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Passport and Visa Introduction
General tourist visa
How to apply for Thailand General tourist visa
Thailand visa on arrival
Transit Visa (Transit Visa)
Thailand tourism, how to renew the visa expiration
Frequently asked questions
Students, the first thing you need to do when you go abroad is to get your passport. Note: A passport is a legal document issued by a country to prove the nationality and identity of a citizen when he or she enters or leaves the country and travels or resides abroad.
The specific procedures for applying for a passport are as follows :1. Take your ID card or household registration book to the place of residence, the entry and exit department of the sub-county bureau, the entry and exit department of the Municipal Bureau or the travel agency participating in the tour to obtain the "Chinese Citizen's Application for Approval Form for private country (territory)" (hereinafter referred to as the "Application Form"). 2. Fill Out the Application Form 3. Submit the application. When submitting the application, you must bring the following materials A, the original ID card and household registration book, the first page of the household registration book, the copy of the information page and the change page and the ID card; B. Completed original application form; C, meet the requirements of a color photo. 4, the passport holder to collect: with my application for receipt and payment fees, and carry ID card or account book, to accept the application to obtain documents; Agent of others: the agent takes the application receipt, the copy of my ID card and the identity of the passport applicant to the immigration department for collection; At the door: on the day of passport application, go to the immigration counter with the application receipt and pay the fee.
A Visa is an endorsement or seal issued by a sovereign organ of a country on a passport or other travel document held by a citizen of a country or a foreign country to allow him or her to enter or leave the country or go through the procedures at the border, or it can be said to be an endorsement certificate issued to them.
Visas are usually signed on the passport (Thai visas are affixed directly to the passport), some are signed on other travel documents in place of the passport, and some are issued separately. China's current visa has diplomatic visa, courtesy visa, official visa and ordinary visa four kinds. For tourists, an ordinary visa is all that is required.
Thailand visa is very easy to handle, the cost of tourist visa is 230 yuan/person, the validity period is 3 months, the longest stay is 30 days (some free travel to Thailand can stay for the longest time is 60 days, the date is subject to the visa officer stamp), the embassy needs 1-2 working days.
Documents required :1. Passport with a validity period of six months; 2. Complete the application form; 3. Two recent photos of 2 inches.
Thailand free travel, the longest stay time: generally get a visa to start, when entering the country will be given a 60-day stay time. Get your passport stamped when you enter the country. Keep an eye on the time.
Proof of deposit just go to the bank to print a balance of more than 10,000 yuan of deposit documents on the proof, do not open a formal mortgage certificate, so you can omit 20 yuan, the bank will not tell you, a family to open a certificate, you need to provide a copy of the account to prove that is a family, if everyone opens a certificate does not need.
The unit certifies the years of service, salary, guarantee to come back to work after vacation, stamp the official seal, and have the Title/Logo
Passport. Don't copy it. Just take it. No ID
Household register and photocopy to prove family relationship
Visa application template
After submitting the application materials, take the list to the Bank of China downstairs to pay the visa fee, and get the visa two days later
For passengers who require a VISA ON ARRIVAL, please do so at the "Visa on Arrival" counter upon arrival at the first or second terminal.
Please complete the application form (TR-15), which can be obtained at the counter or on the flight, and attach a 2-inch photograph (4X6 CM) taken within the last six months, or at the counter photography station if you do not have a photo in advance.
Fill in the entry and exit card (TM6) correctly and completely from the flight attendant.
In the application form and the entry and exit card, please clearly indicate the address of your stay in Thailand and the address of the local travel agency.
Visa fee on arrival: THB 1,000 per person (THB only, can be exchanged at the foreign exchange office near the counter).
Be sure to provide proof of your return ticket, preferably in English. If you only have the ticket certificate in Chinese, you need to pay a little more.
Travellers are required to provide adequate living expenses during their stay in Thailand, at least THB 20,000 (US $500) per person, or THB 40,000 (US $1,000) per family.
A complete passport with a validity period of at least six months is required.
Prepare the above documents and apply to the counter together with the original personal passport.
Note: 1. If the group applies for visa on arrival, the group leader should apply at the express window. 2. No gratuity is required to be paid to the hosting officer except for the visa fee of THB 1,000.
All visas must be applied for in person, take two working days, and the passport is valid for more than six months.
Transit visa: Visa fee 180RMB
Those whose destination is a third country who transit only from Thailand, or who return to China from a third country via Thailand need to apply for such a visa. When applying for a transit visa, the following materials should be submitted: fill out the transit visa application form in triplicate, the application form must be signed by the person, three 2-inch color photos within six months, a valid visa to a third country or a certificate that does not require a border visa to enter the country; Show a ticket to and from Thailand (including the ticket number) with confirmed round-trip time, which must indicate the date of flight to Thailand and a third country or the date of return to China via Thailand from a third country, and submit a copy of the ticket, a copy of the passport and a copy of the passport.
Special note: The transit visa must be handled in advance at the Thai embassy in China, and cannot be handled on the spot in Thailand.
The tourist visa is a single entry, if you need to leave Thailand and return, you can apply for a Re-entry visa (re-entry visa) before leaving the country, just fill out an application form and attach a 2-inch photo. The second entry visa is applied for at the airport after changing the boarding pass and before entering the customs; Land exit is before departure formalities. Visa fee: 1000 baht
Friends who sign on arrival need to look for this place, Bangkok WATTANA Road city office area has been open to the end of the B office building.
Among them, the visa extension fee is 1900 pigs, and remember to bring ID photos when going out, such as these temporary procedures are needed.
Q: I only have an Indian visa. If I bought two tickets - Bangkok and Bangkok-Kolkata, do I need to apply for a Thai visa when I transfer in Bangkok? A: If it is Asian shipping, yes, and it has to be done twice. If it is convenient for you to go to the embassy or consulate, it is better and cheapest to apply for two transit visas first.
Q: About Visa renewal: Travel agencies and other agents will submit passports to the Thai Embassy in China for visas. The validity of the passports is 90 days. After arriving in Thailand, the immigration department is responsible for issuing the maximum residence period at the time of entry, which is usually 15 days, 30 days and 60 days. After entering the country, if you need to renew the visa, you need to go through the formalities at the immigration bureau. Generally, it is not recommended to renew the visa, which will affect the success of the visa intermediary before the next trip to Thailand, and the Thai Embassy in China generally only provides visa services for teams and intermediaries.
Pirated works are not allowed into the country. Even legal works such as books, audio tapes, computer software, art, etc., each work is limited to one copy per person.
There is blue free near the luggage carousel in Bangkok Airport, Thailand, and you can contact the outside world in case of emergencies.
The Thai Museum Section, Wildlife Conservation Section, Customs Department, Thailand, as well as the Thai Embassy, consulate or overseas representative office, can obtain manuals and folios on the foreign exchange system and the requirements of the system, and inform them to purchase those items and to apply for approval from the relevant Thai authorities before leaving the country.
In Thailand, the purchase of large Buddha statues, antiques, artworks (except small souvenirs) that require special packaging must first obtain an export license from the relevant main authorities or merchants, so as to submit to the customs inspection when leaving the country. A bottle of wine (1 kg), a carton of cigarettes (200 sticks) and other personal items (such as a camera, a video camera, personal jewellery, etc.) can be purchased from duty-free traders.
Luggage should not be entrusted, even at the request of fellow group members, tour leaders or tour guides, in order to avoid breaking the law by carrying contraband such as drugs and firearms.