All about Thai tourist visa info

For this article, we would like to talk about the processing procedures of every types of Thailand Visa (Tourist Visa, Non Immigrant Visa, One Year Multiple Entry Non Immigrant Visa) for Europe nationalities who are staying in their countries OR who are outside Europe. We have divided the process for two situations:

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Situation 1. Process a Thailand Visa inside Europe
If you are residing in the following countries: Andorra, Austria, Azores, Balearic Islands, Belgium, Canary Islands, Corsica, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Madeira, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain, Spitzbergen, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.
You are able to apply for a Thailand Visa at the Thai Consulate in Europe as our advice. The applicants will only have to arrange his/her passport which remains at least six months, two passport photographs (2″ X 2″) and a self-addressed envelope size 6″x9″ or large enough to fit your passport with sufficient postage stamps. You will not have to present the Copy of Airline Ticket or the Itinerary to the Thai consulate. For the documentation, we are able to assist you in preparing all paperwork according to your main purpose of staying in Thailand. For the process, the first step, you will receive our e-mail questionnaire then you have to provide your personal information for us in filing in the prepared visa application form. The next step, we will email you back the prepared application form and all paperwork, including the updated Checklist File which issued from the Thai consulate. After receiving our documents, you just have to proceed as we indicate in the Checklist before sending your passport and all items to the Thai Consulate. They will match our documents with your visa application and will return your passport with a visa stamped through your self-addressed envelope by the Certified Mail Service. Hence, you are sure that your passport will be returned safely to the address in your country. For the processing times for all of steps can be completed within five working days.
Note: Although, you are not holding the EU passport but if you reside in the one from all above countries in Europe, you are also able to apply for a Thailand Visa by using the same condition with the applicants who are the Europe Citizens.
Situation 2. Process a Thailand Visa outside Europe
For the applicants who are not living in countries where we mentioned in the (Situation 1.), they can still apply for a visa for Thailand at the Thai Consulate in Europe. The condition of this visa application is: The applicant must ask a third party such as: relatives or familiar in the countries of Europe to represent him/her in sending his/her passport and the documents to the Thai Consulate in Europe. For the process, it is resembled with the method in Europe, the first step, the applicant will receive our e-mail questionnaire then he/she has to provide his/her personal informations for us in filing in the prepared visa application form. The next step, we will email him/her back the prepared application form and all paperworks, including the updated Checklist File which issued from the Thai consulate.
After receiving our documents, it would differ lightly from the process in Europe, the applicant must send his/her passport and our prepared documents to the third party’s address in Europe. Then the third party (the applicant’s relatives or intimate) just have to proceed as we indicate in the Checklist before sending the applicant’s passport and all items to the Thai Consulate in Europe. They will match our documents with the applicant’s visa application and will return his/her passport with a visa stamped through the self-addressed envelope by the Certified Mail Service. For this circumstance, the applicant’s passport and a visa stamped which issued from the Thai consulate will be first returned to the third party’s address. Then they can send back the applicant’s passport to the address in the country where he/she is residing at that time.