Non Immigrant B - Conducting Business

Non Immigrant B - Conducting Business

วันที่นำเข้าข้อมูล 18 Oct 2023

วันที่ปรับปรุงข้อมูล 18 Oct 2023

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The applicant must submit the following relevant documents.

Documents from Inviting Thai Company

  1. A letter from the Thai Company addressed to the Embassy stating the purpose of inviting the applicant to visit Thailand.
  2. A copy of ID card of the Thai Company’s owner (in case the owner is a Thai national) or a copy of valid Passport and Work Permit (in case the owner is a foreigner).
  3. A copy of the Thai Company certificate (certified by the Registrar not more than 6 months).
  4. A copy of the Thai Company’s registration certificate (Form Por.Kor.0401).
  5. A copy of the Thai Company’s certificate of VAT registration (Form Por.Por.20), Application VAT Revising (Form Por.Por.09), Application VAT Registration (Form Por.Por.01), Memorandum of Association and List of Shareholders
    (Form Bor.Or.Jor.5) (certified by the Registrar not more than 6 months).
  6. A copy of the Company's latest financial statements (balance sheets; profit & loss statement) (certified by Ministry of Commerce or Revenue Department).
  7. A copy of the Company’s Income Tax Return for Companies or Juristic Partnerships (Form Por.Ngor.Dor.50) (certified by Ministry of Commerce or Revenue Department, together with the receipt).
  8. Approximately 6-7 color photographs of the Company’s building, Company’s signage, environment of workplace where the employees are working, office desks or building or warehouse, which show the nature of work, foreigner photo taken with director and attach a certified true copy of director’s ID card.

Documents from the Applicant

  1. A copy of Passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months.
  2. Visa application form completely filled out.
  3. Photograph (4 x 6 cm) of the applicant taken within the past 6 months.
  4. A copy of applicant’s Company business registration certificate.
  5. A Letter from the applicant’s company indicating the applicant’s position, length of employment, salary and purpose of visits to Thailand.
  6. Document showing business correspondence with trading partners/company in Thailand.
  7. Evidence of financial status in the case where the applicant is self-employed.



  • Consular officers reserve the rights to request additional documents as deemed necessary.
  • Visa Fee must be paid in cash only. Visa Fees are not refundable in any cases.
  • Legal migration procedures: In case a false or forged document is submitted in the framework of a visa application the visa will be refused and may be prosecuted.