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When you hear Thailand, you immediately conjure images of beaches, shopping, natural beauty, undiscovered places, and delectable Thai cuisine. With adequate planning, a vacation can go just how you expect it to, and getting a Thailand visa for Indians for the destination would be the first step in that direction!
Indian passport holders can go to Thailand for various purposes, depending on the requirements outlined for each visa category, including tourism, business, work, study, and other activities. Applicants can use the Visa on Arrival (VOA) service or apply for a Thailand visa before their intended trip date (for a maximum of 15 days).
You might need to apply for a Thailand visa before your departure if you plan to go there for more than two weeks
Before starting the visa application procedure, you should know about a Thailand visa for Indians:
1. The applicant's home country's Thai consulate or embassy issues a Thai visa
2. Different types of visas are available depending on your intended use and the anticipated length of your stay
3. You must have an Indian passport valid for at least 30 days beyond your anticipated arrival date
4. The type of Thailand visa you seek will determine your visa fee.
5. If the stay lasts less than 15 days, Indian nationals may obtain a Thailand visa upon arrival.
The following visas are issued by Royal Thai Embassies and Royal Thai Consulates-General:
Those who want to travel within the Kingdom of Thailand may apply for this. For single entries, the visa is valid for three months, while for multiple entries, it is valid for six months. You can extend this visa for another
Foreign nationals meeting the requirements and wanting to work or run a business in the Kingdom of Thailand are given the "B" category non-immigrant visa. To qualify, the candidate must have a job offer from a potential employer in Thailand.
Foreign students can apply for an education visa to study or attend training sessions in the Kingdom of Thailand. To be eligible, the applicant must present the required documentation and acquire a letter of acceptance from the university, institute, or college.
This visa is necessary for visitors that are married to a Thai national. There is no direct application that can be made for a Thailand Marriage Visa. You have to initially get the Non-Immigrant ‘O’ Visa for a 90-day stay from your home country. Then, you have to procure all the necessary documents to convert your ‘O’ visa into a Marriage VisaNo . The processing time for the same is about a month. After this, you will be issued a Thailand Marriage Visa with the validity of one year.
Anyone 50 years of age and above may apply for a Retirement Visa to the Kingdom of Thailand. To qualify for the Retirement Visa, the applicant must have a balance of at least 800,000 Baht.
While these are the popular categories of Thailand Visa, they are not the only one. Some of the other Thailand Visa Types include: Transit Visa, Smart Visa, Long-Stay Visa, along with Non-Immigrant ED, F, and O types. To know about additional types of Visa available, you can visit any authorised online source.
Your profile, financial proof, and other proofs of evidence will be used to determine your eligibility in unusual circumstances and under unique visa categories:
When you arrive in Thailand, you must immediately apply for an on-arrival visa at the port of entry. You will be sent to the visa application desk to speak with an immigration officer once you arrive at the airport or port. You can apply for a tourist visa offline or online from India.
|Validity of Visa & Stay
|Visa on Arrival
|Permission to stay for a period not exceeding 15 days
|Valid for 3 Months | Permission to stay for a period not exceeding 30 Days.
|Tourist Visa (Single Entry)
|Valid for 3 Months | Permission to stay for a period not exceeding 60 Days.
|Tourist Visa (Multiple Entry)
|Valid for 6 Months | Permission to stay for a period not exceeding 60 Days (per entry).
|Non-Immigrant Visa (Single Entry)
|Valid for 3 Months | Permission to stay for a period not exceeding 90 Days
|Non-Immigrant Visa (Multiple Entry)
|Valid for 6 Months or 1 Year | Permission to stay for a period not exceeding 90 Days (per entry)
|Three-Year Non-Immigrant Visa' B' (Multiple Entry)
|Valid for 3 Years | Permitted to stay for a period not exceeding 90 Days (per entry)
Indian nationals can obtain a visa upon arrival in Thailand, but only if they satisfy the following conditions:
1.A history of criminal activity or immigration crimes
2.The submission of an incomplete and/or erroneous application form
3.No concrete evidence of your intentions to leave Thailand
4.The absence of the necessary evidence to support your visa application
These can be just some of the reasons behind a visa rejection.
If you are planning a trip to Thailand, you must apply for the appropriate type of Thailand visa and buy international travel insurance. While it is not mandatory to buy travel insurance, it is always best to have a policy to safeguard yourself against any mishaps.Thailand's ideal travel insurance plan should offer financial security against mishaps, lost or delayed bags, cancelled flights, and medical problems.
Regarding a Thailand visa for Indians, you must be prepared with several crucial documents. The following paperwork is needed to apply:
1. A passport from India that will still be valid after entering Thailand for at least six months.
2. A valid proof of identity
3. A properly completed and signed application for a visa to Thailand
4. A recent passport-size photo
5. A copy of your return ticket to Thailand
6. Proof you have the financial resources to support your vacation to Thailand
You must be aware of some travel restrictions if you want to visit Thailand while the pandemic continues. India is one of the nations Thailand has designated to exempt from quarantine upon arrival, provided that the following documentation requirements are met:
At least 14 days before travelling to Thailand, the traveller must have undergone all the required immunisations. They must have proof of documentation of the same.
The traveller must be covered by current COVID-19 travel insurance.
The traveller needs to possess a valid Thailand Pass.
Some of the most popular things to try out in Thailand are:
When travelling abroad, it is generally advisable to have travel insurance for India. By purchasing any of the different types of travel Insurance, you can relax and enjoy your trip rather than worrying about potential problems.
Written By : Bajaj Allianz - Updated: 24th November 2023
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