Standard Procedure for Non-Thai Nationals Seeking Permission to Enter Thailand

As per the Regulation issued under Section 9 of the Emergency Decree on Public Administration in Emergency Situations B.E. 2548 (2005) (No. 12), non-Thai nationals who may be permitted to enter into Thailand are the following.

Non-Thai Nationals

who may be permitted  to enter into Thailand

·  Spouse, Children or Parents of a Thai National holding legal documents to prove the relationship to the Thai National;

·   details as per 2.1

·  Holder of Certificate of Residence or permitted to have residence in Thailand;

·  details as per 2.2

·  Holder of a valid Work Permit or having been granted permission to work in Thailand, including spouse and children;

·  details as per 2.3

·  Student in an educational institution approved by Thai authorities, including parents or guardian;

·  details as per 2.4

·  Patient in need of medical treatment, including accompanying persons, except for treatment for
COVID-19
;·   details as per 2.5

 

  1. Prior to Travel to Thailand

1.1 The above-mentioned non-Thai nationals residing in India must apply for a Certificate of Entry (COE) and entry visa (if necessary) prior to travelling to Thailand.

1.2 Non-Thai nationals may submit the required documents in accordance with  their place of residence in India as follows:

 

Residential States and Territories in India Submit Documents via e-mail to
New Delhi, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Punjab, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Chandigarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Lakshadweep, Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh

 

Royal Thai Embassy,

New Delhi

 

e-mail: thaidel.consular.coe@gmail.com

Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Telangana and Puducherry Royal Thai Consulate-General,  Chennai

 

e-mail: rtcgchennai.coe@gmail.com

Bihar, Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Andaman and Nicobar Islands Royal Thai Consulate-General, Kolkata

 

e-mail: thaiconsular.ccu@gmail.com

 

Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Goa Royal Thai Consulate-General, Mumbai

 

online registration: https://tinyurl.com/yxg7vbfw

e-mail: thaiconsularmumbai@gmail.com

 

  1. Required Documents for Applying for a COE

     2.1 For non-Thai national spouse, parents or children of Thai national

(1) Copy of a valid passport

(2) Copy of a valid Thai visa (if any)

(3) Copy of Thai national’s valid passport or ID card

(4) Letter from the Thai national concerned specifying the supporting reason/s for the entry into Thailand of the non-Thai national/s;

(5) Copy of the marriage certificate or document issued by government authority to certify the marital status (The Indian marriage certificate with a Thai national has to be registered under the Special Marriage Act)

(6) Copy of the birth certificate or document issued by a government authority to certify the relationship between the children and the Thai national

(7) Copy of the Declaration Form, completely filled-in and signed (as per Attachment)

(8) A health insurance policy covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 throughout the duration of stay in Thailand with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000.- (US Dollars one hundred thousand)

(9) Copy of the air ticket reservation

(10) A confirmed reservation of the Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) facility for a period of 14 days from the date of the arrival at his/her own expense.  List of ASQ facilities is available at http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en/2020/07/asq-hotel-list/.

 

2.2 Non-Thai national holding Certificate of Residence or permitted to have residence in Thailand

(1) Copy of a valid Certificate of Residence with re-entry permit, or

(2) Copy of Travel Document for Aliens (T.D.) issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand with a re-entry permit

(3) Copy of a valid passport

(4) Copy of a valid Thai visa

(5) Copy of the Declaration Form, completely filled-in and signed (as per Attachment)

(6) A health insurance policy covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 throughout the duration of stay in Thailand with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000.- (one hundred thousand US Dollars);

(7) Copy of the air ticket reservation;

(8) A confirmed reservation of the Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) facility for a period of 14 days from the date of the arrival at his/her own expense.  List of ASQ facilities is available at http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en/2020/07/asq-hotel-list/.

 

2.3 Non-Thai national holding a valid Work Permit or having been granted permission to work in Thailand, including spouse or children

(1) Copy of a valid passport

(2) Copy of a valid Thai Work Permit, or

(3) Copy of letter issued by the relevant authorities of Thailand indicating permission for working purposes (e.g. WP3, Board of Investment – BOI letter) excluding, volunteers, actors, religious practitioners and retirement visa holders

(4) Copy of marriage certificate or document issued by a government authority to certify marital status with the spouse

(5) Copy of birth certificate or document issued by a government authority to certify the relationship with the child/children

(6) Copy of a valid Thai visa (if any)

(7) Copy of the Declaration Form, completely filled-in and signed (as per Attachment)

(8) A health insurance policy covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 throughout the duration of stay in Thailand with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000.- (US Dollars one hundred thousand)

(9) Copy of the air ticket reservation

(10) A confirmed reservation for the Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) facility for a period of 14 days from the date of the arrival at his/her own expense.
List of ASQ facilities is available at http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en/2020/07/asq-hotel-list/.

