iVisa | Updated on Apr 28, 2020

There are multiple places in our world that are very similar to others. When you visit them, you are instantaneously taken to another place. For example, we all know Machu Picchu, the ancient Incan citadel in Peru. It is well-know that this World Wonder is crowded due to its spectacular ruins. Nonetheless, a great alternative to Machu Picchu is Choquequirao, another citadel of ruins that resembles Machu Picchu perfectly. Even though they are located in the same city, Cuzco, that doesn't mean places in different countries can seem alike. For example, in Thailand, there is a mountainous region located in Chiang Rai that looks like a small Switzerland. Definitely a must for any Swiss citizen who is visiting Thailand.

Even though everything seems uncanny due to the current outbreak our world is experiencing, the Thai government is taking actions to impulse tourism and decrease the spread of the COVID-19. One of them is the Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form), an electronic health declaration that iVisa will gladly process for you.You just need to apply here and check the FAQs below for further information.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do I need a Visa to visit Thailand if I hold a Swiss passport?

According to the Visa requirement for Swiss nationals, you don't need a Visa in order to visit Thailand.

Does the Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form) have a cost?

The Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form) doesn't have a cost. You will only be charged our service fee.

Can I have more information about the Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form)?

No problem! The Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form) is a health statement issued by the Thai government as a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This document helps to confirm if travelers are fit to enter Thailand without any risk. Upon your arrival, the Immigration Officers will verify this certificate by scanning the QR Code in your phone that you will receive from us once your application has been approved.

How long can I stay in Thailand holding this T.8. Form?

Just to clarify, the T.8. Form only grants you the right to enter Thailand. Based on Thailand's Visa policy, Swiss passport holders can stay up to 30 days in the country.

What documents do you need to process the Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form)?

The only document we need you to have valid at the moment of submitting your application is the one below:

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

How long my Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form) will be valid?

We assume the T.8. Form is valid for 72 hours after its date of issuance since that’s the soonest a traveler is allowed to apply. The Thai government has not established any validity period, for that reason, there is no expiration date officially.

How long does it take to process this document? Also, how much does cost?

The processing time and the cost (which is only our service fee ) will change based on the processing speed you choose. Below we explain this in detail:

  • Standard Processing: On this level, we'll process your T.8. Form in 3 Business Days. Regarding the service fee, it will cost USD 20.00.

  • Rush Processing: In our next level, we'll process your T.8. Form in 2 Business Days. The service fee increase a little to USD 30.00.

  • Super Rush Processing: Now this is the level we recommend you if you need to travel immediately. Here it only takes 1 Business Day to process your form. It costs USD 55.00 but you will get your T.8. Form faster.

Can you explain how the Thailand Heath Certificate (T.8. Form) works?

Sure! The T.8. Form works as a health statement that you will need to complete prior your travel to Thailand. It is downloadable by scanning a QR Code that we will send you once your application is approved. The officers at the airport will scan the code on your phone and then decide if you are fit to enter the country.

Will it take me long to complete all the application form?

Actually it's really quick. You can have your application ready in less than 10 minutes by clicking here.

What steps do I need to follow?

To start with your application, just click here and then proceed with the following:

  • First, complete your information and choose the processing speed of your preference.
  • Then, review your application before making with the payment and click on Accept.

What will happen after I apply?

After you apply, we’ll take care of submitting your application to the Thai government. We’ll also keep you informed from the beginning to the end by e-mail.

How many times can I use my Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form)?

You can only use the T.8. Form once. This is because it is a health statement.

If my kids are traveling with me, do I have to get a T.8. Form for them as well?

Yes. Every traveler, even if they are minors, need their own T.8. Form.

I want to travel along with my family and friends, how can I apply for them?

That's easy! Just click on add new applicants in your application form. But if you are only filling the application for them, just complete their information here. However, we recommend you to make sure they have their passport valid before filling the form.

Do I, a Swiss passport holder, need a Visa to transit through Thailand?

Since Swiss nationals can travel to Thailand without a Visa, then you will not need a transit Visa.

Will you let me know if my application is approved?

Of course! As soon as the government sends us the approval, we will inform you by e-mail. Also, you can check your application's status by contacting through our chat.

I have made a mistake in my application, what should I do?

Rest assured. Just contact us through our chat and our customer service agents will give the support you need.

Can I trust iVisa to obtain my Thailand Health Certificate (T.8. Form)?

We won't disappoint you. Our large experience processing multiple travel documents speaks for us. In addition, we always make sure to send your application as compliant as possible to increase the government's approval rate. The final response will always depend on the government's processing though.

What should I do if I have further questions?

In that case, feel free to contact our customer service agents through our chat or by e-mail to You can call us to this number +1 (786) 460-2707 (8am-8pm EST) as well.

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