Visa exemption upon arrival is offered to nationals of 64 countries with which Thailand has bilateral agreements. These citizens do not need to submit a visa application in advance since they are exempt upon arrival. Beginning on October 1, 2022, and ending on March 31, 2023, visitors who meet the requirements for Visa Exemption on Arrival will be permitted to extend their stay in Thailand for up to 45 days. These passengers do not need to apply in advance if they hold a valid passport from one of 19 other countries; visas can be issued upon arrival. Beginning on October 1, 2022, and concluding on March 31, 2023, visitors to Thailand who are eligible for a Visa on Arrival will be able to extend their stay for up to 30 days. If you reside outside of Thailand, you can apply for a tourist visa for stays of up to 60 days in advance via the e-Visa website or at a Thai Embassy or Consulate in your country. E-extension, short for electronic extension, is a new service that the Immigration Bureau of Thailand established recently. It is hoped that the service will make extending visas for foreign nationals in Thailand easier, cheaper, and faster than it is today.

You must print the approved visa and bring it with you on your flight to Thailand in order for immigration officers to process it upon arrival. The service is currently available at 38 embassies and consulates in 23 countries, including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Finland, Poland, Austria, Romania, the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece, France, Portugal, Switzerland, and China (including Hong Kong). Recent developments have expanded the number of embassies and consulates throughout the world that can issue electronic visas to nine. Visa applications for Thailand are now available online in 23 countries worldwide. The official e-Visa website enables people from 23 nations to apply online for each type of visa necessary to enter Thailand. This comprises business and tourist visas. By creating an online account, filling out an application form, uploading any supporting documents, paying the visa fee, waiting for the visa to be processed, and receiving an email with the approved visa attached, you can skip visiting an embassy. The length of time you intend to spend in Thailand as a tourist will determine if you are required to submit a visa application in advance. Thailand has just extended the number of days that tourists can remain during the High Season.

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