 35 mm x 45 mm for the Thailand visa application. The subject should be at the front of the camera, with the face receiving the most exposure. Photos taken from a great distance or with poor vision are not acceptable.
In addition to the qualifications above, travelers planning to go to Thailand with a maid would need to produce the following papers.
The Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate must be included with the visa application for citizens of the countries listed below.
When arriving in Thailand, the Certificate must also be presented at the immigration counters.
Angola, Argentina, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Colombia, Congo, Congo Republic, Cote d'Ivoire, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, French Guiana, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Guinea, Guyana, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Rwanda,
The firm in Thailand must send the applicant a letter of invitation to apply for a business visa. The name of the applicant, job, reason for the visit, and intended length of stay in Thailand should all be clearly stated in the invitation letter. The letter must be written on business letterhead from the Thailand-based company and have the authorized representative's signature.
The firm should provide the applicant with the company incorporation paperwork so they may submit them with their visa application. The corporate seal should be attached to the copy of the document, which the firm's authorized representative should also sign.
The Singaporean firm must provide a letter of undertaking to the applicant to apply for a business visa. The undertaking letter should be specific about the applicant's name, title, pay grade, the reason for travel, and anticipated length of stay in Thailand. The letter must be written on the letterhead of the Singaporean firm and have the authorized representative's signature.
The applicant must get the Singapore business incorporation documentation (ACRA) from the Singaporean firm before submitting the visa application. The authorized representative of the Singapore firm shall sign the copy of the document, and the papers should be sealed with the Singapore corporate seal.
A letter confirming that the total amount deposited in the applicant's bank account is at least 800,000 Thai Baht or its equivalent must be obtained from the holding bank of the applicant. Please keep in mind that the letter should be the most recent. As evidence of funds, bank statements are not recognized.
The applicant must get a certificate of no criminal history from the nation of their nationality or place of residency. This document is commonly known as a police clearance certificate. In addition, residents of Singapore and citizens of Singapore must get a COC from the Singapore Police. You must complete this service online.
According to Ministerial Regulation No. 14 (B.E. 2535), the applicant must get a medical certificate from a doctor attesting that they are not susceptible to forbidden illnesses. Please note that the Certificate should only follow the format specified by the Thai Embassy. The applicant should print out the Certificate and utilize it to get it attested by a Singaporean physician. Similar or content-transferred certificates cannot be accepted.
At the time of application, the medical Certificate shouldn't have been received more than three months prior.
The following nations don't need a visa to enter Thailand.
Several countries, including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, The Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and the United States of America, are represented in the world.
Khmer and Myanmar
Visitors who visit Thailand can get a visa upon arrival for a stay of up to 15 days.
Bhutan, China, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, India, Kazakhstan, Andorra, Bulgaria, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Taiwan, and Uzbekistan
Thailand visas are typically valid for three months from the day the Thailand Embassy in Singapore issues them. Applicants are authorized to stay for a minimum of 15 days and 60 days from the date of entry, depending on their nationality.
To apply for a Thailand visa in Singapore, you must have a hotel and airline reservation. However, the bookings may only be an itinerary rather than a finalized one. The reservation should be made in the applicant's or the travel companion's name.
Applicants must compile a checklist based on the type of Thailand visa they seek. When all papers are in order, the applicant can come to our office at Sim Lim Tower, Unit 03-44, where they will be verified. The visa will be handled by the IVC Visa Team and submitted to the Thailand Embassy in Singapore. The passports will be retrieved from the embassy after the permit has been approved. Applicants can pick up their tickets from our office or use a courier service.
Three images with a white backdrop are required to apply for a Thailand visa in Singapore. The photograph is 35 mm x 45 mm. If the applicant lacks a picture, the service is available at IVC Services.
The criteria for a Tourist Visa to Thailand from Singapore are as follows. Passport or travel document valid for at least six months. Form for requesting a visa (filled out) Three white-background photographs of the applicant Round-trip flight into and out of Thailand Proof of financial means (SGD 1000 per person/SGD 2,000 per household). The monthly bank statement serves as a confirmation of financial resources for Singapore citizens. Hotel Reservations Proof of Singapore resident visa
Thailand has given visas on arrival at the airport to most nations. However, tourists should only use this service for tourism purposes. Few countries have visa fee waivers at the airport based on nationality. However, please ensure that your race is on Thailand's list of visa-on-arrival nations.
The processing period for a Thailand visa application in Singapore is around 5 to 7 business days. Group visas typically take 10 to 12 working days to process. Non-Immigrant O Visas will take between 10 and 15 working days to process.
Chinese nationals are not eligible to apply for a Thailand visa through IVC Services. However, if you have a Chinese passport, the Thailand Embassy in Singapore needs you to be physically present to submit your visa application.
Tourists in Singapore are not permitted to apply for a Thailand visa. Applicants who are legal Singapore residents can only apply for a visa at the Thailand Embassy in Singapore.
No, an employment letter is not necessary to apply for a tourist visa to Thailand in Singapore. However, if a firm in Singapore sponsors the trip, a Sponsorship letter on company letterhead with a stamp and signature must be supplied with the application form.
There are several sorts of Thailand Visas available, depending on the needs of each application. Tourist Visa, Non-Immigrant-O Visa, Non-Immigrant-ED Visa, Non-Immigrant-B Visa, Non-Immigrant-M Visa, etc.
Myanmar nationals traveling by cruise ship must get a Thailand visa. To apply for their Thailand Visa in Singapore, they must provide a copy of their cruise itinerary and other required papers.
Yes, Bangladeshis must apply for a visa to Thailand before traveling. All needed documents must be supplied in the correct sequence. The regular tourist visa for Thailand from Singapore takes roughly 5 to 7 business days to process.