Visa to Thailand

Här kan du beställa visum till Thailand. Om du ska stanna i Thailand i mer än 60 dagar måste du ha ett visum. Vårt pris inkluderar både myndighetsavgift och vår serviceavgift. Läs mer om varje visumtyp längre ner på sidan.

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Tourist visa single entry (60 days)
950 kr
Tourist visa multiple entries (6 months)
2.950 kr
Pensioner visa single entry ("O" 90 days)
1.950 kr
Non-immigrant ("O-A" 1 year)
2.950 kr
Family visa single entry (90 days)
1.950 kr
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How to apply for a visa to Thailand

Step 1

Choose your visa type that suits you and pay for your chosen visa. Read more here under which visa to order. 

Step 2

Below you can read more about which documents/documents you need to fill in.

Step 3

Reply to the confirmation email you have received and attach all the necessary documents/documents you have filled out.

Visa types to Thailand

With a single-entry tourist visa to Thailand, you can stay in the country for up to 60 days. In addition, there is the possibility to extend your visa on the spot in Thailand by another 30 days, giving you a total of 90 days per entry. To extend your visa, you must visit the Immigration Bureau in person while in Thailand.

From the time you have received a granted tourist visa for one entry, you must travel to Thailand within 3 months, as the validity period of this visa is 3 months. The moment you land in Thailand, the days for the visa start to count.

Handling time is between 1 and 2 weeks

To apply, we need the following documents and information from you:

  • A fully completed application form. You can download the form by click here.
  • A copy of your passport. The copied page must be the identity page of the passport and the passport must be valid for at least 6 months on the date of entry.
  • A copy of your flight ticket or booking confirmation, clearly showing the entry and exit dates.
  • Confirmation of hotel booking. Alternatively, you can use a lease or proof of residence on your own.
  • Personbevis med folbokföringsadress (kan laddas ner från Skatteverket.se).

With a tourist visa for multiple entries to Thailand, you can stay in the country for up to 60 days on each entry. In addition, there is the possibility to extend your visa on the spot in Thailand by another 30 days, giving you a total of 90 days per entry. A multi-entry tourist visa is valid for 6 months, which means you must make an entry no later than 6 months after the visa is granted.

From the time you have received a granted tourist visa for one entry, you must travel to Thailand within 3 months, as the validity period of this visa is 3 months. The moment you land in Thailand, the days for the visa start to count.

Handling time is between 1 and 2 weeks

To apply for a visa to Thailand, we need the following documents and information from you:

  • A fully completed application form. You can download the form by click here.
  • A copy of your passport. The copied page must be the identity page of the passport and the passport must be valid for at least 6 months on the date of entry.

  • A copy of your flight ticket or booking confirmation, clearly showing the entry and exit dates.
  • Confirmation of hotel booking. Alternatively, you can use a lease or proof of residence on your own.
  • Evidence of sufficient funding. A bank certificate or account statement works well, and you must be able to show that you have at least SEK 19,000 in the last 6 months.
  • A scanned copy of your most recent visa or passport stamp. More information can be found in this form if you have no previous travel history to Thailand.
  • Personbevis med folbokföringsadress (kan laddas ner från Skatteverket.se).

If you are a retiree planning to travel to Thailand, you have the option of applying for a Non-Immigrant Visa “O” retiree visa. This option is only available for single entry.

Easy entry: With this option, you can enter and stay in Thailand for up to 90 days. If you want to stay longer than that, you have the option to extend your visa at Immigration in Thailand, before the 90 days have expired. For any questions regarding visa extensions, you should contact Thailand Immigration directly.

Handling time is between 1 and 2 weeks

To apply for a Non-Immigrant Visa "O" retiree visa, you need:

  • A fully completed application form. You can download the form by click here.
  • An identity card (can be ordered from the Swedish Tax Agency)
  • A scanned copy of the identity page of your passport. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the planned entry date.
  • A scanned copy of the most recent visa or stamp in the passport within the last year. If you have not made any trips in the last year, please fill in this form.
  • Proof of funding. Attach a certificate of income from a pension of at least SEK 18,500 per month (after tax). If your pension does not meet this requirement, you can instead supplement with a bank certificate showing that you have at least SEK 235,000 in your account.

This visa is for you who are over 50 years old and want to stay in Thailand for up to 1 year. When you are granted a Non-immigrant Visa "O-A", you must travel to Thailand within 1 year, and you can stay there for a maximum of 1 year. Once you are in Thailand, you can extend your Non-immigrant Visa "O-A" visa by one year at a time. A Non-immigrant Visa "O-A" visa gives you the freedom to travel in and out of Thailand whenever you want (ie multiple entries) during its validity period.

