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NON-IMMIGRANT VISA-B (WORKING)

 

          This page contains information on document requirement for applicants who wish to be employed in Thailand. Please check your eligibility to apply for visa at the Royal Thai Embassy, Singapore, at Instructions for visa application

Types and validity of Non-Immigrant Visa-B:
       •Single-Entry: valid for 90 days after the date of application. Visa holders may contact the Immigration Bureau of Thailand, after entering Thailand, for the extension of stay and re-entry permit.

 

          Required documents for Non-Immigrant Visa-B applicants are as follows:

1. Visa Application form(s) and photograph(s): Completed the Online Visa Application (OVA) at least 21 working days before the intended date of travel (http://visaonline.thaiembassy.sg/),
sign Visa Application form as well as bring recent photographs (size 3.5x4.5 cm). Applicants are required to present:

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    2 application forms

    and 2 photographs

    3 application forms 

    and 3 photographs

    4 application forms 

    and 4 photographs

    • Nigeria
    • Afghanistan
    • Algeria
    • Bangladesh
    • China
    • Egypt
    • Ghana
    • Iraq
    • Lebanon
    • Liberia
    • Libya
    • Nepal
    • North Korea
    • Pakistan
    • Palestine
    • Sri Lanka
    • Sudan
    • Syria
    • Yemen
    • Iran

    Remark: Applicant from Nigeria must submit letter from employer and certificate of Clearance issued by the National Drug Law Enfrocement Agency of Nigeria (NDLEA) that is certified by Nigerian Misistry of Foreign Affairs and Royal Thai Embassy in Abuja

    **The Royal Thai Embassy reserves the right to reject any visa application with insufficient documents or if the reasons given are not fully supported. The visa fee is non-refundable**

2. Passport (valid no less than 6 months)

3. Business-related Documents:

     3.1 Invitation letter* from the employer in Thailand, indicating details of employment, including position, salary and length of contract (if any)

     3.2 Approval Letter from Ministry of Labour (WP3) issued by the Office of Foreign Workers Administration, Department of Employment, Ministry of Labour, Mit-Maitree Road, Din-daeng District, Bangkok, Tel: +662-245-2745, (Japanese nationals are exempted from submitting this document, in accordance with JTEPA). Other documents which could be used to replace WP3 Approval Letter include a letter from the Board of Investment, universities, schools, international organisations or charitable organisations.

     3.3
 Evidence of qualification (e.g. university certificates) and evidence of previous employment (e.g. letter from previous company)


     3.4
 Additional requirements for special professions:

          3.4.1 School Teachers
        - Curriculum vitae/resume

        - Proof of no criminal records in English (NOT more than 3 months)
        - A teaching license
        - Applicants for private school’s teacher are also required to submit a letter from the Ministry of Education In Thailand            

          3.4.2 Professional Sport Players
        - Evidence of previous overseas employment must be in English and certified by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of that 
country or relevant authorities
        - Proof of no criminal/drug offence record issued by relevant authority of the country in which the applicants had a previous residency (NOT more than 3 months)

    3.5 The company/organization’s registration documents

  • Business license
  • Affidafit 
  • Value added Tax (VAT) registration document (Phor-Phor 20)
  • Latest Balance Sheet (Financial Statement)

4. A copy of flight ticket to Thailand

5. Dependents Applicant’s family members, namely; spouse, parents or children who are unmarried and under 20 years old, are eligible to apply for Single-Entry Non-Immigrant O-visa. Required documents are the same as required documents for Non-Immigrant B-visa plus marriage certificate and birth certificate (Document issued by Non-Thai and Non- Singaporean Authorities MUST be certified by the its Embassy prior to submission).  Civil partnership certificate is not acceptable.

6. Singapore’s Long-term pass If applicable, a copy of the applicant’s long-term pass (e.g. Singapore Blue IC and Re-Entry Permit Form 7 (for Singapore’s Permanent Residents), Employment Pass, Personalised Employment Pass, S Pass, Work Permit, Entry pass, Training Employment Pass, Student Pass, Dependent Pass, Long Term Social Visit Pass, or Professional Visit Pass). All passes must show its validity of at least two months. If the pass validity is less than 2 months, a letter of explanation from the guarantor (e.g. employer/spouse’s employer) is required.

7. Application fee (Cash only in Singapore Dollar – Non-refundable) S$100 for Single-Entry Non-Immigrant Visa-B.

8. Other documents: as may be requested by Consular officers in addition to the documents above. Please note that Consular officers reserve the right to require additional documents, or an interview, as deemed necessary, without prior notice.

The Royal Thai Embassy reserves the right not to accept any visa application whereby any required document is absent. If the above procedures are not completed, the official will not proceed with your application.

**The Royal Thai Embassy reserves the right to reject any visa application with insufficient documents or if the reasons given are not fully supported. The visa fee is non-refundable**

All documents: Documents in languages other than Thai or English have to be translated into either Thai or English and notarised by notary organs or relevant diplomatic/consular missions. Please find the attached file: the Standard Procedure for foreigners who wish to work in Thailand.