Starting from now on, all visa applicants who wish to submit their applications to Royal Thai Consulate-General in New York, must submit the relevant form at this link

VISAS

Thailand Visa and Certificate of Entry (COE)
( The following regulations applied during COVID-19 situation until further notice )
Please kindly check Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) for more information

By virtue of Section 9 of the Emergency Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situations B.E. 2548 (2005) and Section 11 of the State Administration Act B.E. 2534 (1991), the entry to Thailand is permitted for particular persons in the exempted list. The list for non-Thai nationals includes the following:

(1) Exempted  persons or persons who are specified, permitted or invited by the Prime Minister or Chief official responsible for remedying the emergency situation to enter into the Kingdom pertaining to necessity, whereby conditions and time frames may also be prescribed;

(2) Persons on diplomatic or consular missions or under International organizations, or representatives of foreign governments or agencies performing their duties in Thailand, or any other persons in international agencies, that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs gives permission pertaining to necessity, including their spouse, parents, or children; (click here for more information)

(3) Non-Thai nationals who are spouses, parents, or children of Thai nationals (click here for more information)

(4) Non-Thai nationals who have a certificate of residence, or have been permitted to take up residency in the Kingdom, including their spouses or children; (click here for more information)

(5) Non-Thai nationals who have a work permit or have been granted permission to work in the Kingdom in accordance with Thai laws, including their spouses or children (click here for more information); or Migrant workers, who have been granted permission, to work in Thailand (For Migrant workers, the applicants may contact their employers directly for more information);

(6) Non-Thai nationals who are students of educational establishments in Thailand approved by Thai authorities, including their parents or guardians, except for students of non-formal schools in accordance with laws on private schools or of any other similar private educational establishments; (click here for more information)

(7) Non-Thai nationals who need to receive medical treatment in Thailand, including their accompanying persons, except for treatment for COVID-19 (click here for more information)

(8) Non-Thai nationals who are permitted to enter the Kingdom under a special arrangement with a foreign country or have been granted permission by the Prime Minister – all of whom must strictly adhere to the Kingdom’s communicable disease prevention and control.

>>  For Media production or Filming  (click here for more information)

>> For Thailand Privilege Cardholders, please contact Thailand Privilege Card Co., Ltd. (Thailand Elite) directly to request for authorization. At this stage, without authorization from Thailand, the Royal Thai Embassy can’t issue COE for Elite cardholders. (click here for more information)

>> For Thailand long stay/retirement visa (O-A & O-X) (click here for more information)

>> For Conducting business/Meeting or Investing/Saving in Thailand with no less than $100,000 (or 3 million baht) (click here for more information)

Persons under 2 – 8 must apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE) at the Royal Thai Embassy/Royal Thai Consulates-General and obtain a visa (if they do not already have one) at least 15 working days before the intended date of travel.

Currently, the following types of visas are NOT permitted to enter Thailand: Tourists visa holders (TR), Transit passengers (TS), Sports visa holders (S), Monks and other religious visa holders (R) and their spouses or children, Volunteers (O), and non-formal students visa holders (such as language schools, diving schools, boxing schools). Due to a high number of infection rate, the APEC card holders and the applicants who are currently in the USA and wish to obtain Special Tourist Visa (STV) do not fall under the categories that could enter Thailand at the moment, please check back regularly for any updates.

Regarding flights to Thailand, please be advised that normal commercial passenger flights into Thailand have been suspended until further notice. Nevertheless, the Thai Government organizes repatriation flights for Thai nationals to return to Thailand on a regular basis and the semi commercial flights that are permitted to enter Thailand. For the semi-commercial flights, please contact the airlines directly.

  • Semi-commercial flights (For the availability and flights information, please contact the airlines directly)

At present, certain air operators are permitted to operate semi-commercial flights to Thailand, including Austrian Airlines (VIE-BKK: OS025); Emirates (DXB-BKK: EK384); Qatar Airways (DOH-BKK: QR 830 & QR836); Etihad Airways (AUH-BKK: EY406); Lufthansa (FRA-BKK: LH772); Swiss Air (ZRH-BKK: LX180); EVA Air (TPE-BKK: BR211); Singapore Airlines (SIN-BKK: SQ976); Cathay Pacific (HKG-BKK: CX653). For KLM; Air France;  and Thai Airways flight details are not yet available.)

Before booking flights to Thailand with the above-mentioned air operators, travelers should ensure that they study the different categories of visas granted to foreign nationals at this time to determine the possibility of travel. Please note that having plane tickets does not guarantee entry to Thailand, non-Thai travelers must have all the required documents to enter Thailand. (Please note that the visa processing time is around 15 business days and you should plan your flight properly to minimize your risk of not getting a visa & COE in time):

  • Repatriation flights

The Thai Government organizes repatriation flights for Thai nationals to return to Thailand on a regular basis and the repatriation flights on various airlines have been scheduled for the following days (Please note that the visa processing time is around 15 business days and you should plan your flight properly to minimize your risk of not getting visa & COE in time):

Arriving in Thailand on 22 October 2020 – Asiana Airlines and Cathay Pacific

Arriving in Thailand on 23 October 2020 – Qatar Airways and Eva Air

Arriving in Thailand on 29 October 2020 – Korean Air and Asiana Airlines

Arriving in Thailand on 30 October 2020 – Qatar Airways and Eva Air

Arriving in Thailand on 31 October 2020 – Korean Air

Arriving in Thailand on 1 November 2020 – EVA Air

Arriving in Thailand on 5 November 2020 – Asiana Airlines

Arriving in Thailand on 7 November 2020 – Korean Air

Arriving in Thailand on 12 November 2020 – Cathay Pacific

Arriving in Thailand on 14 November 2020 – Qatar Airways

Arriving in Thailand on 19 November 2020 – Asiana Airlines

Arriving in Thailand on 20 November 2020 – All Nippon Airways

Arriving in Thailand on 28 November 2020 – Korean Air

If you wish to travel to Thailand on one of the above flights, please contact the travel agents authorized by the airlines directly to see if they can accommodate you.

***The information regarding the flight in the coming months,  travel regulations in the future and any official updates will be posted on the website as soon as it is available. Please check back regularly on the embassy’s website or closer to the travel date***

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English Version

How Thailand turned the tide on COVID-19

นิทรรศการออนไลน์ในโอกาสครบ 120 ปี 
วันคล้ายวันพระราชสมภพสมเด็จพระศรีนครินทราบรมราชชนนี

 

120 Years of Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra, the Princess Mother”: An online exhibition for the 120th Anniversary of the birth of Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra, the Princess Mother. In honor of this occasion, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has organized an online exhibition in gratitude of the many activities of the Princess Mother that have continued to yield benefits for the Thai people to this day.

ทางเลือกการเดินทางเข้าไทยสำหรับคนไทยในสหรัฐฯ เที่ยวบินพิเศษ VS กึ่งพาณิชย์

Thailand VISA

Starting from now on, all visa applicants who wish to submit their applications to Royal Thai Consulate-General in New York, must submit the relevant form at this link

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If you have any inquiry about a visa, Please call 212-754-1770 Ext.303 during business hour

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