Visa and Certificate of Entry procedures for Non-Thai nationals wishing to enter Thailand for Conducting business/Meeting or Investing/Saving in Thailand with no less than $100,000 (or 3 million baht)

Visa and Certificate of Entry procedures for Non-Thai nationals wishing to enter Thailand for Conducting business/Meeting
or Investing/Saving in Thailand with no less than $100,000 (or 3 million baht)

( If you already have a valid visa/re-entry permit, please request the Certificate of Entry – COE at https://coethailand.mfa.go.th/ )

The following types of applicants may apply for the Non-Immigrant “B” visa (single entry)
– Non-Thai nationals wishing to enter Thailand for conducting business or meeting
– Non-Thai nationals who have owned condominium / apartment value $100,000 or 3 million baht or more
– Non-Thai nationals who have been invested in government bond or held saving accounts in Thailand with of at least $100,000 or 3 million baht

1. If the applicant does not have a valid visa or re-entry permit, the applicant must request a visa, at least 15 working days before the intended date of travel, by filling in the information and upload all required documents online at https://www.thaievisa.go.th/ (Please note that the visa application fee is non-refundable)

For instructions, please check https://www.thaievisa.go.th/static/English-Manual.pdf


2. After successfully apply with the Thai E-visa system, please download the “Appointment receipt” (Click here to see How to download Barcode from Evisa) from the system and then mail the Appointment receipt along with the following original documents directly to the Embassy / Consulates-General to request the issuance of an appropriate Visa. 

2.1 Passport

2.2 Two passport-size photographs (2″x 2″)

2.3 Visa application form (Download) (if the applicant doesn’t have a valid Thai visa)

2.4 Proof of flight confirmation/reservation, indicating the trip from US to Thailand

2.5 Copy of work permit

2.6 Medical insurance guaranteeing that the insurance company will cover a minimum of 100,000 USD (or equivalent in other currencies) of medical costs incurred by the applicant in Thailand, including medical costs in the event that the applicant contracts COVID-19 (The insurance must cover the entire duration of stay in Thailand)

2.7 A confirmed reservation of Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) (Please check the list of the alternative state quarantine hotels at www.hsscovid.com or www.thaiembdc.org/asq)

2.8 Self-addressed return envelope and visa fee if the applicant doesn’t have a valid visa (Please note your own tracking number in order to track your package once the visa is being mailed back)

2.9 A copy of the bank statement for the last 6 months (the balance of each month must have no less than $17,000 or 500,000 baht)

2.10 Additional required documents (Based on the type of application and your situation)

  • Invitation letter from the company with the fully-paid registered capital of at least $67,000 or 2 million baht or
  • Proof of an ownership  or proof of transaction for an apartment / condominium with value of at least $100,000 or 3 million baht and Proof of a saving account or investing in government bond with no less than $100,000 or 3 million baht

3. After receiving a visa, the applicant may request the Certificate of Entry (COE) at https://coethailand.mfa.go.th/
***From 14 January 2021, all travelers who have received COEs are required to download and register via the ThailandPlus Application. They are required to show a QR code generated from the registration via the Application to be scanned by the Thai authority upon arrival in Thailand. To download, CLICK HERE*** (For more information, please check ThailandPlus Eng or watch the video here)


4. At the departure airport, the approved applicant is required to present

4.1 A “Certificate of Entry” issued by The Royal Thai Embassy or the Royal Thai Consulates-General;

4.2 Medical insurance or letter from employer guaranteeing that the insurance company or employer will cover a minimum of 100,000 US dollars (or equivalent in other currencies) of medical costs incurred by the applicant in Thailand, including medical costs in the event that applicant contracts COVID-19 (The insurance must cover the whole duration of stay in Thailand); and

4.3 A Medical certificate with a laboratory result indicating that COVID -19 is not detected, issued no more than 72 hours before departure


5. Upon entry to Thailand,

Travelers arriving in Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic must present the following documents to be granted entry:

5.1 COE

5.2 Medical certificate with a laboratory result indicating that COVID -19 is not detected, using RT-PCR test, issued no more than 72 hours before departure

5.3 Medical insurance or letter from employer guaranteeing that the insurance company or employer will cover a minimum of 100,000 US dollars (or equivalent in other currencies) of medical costs incurred by the applicant in Thailand, including medical costs in the event that applicant contracts COVID-19 (The insurance must cover the whole duration of stay in Thailand)

5.4 ThailandPlus Application


6. If granted entry, traveler must go through quarantine at the Alternative State Quarantine
*** The applicant must arrange Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) at their own expenses. More information, including list of permitted hotels (in Thai) can be found at http://hsscovid.com/ or Royal Thai Embassy’s website .***