If you are a foreign national who is engaged to a Thai citizen and you wish to marry in Thailand, you may apply for a Fiance Visa or a Non-Immigrant Visa (Category O). Here are the general steps for requesting a Fiance Visa in Thailand:
- Submit the application: You can submit your application in person at the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in your country, or through a visa processing service. You will need to complete a visa application form, provide your passport, a passport-size photo, and a copy of your fiance’s Thai ID card and house registration.
- Provide evidence of the relationship: You will need to provide evidence of your relationship with your fiance, such as emails, photos, and other documents that demonstrate that you have met and have a genuine relationship.
- Provide a letter of intent to marry: You will need to provide a letter of intent to marry, which states your intention to marry your fiance in Thailand.
- Pay the visa fee: You will need to pay the visa fee, which varies depending on your country of origin and the type of visa you are applying for.
- Wait for approval: The processing time for a Fiance Visa in Thailand varies, but it typically takes between 2-7 business days. In some cases, you may be asked to provide additional documents or information.
- Receive your visa: If your visa application is approved, you will receive your visa stamped in your passport.
Once you arrive in Thailand, you will need to apply for an extension of stay and a marriage visa at the Immigration Bureau. You will need to provide additional documents, such as a marriage certificate, proof of financial support, and a medical certificate.
It is important to note that the requirements and procedures for obtaining a Fiance Visa in Thailand may vary depending on your country of origin and the specific circumstances of your case. It is advisable to consult with the Royal