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New Requirement documents For non Immigrant B VISA

... will amend and be effective from 1st February 2015. The Royal Thai Embassy Tokyo announces that the required documents for non-immigrant B will amend and be effective from 1st February 2015. For the further information, please visit Non-Immigrant B (Working) Non-Immigrant B (Business) Before you apply for visa at the Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo, please be informed that: Non-immigrant-B (Working) the Embassy may require additional documents and reserves the right to reject incomplete visa application....
30/01/2015

Visa for bussiness,working and teaching

... of 1st July 2008, the Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised into 3 types as below. Change of Non-Immigrant Visa (B) As of 1st July 2008, the Non-Immigrant Visa will be categorised into 3 types as below. Non-Immigrant-B (Business) Non-Immigrant-B (Working) Non-Immigrant-B (Teaching)

Non-immigrant-B (Working)

Non-immigrant-B (Working) Validity of entry Non-immigrant-B (Working) visa :  Single entry : Three (3) months Application Fee : Single entry : 9,000 Yen  Applicant must apply in person. The stay for single entry Non-immigrant B visa is for ninety (90) days or less....
19/02/2018

Type of visas

... visa is issued to persons who wish to enter Thailand for tourism purpose only. Non-immigrant visas These visas are issued to persons in the following categories who wish to enter Thailand : Non immigrant visa-B For the purpose of conducting business / working in Thailand. Non immigrant visa-ED For the purpose of studying / coming on a work study tour or observation tour / participating in projects or seminars / attending a conference or training course / studying as a foreign Buddhist monk in Thailand....
07/08/2009

WORKING HOURS

WORKING HOURS Visa application (Reserved by internet only) Certification of signature 09.00 - 11.30 hrs ( Click here for other service hours) Visa Collection (NOT on date of application) 14.00 - 15.00 hrs
27/11/2015

Minister-Counsellor attended the presentation of work plan by Thai students in a JENESYS exchange program

On 19 March 2018, Minister-Counsellor Salinee Phonprapai attended the presentation of work plan by 28 Thai students who participated in a JENESYS exchange program organised by Japan International Cooperation Center. People-to-people exchanges are fundamental to close and cordial Thai-Japanese relations. On 19 March 2018, Minister-Counsellor ...
JENESYS
19/03/2018

Non-immigrant-O (spouse / dependent of foreigner legally works in the Kingdom)

Non-immigrant-O (spouse / dependent of foreigner legally works in the Kingdom) Validity of entry Non-immigrant-O visa : Single entry : Three (3) months Multiple entry : One (1) Year Application Fee : Single entry : 9,000 Yen Multiple entry : 22,000 Yen Applicant must apply in person. Applicant's spouse or ...
19/02/2018

Royal Patronage of a people and a culture

... practical ends. A man of considerable personal accomplishment, King Bhumibol takes a direct hand in initiating and promoting development projects, especially those concerned with agriculture, designed to eradicate poverty and boost national growth. In this work His Majesty is admirably supported by Queen Sirikit who, in a 1979 interview, remarked; “If you cannot abolish poverty, you cannot bring peace to your country, or help your government.” With a great personal interest in science and technology,...
07/08/2009

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand Uses Online System for Foreign Media Assigned to Thailand

From 16 August 2010, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand announced to operate the online system for foreign medias who is assigned to work in Thailand or MMOS : MFA Media Online Service, download details as follows; From 16 August 2010, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand announced to operate the online system for foreign medias who is assigned to work in Thailand or MMOS ...

10.20 5th Thailand-Japan International Academic Conference 2012

... at continuing academic cooperation, bringing together students, researchers and experts from various fields to provide an opportunity to share knowledge between Thailand and Japan, including other countries, and promoting and enhancing Thai academic work internationally.On 20 October 2012, Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Chargé d’ affaires, delivered a speech at the 5th Thailand-Japan International Academic Conference at Tokyo Institute of Technology.  The event was organized by the Thai Students Association ...
25/10/2012
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