iVisa | Updated on Mar 09, 2020

When planning a trip to Thailand, one of the first questions you need to ask yourself is if you need a visa. Visa policies can be quite different from one country to another. As for Thailand, the answer in most cases is yes you need a visa, unless you are from a visa-exempt country. Sometimes, countries sign visa waiver agreements, which means that their citizens do not need a visa to enter. However, if that is not the case with you, then you need a visa to Thailand.

The good thing is that you can also apply online for a Thailand eVisa, which is a lot easier than going to an embassy. With iVisa, you can take advantage of this online process and get your eVisa in only 2 days.

Let's go over the more frequently asked questions related to this visa.

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Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs

Do I need a visa to enter Thailand?

It will depend on your nationality. Currently, eVisa only offers a pre-arrival registration for a Visa on Arrival. Please, use our visa checker to see if you are eligible for this document.

If the visa is zero cost, why do I need to pay?

Apply ahead and avoid wasting hours lining in the airport waiting to complete the visa will make things easier for you. To obtain an eVisa with iVisa, you just need a few minutes of your valuable time, then, we will do the rest. By paying a small fee you will be able to have you eVisa in as little as 2 days.

What is a Thailand VOA (Visa on Arrival)?

Visa on Arrival (VOA) is a program where citizens from 28 countries can obtain their visas once they enter Thailand, at the immigration checkpoint.

Please note that we DO NOT issue the actual visas. It's a pre-registration service provided to certain nationalities, entering Thailand via Suvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang Airport, Phuket Airport, Chiang Mai Airport, Chiangrai Airport, Hua Hin Airport, Samui International Airport, Sukhothai Airport, Surat Thani International Airport or U-Tapao International Airport.

How long is the maximum stay in Thailand with a VOA?

With a Visa on arrival, you will be able to stay in Thailand for a maximum of 15 days Per Entry with Single Entry.

Also, this VOA expires 15 days after arrival.

What are the documents that I need to apply?

For the application process, you will need a few things to provide so that iVisa can expedite your application form. Here is a list of what is required from you:

  • Passport Cover

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Applicant Photo

  • Airline Confirmation

  • Return Ticket

  • Proof of Accommodation

What are the processing times and prices?

iVisa gives you the opportunity to get your document as fast as possible with three options:

  • Standard processing– this is the most commonly selected option because it is the cheapest. It costs USD 35.00, and your application is processed within 6 days, so basically is just one day. This is a great option to do it a night before traveling, so you don't have to worry the next day about it.

  • Rush processing– this time, your application is processed within 4 days, and you will be charged USD 50.00.

  • Super Rush processing – this option is fantastic for people who want their visa application on their way to the airport with no lines ahead. It takes 2 days for the visa on arrival application form to arrive in your email inbox, but you need to pay USD 70.00 for the speed.

Click here to start your application online.

How does the Thailand pre-registration VOA work?

Until recently, the only way to get a visa for Thailand was to go to the Thai embassy. However, in 2015, the Government of Thailand decided to launch a Visa on Arrival program for some countries. As a result, 21 nationalities can apply for a Thailand visa on arrival online. You can get help from iVisa, and for a small fee, you can avoid standing in line at the service counters once you arrive in Thailand. It is a simple but brilliant solution.

PLEASE NOTE: Our service does NOT provide an actual Visa. We will provide you with a pre-registration document that must be presented upon entry to receive your actual Visa on Arrival. For passengers who would like to apply for Visa on Arrival to travel in Thailand, there are two service counters provided by Suvarnabhumi airport before reaching the Immigration on the 2nd level.

How can I apply for a Thailand Visa?

As for the application process provided by iVisa, you should know that it is quite straightforward. For your convenience, iVisa offers a two-step application process, which shouldn't take you more than 10 minutes to complete. Also, if you need any help, you can call iVisa’s support service 24/7. Someone will help you every step of the way. These are the steps:

  1. The first step is quite basic. You need to provide your personal information such as name, address, passport info, and so on. You must also choose a processing time, but keep in mind that your choice determines the cost.

  2. The second step consists of payment and revision. Before you submit your application, make sure that all the information you provide is 100 % accurate. Once the request is processed, corrections won't be possible.

You can start your application here, just check first that your nationality is the right one and that you select the proper options to start.

Is it safe to use iVisa to get my Thailand visa?

Yes, it's safe. We are a professional team providing official eVisas since 2013. Many people believe that online information can easily leak and that their info is at a higher risk of getting into the wrong hands. But with our services you're far from that. We provide maximum safety for your personal information.

I have more unresolved questions, where can I find more information about it?

If you're looking for a better resolution, and probably personalized attention, then click here and start chatting with one of our customer service representatives who'll be pleased to assist you. You can also click here to find more information about this visa.

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