Handling time is between 1 and 2 weeks

To apply for the Non-Immigrant Visa "O-A" you need the following documents:

  • A fully completed application form. You can download the form by click here.
  • A scanned copy of the identity page of your passport. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the planned entry date.
  • A scanned copy of the most recent visa or stamp in the passport within the last year. If you have not made any trips in the last year, please fill in this form.
  • Proof of funding. Attach a certificate of income from a pension of at least SEK 18,500 per month (after tax). If your pension does not meet this requirement, you can instead supplement with a bank certificate showing that you have at least SEK 236,000 in your account. All certificates must have a stamp and signature.
  • An identity card in English (can be ordered from the Swedish Tax Agency)
  • An extract from the encumbrance register in English. Ordered from the Police.
  • A medical certificate in English that has been issued by a Swedish healthcare clinic. This form must be filled in.
  • A health insurance covering at least $100,000. The insurance must be valid from the day you travel from Sweden and throughout your trip. The insurance company you choose must fill out this form.

Once you are in Thailand, you must report every 90 days to the local police or Immigration Bureau. This is done 7 days before each 90-day period ends.

Om din make/maka, barn eller förälder är thailändsk medborgare och du planerar att besöka Thailand, har du möjlighet att ansöka om ett Familjevisum (Non-immigrant Visa ”Spouse”).

Easy entry: With this option, you can enter and stay in Thailand for up to 90 days. If you want to stay longer than that, you have the option to extend your visa at Immigration in Thailand before the 90 days have expired. For all questions regarding visa extensions, you should contact Immigration in Thailand directly.

To apply for a Family Visa, you need the following documents:

  • A fully completed application form. You can download the form by click here.
  • A family certificate (can be ordered from the Swedish Tax Agency).
  • A scanned copy of the identity page of your passport. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the planned entry date.
  • A written invitation in the form of a letter or email from your spouse or relative.
  • A proof of financing, such as salary statements, bank account statements, pension specification etc. There are no official requirements for how much money you should have in your bank account.
  • A scanned copy of the most recent visa or stamp in the passport within the last year. If you have not made any trips in the last year, please fill in this form.

Other documents needed to prove your relationship:

If you are married to a Thai citizen, the following documents are required:

  • Marriage certificate (one copy)
  • A copy of your Thai spouse's ID card
  • A copy of house registration in Thailand for spouse

If you are the child of a Thai citizen, the following is needed:

  • A birth certificate
  • A copy of your Thai parent's ID card
  • A copy of house registration in Thailand for your parents

If you are the parent of a Thai citizen:

  • A birth certificate for your child
  • A copy of your Thai child's ID card
  • Information regarding accommodation in Thailand
  • A copy of your flight booking

If your spouse, child or parent is a Thai citizen and you plan to visit Thailand, you have the option of applying for a Family Visa (Non-immigrant Visa "Spouse"). There are two visa options: Single Entry and Multiple Entry.

Multiple entries: This option gives you the opportunity to make several entries to Thailand during a year. With each entry, you can stay in the country for up to 90 days.

To apply for a Family Visa, you need the following documents:

  • A fully completed application form. You can download the form by click here.
  • A family certificate (can be ordered from the Swedish Tax Agency).
  • A scanned copy of the identity page of your passport. The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the planned entry date.
  • A written invitation in the form of a letter or email from your spouse or relative.
  • A proof of financing, such as salary statements, bank account statements, pension specification etc. There are no official requirements for how much money you should have in your bank account.
  • A scanned copy of the most recent visa or stamp in the passport within the last year. If you have not made any trips in the last year, please fill in this form.

Other documents needed to prove your relationship:

If you are married to a Thai citizen, the following documents are required:

  • Marriage certificate (one copy)
  • A copy of your Thai spouse's ID card
  • A copy of house registration in Thailand for spouse

If you are the child of a Thai citizen, the following is needed:

  • A birth certificate
  • A copy of your Thai parent's ID card
  • A copy of house registration in Thailand for your parents

If you are the parent of a Thai citizen:

  • A birth certificate for your child
  • A copy of your Thai child's ID card
  • Information regarding accommodation in Thailand
  • A copy of your flight booking

What is an E-Visa?

Starting in the 2000s, many countries introduced E-visas and Electronic Travel Authorizations (ETAs) as an alternative to traditional visas. ETAs are pre-arrival registrations that can be officially or unofficially classified as visas depending on the issuing jurisdiction. They are required for exempt foreign travelers. If an ETA application is rejected, the traveler can choose to apply for a visa instead. E-visas are visas that travelers can easily apply for with us on My Visa and get online without visiting consulates or visa agencies. Read more about what an E-visa is

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