The consular Section now resumes its Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO) service to the public. Visa applicant can book a visa appointment online starting from 13 May 2013 onwards.
The consular Section now resumes its Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO) service to the public. Visa applicant can book a visa appointment online starting from ...
... facilitate the visa application for those who wish to travel to Thailand.
With VABO in effect from 1 December 2012, the Royal Thai Embassy will only accept visa application on an appointment basis from general applicants with no walk-ins permitted. This service does not apply to applicants for diplomatic and official visas. Applicants must schedule visa appointment online in order to submit applications for visas. Applicants can book appointments at their conveniences up to 30 days in advance.
VABO does not imply that the visa application is accepted. It is developed ...
... appointment will be allowed at the counter, nor by e-mail, fax or telephone.
Each applicant, is treated as an individual application and require a separate appointment even though travelling as a group or family.
Applicants must read How to schedule your Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO)? before using this service.
When you fill in the applicant’s name in the form for online visa appointment booking, the name must match exactly the name in your passport. If the name on the appointment schedule does not match the name in your passport, your visa application ...
... to perform works in the Kingdom.
Applicant must apply in person.
The purpose of visit is for business such as meeting with business associates, attending professional or business conventions/conferences and, for performing services in a pre-arranged professional job.
Fee for Non-immigrant (B) visa: single entry 9,000 Yen and multiple entry 22,000 Yen.
Non-Japanese applicant holding passports of Bangladesh, Egypt , Iran, Nigeria ,Palestine , Sudan , Yemen,Cameroon ,Congo ,Republic of Congo ,Equatorial Guinea ,Guinea ,Algeria , China ,India ...
Countries which have concluded the Agreement on
the Visa Exemption with Thailand
DIPLOMATIC/OFFICIAL or SERVICE/SPECIAL PASSPORTS
The following countries have concluded agreements with Thailand on the exemption of visa requirements for holders of diplomatic/official or service/special passports. Such passport holders are permitted to stay for a period of not exceeding 30 or 90 days as follow;
Diplomatic Passports Only
Hong Kong SAR
Applicants must read and accept
Terms of Services
before using this service.
Fill in the appointment form.
The applicant's name must match exactly the name in your passport. If the name on the appointment schedule does not match the name in your passport, your visa application will be rejected and the new
must be made.
Please check spellings and the information required.
After filling in all fields, click
Print the VABO confirmation receipt. Confirmation receipt will be sent ...
... The applicant can submit the card in order to receive a consular service within the specified time. The Embassy will provide service by giving the priority to the applicants who make an online appointment in advance, and reserves the rights to refuse service to the applicant who does not submit the queue card within the specified time.
2. For visa application, please make an online appointment in advance via the Visa Appointment Booking Online (VABO) system (
). Currently, the Royal Thai Embassy accepts
all types of visa applications.
... Tourist TR-MT Visa(Medical Treatment)
Medical Treatment Visas are temporarily suspended.
※Required documents for applying a visa in the periods of Coronavirus COVID – 19 outbreak※
:Valid for no less than 6 months and ... ... confirming the provision of 14-day quarantine in the
hospital facility, with an official stamp from the Department of Health Service Support, Ministry of
Public Health of Thailand (
8. An original guarantee letter duly signed by a guarantor ...
From Monday 30 March 2020, the Royal Thai Embassy temporarily suspends the regular visaservice. With Reference to the declaration of a state of emergency in Thailand related to the COVID-19 Pandemic on 25 March B.E. 2563 (2020), an applicant who are permitted to enter Thailand by the declaration can apply for visa
The Royal Thai Honorary Consulate-General Nagoya will terminate the services of visa issuance and document legalization from 27 May 2021 onward.
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