 

     2.4 Non-Thai national student of educational establishment in Thailand  approved by Thai authorities, including their parents or guardian

(1) Copy of a valid passport of the student

(2) Copy of a valid passport of the parents or guardian

(3) Copy of a valid Thai visa/ valid re-entry visa (if any)

(4) Copy of the birth certificate or other document issued by a government authority to certify the relationship with the parents or guardian

(5) Copy of letter from the school/ university certifying the student status or a letter of acceptance from the school/ university

(6) Letter from the government authority administering the school (not applicable to international schools and universities)

(8) Copy of the Declaration Form, completely filled-in and signed (as per Attachment)

(9) A health insurance policy covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 throughout the duration of stay in Thailand with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000.- (US Dollars one hundred thousand)

(10)  Copy of the air ticket reservation

(11) A confirmed reservation for the Alternative State Quarantine
(ASQ) facility at his/her own expense (List of ASQ facilities is available at http://newdelhi.thaiembassy.org/en/2020/07/asq-hotel-list/) or Organizational Quarantine by the educational establishment for a period of 14 days from the date of the arrival at his/her own expense)

 

2.5 Non-Thai national in need of medical treatment in Thailand, except for treatment for COVID-19, including accompanying persons

(1) Copy of a valid passport of the patient

(2) Copy of valid passports of the accompanying persons (maximum 3 persons)

(3) In case of immediate family, a document to certify the relationship with the accompanying persons

(4) A Patient Referral Note/ Letter issued by the sending hospital in India stating medical reasons for treatment in Thailand

(5) A Note/ Letter of Admittance for treatment issued by the hospital in Thailand, together with a confirmation of Hospital Quarantine (HQ) for 14 days for the patient and the accompanying persons

(6) A financial document/ evidence to ensure availability of adequate financial resources to cover the medical expenses incurred during the treatment in Thailand

(7) Copy of the Declaration Form, completely filled-in and signed (as per Attachment)

(8) A health insurance policy covering medical expenses in Thailand and also including COVID-19 treatment with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000.- (US Dollars one hundred thousand)

(9) Copy of the air ticket reservation

 

  1. Upon collection of the COE and Entry Visa (if needed)

3.1 The Embassy/ Consulate-General will notify the approval of the COE to the applicant(s).

3.2 If visa application is needed, the applicant shall submit a visa application form (completely fill-in and signed) and/or relevant documents according to the purpose of entry, i.e. the employment contract for applying for a business visa. The visa fee will be collected and is non-reimbursable.

3.3 Upon collecting the COE and Visa, every applicant shall present these necessary medical certificates:

(1) COVID-19-free Health Certificate, a medical certificate with RT-PCR laboratory result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected, issued no more than 72 hours prior to travel; and,

(2) Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel Health Certificate issued no more than 72 hours prior to travel.

Please note that if the applicant(s) is unable to present the above-mentioned medical certificates, the Embassy/ Consulates-General in India will not issue a COE to the applicant(s).

 

  1. Upon entry into Thailand

The non-Thai national is required to present the following documents upon arrival at the airport in Thailand:

4.1 COE issued by the Embassy or Consulate-General;

4.2 Declaration Form, duly filled-in and signed;

4.3 Health insurance policy covering treatment and medical expenses related to COVID-19 with a minimum coverage of USD 100,000.- (US Dollars one hundred thousand);

4.4 COVID-19-free Health Certificate, being a medical certificate with RT-PCR laboratory result indicating that COVID-19 is not detected, issued no more than 72 hours prior to travel; and,

4.5 Fit to Fly or Fit to Travel Health Certificate issued no more than 72 hours prior to travel.

 

  1. Attention

5.1 Tourist (TR), Transit (TS, S), Non-Immigrant type R (Religious), O-A (Long Stay), O-X (Long Stay) and Special Entry/Privilege Entry (Holder of Thailand Privilege Card (Elite Card)) are currently not eligible to enter to Thailand.

5.2 In case of a change in the date of travel, please notify the Embassy or the Consulate-General at the earliest opportunity. Failing to do so, will mean that the
non-Thai national will not be able to enter Thailand.

5.3 The Embassy and Consulates-General will not be held responsible for any expenses that may occur arising from the change in the date of travel.

 

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