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Thailand Visa

Discussion in 'Visa and Passport' started by dsutar1, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. dsutar1

    dsutar1 New Member

    I want information about Thailand 6 month multiple entry visa details.

  2. ChaiNashta

    ChaiNashta Active Member

    Thailand has visa on arrival for Indian citizens. If you are an Indian, just buy a ticket and you just need your passport and they will stamp it on arrival.

  3. HarshM

    HarshM New Member

    Here's information on obtaining a 6-month multiple entry visa for Thailand:

    Thailand Multiple Entry Tourist Visa (METV)

    This visa allows you to enter and leave Thailand multiple times within a validity period of 6 months from the date of issuance, with each stay not exceeding 60 days. It's a good option for people who plan on making return visits to Thailand during their 6-month period.


    The eligibility requirements for a Thai multiple-entry tourist visa can vary depending on your nationality. However, some general requirements include:

    • A valid passport with an expiry date of at least 6 months beyond your intended stay in Thailand and with at least one blank page for the visa stamp.
    • Completed visa application form.
    • One recent passport-sized photograph.
    • Proof of onward or return flight ticket.
    • Proof of sufficient financial means: This typically involves showing bank statements or financial documents that demonstrate you have at least 10,000 baht per person (or 20,000 baht per family) for your stay.
    • Some embassies or consulates may require additional documents, so it's best to check with the specific Thai embassy or consulate you'll be applying through.

    The visa fee can vary depending on your nationality and the embassy or consulate you apply through. It's generally around USD $120 - $180.

    Application Process:

    There are two main ways to apply for a Thai multiple-entry tourist visa:

    1. Apply in person: This involves submitting your application and documents at the Thai embassy or consulate in your home country.
    2. Apply through a visa agency: This can be a more convenient option, but it will typically involve additional service fees.
    Processing Time:

    The processing time for a Thai multiple-entry tourist visa can vary depending on your nationality and the workload of the embassy or consulate. It typically takes between 15 to 30 business days.

    Important Notes:

    • A visa issuance doesn't guarantee entry into Thailand. Immigration officials have the final authority to grant entry upon arrival.
    • You cannot extend your stay in Thailand beyond the 60-day limit per visit granted with the visa. If you wish to stay longer, you'll need to apply for a visa extension within Thailand before your current authorized stay expires.
    • There are other types of Thai visas available for longer stays or specific purposes like working or studying. Research these options if they better suit your needs.
    Here are some resources where you can find more information on the Thai multiple-entry tourist visa:

    I hope this information helps!