Immigration Fees

Thai Visa Application Fees

Residence certificate (TM. 15)

Arrival prior to Immigration Act: 19,000.- Baht per piece

Residence certificate (TM. 16)

For shared investment or special investment: 191,400.- Baht
For employment or expert: 191,400.- Baht
For foreigner married to Thai national: 95,700.- Baht
For foreign head of family taking care of children of Thai nationality: 95,700.- Baht
For spouse of foreign resident in the Kingdom: 95,700.- Baht
For children of foreign resident in the Kingdom or of Thai nationals:
Underage: 95,700.- Baht
Adult: 191,400.- Baht
For non-quota immigrants (original resident): 95,700.- Baht

Residence certificate (TM. 17)

In case of damage or loss or insufficient space in passport: 1,900.- Baht per piece

Re-entry permit endorsement

1,900.- Baht per piece

Non-quota immigrant visa outside the annual quota for immigrants admitted to the Kingdom:

Single entry: 1,900.- Baht
Multiple entries within 1 year: 3,800.- Baht


Transit visa: 800.- Baht
Tourist visa: 1,000.- Baht
Non-immigrant visa:
Single entry: 2,000.- Baht
Multiple entries within 1 year: 5,000.- Baht

Multiple entries within 3 years for holders of passports or other travel documents from the Asia-Pacific cooperation group who travel in and out of the Kingdom for business:
Immigrant visa: 1,900.- Baht
Non-quota immigrant visa:
Single entry: 1,900.- Baht
Multiple entries within 1 year: 3,800.- Baht

Appeal in Reference to Section 22

(Persona non grata) each person 1,900 baht

Application for extension of temporary stay

1,900 baht per time

Appeal in Reference to Section 36

(Revoked visa) 1,900.- Baht per person

Application for re-entry permit

Single entry: 1,000.- Baht
Multiple entries within remaining period of admission: 3,800.- Baht

Application for permanent residence in the Kingdom

7,600.- Baht per person

Request for verification of nationality

800 baht per person

The ministerial order 27 (2003) was issued according to the 1979 immigration act and announced in the Royal Gazette, Decrees vol. 120, part 59a, on June 27, 2003 and has been enforced since August 26, 2003.