The Royal Thai Embassy is located in Oslo Norway. You can apply for a Thai visa at the Thai embassy in Norway if you are a Norwegian. There are a number of visa options. The first is a 2 months tourist visa, there is also a 3 month business visa, then if you are married to a Thai there is a 3 month marriage visa. If you are over 50 there is also the option of a retirement visa for Thailand. Speak to the embassy about your visa options.
Thai Embassy in Norway
The Thai Embassy in Norway is the official diplomatic mission of Thailand to Norway. Located in the capital city of Oslo, the embassy is responsible for promoting and strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries. It also provides a range of services to Thai citizens living in Norway, including consular assistance and visa processing.
In addition to its diplomatic and consular functions, the embassy also promotes Thai culture and tourism in Norway through various events and initiatives. This includes participating in cultural festivals and organizing Thai food and handicraft exhibitions. See also the tm8 on here.
The Royal Thai Embassy in Norway
|Thai Embassy in Norway|
|Eilert Sundts Gate 4, 0259 Oslo|
|Phone: +47 2212 8660 (general enquiries)|
|Postal Address: Royal Thai Embassy, PO Box 4056 AMB, 0244 Oslo|
Visa service Application
Applications submission: Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 12:00
Collection hours: Monday – Friday: 14:00 – 15:00
Phone: +47 2212 8669 from ( 13.00 – 15.00 ) except Public holidays and Thailand’s Official holidays
Visa enquiries: email@example.com
(response in 2 working days)
Consular enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
(response in 2 working days)
Postal Address: Royal Thai Embassy, PO BOX 4056 AMB, 0244 OSLO
Applying for a Thai Visa
From 1 June 2021, The Royal Thai Embassy in Oslo has launched an e-Visa application. Applicants are required to submit their documents online through the website https://thaievisa.go.th
VISA PROCESSING TIME: 5-7 WORKING DAYS (UP TO 14 WORKING DAYS DURING HIGH SEASON)
Applicants are recommended to apply for the visa in advance at least a minimum of 2 weeks but not later than 10 weeks before the expected date of arrival.
Do not apply for a visa earlier than 3 months (90 days) before you arrive in Thailand. (The best time to apply for a visa is approximately 4 weeks before the departure date.)
Applicants are advised to read the common mistakes, in order to avoid any possible mistakes, which could lead to the cancellation or rejection of the applications. Application processing fees (visa fees) will NOT be refunded in all cases.
Thai Tourist Visa
Tourist (TR) visa holders are allowed to stay in Thailand for up to 60 days and can be granted to an ordinary passport holder who wishes to enter the Kingdom for various purposes, including tourism, a short visit to family living in Thailand, medical treatment with registered hospitals, or as participants of MICE supported by TCEB. In order to apply for a tourist visa.
Likewise the applicant needs to provide several required documents, including a passport or travel document with validity not less than 6 months, a photograph taken within the past six months, evidence of travel from Thailand (air ticket paid in full), evidence of adequate finance, and proof of accommodation. The embassy may request additional information/documents according to the e-Visa system.
The validity of a tourist visa is either 3 months or 6 months, and the visa fee varies depending on whether it is a single entry or multiple entry visa. Those who wish to stay longer or change their type of visa must file an application for permission at the Office of Immigration Bureau located in Government Center B, Chaengwattana Soi 7, Laksi, Bangkok 10210, Tel 0-2141-9889, or at http://www.immigration.go.th. It’s important to note that the extension of stay as well as the change of certain types of visas is solely at the discretion of the immigration officer.
Single Entry: 350 NOK
Multiple Entry: 1,700 NOK
To apply for a Thai passport. Likewise the applicant must personally appear at the Royal Thai Embassy. An appointment is required, and the processing time is approximately 4-6 weeks, depending on the production process in Thailand.
In case the applicant wants the embassy to send the passport by mail, they need to prepare a protective envelope with a size not exceeding 25 x 35.3 cm and attach a 270 NOK stamp. The embassy will send it only as “Rekommandert brev.” However, the embassy does not sell envelopes and stamps, so they must be purchased at Posten.
For adults aged 20 years and above, the required documents include a valid Thai National ID card, a Thai passport application form, and the current passport. In case of a lost or stolen passport, a police report in English is required. Additionally, a name or surname change certificate, from Thai authorities only, is required if applicable. A marriage or divorce certificate is also needed if applicable. The fee for a 5-year passport is 350 NOK, and only adults can apply for a 10-year passport, which costs 500 NOK. Payment for passport fees can only be made in cash.
For 5 Year Passport: 350 NOK*
For 10 Year Passport: 500 NOK* (Only adults can apply for a 10 year passport)
*Passport Fees can only be paid in Cash.
Thai National ID Card
In case of expiration
The current expired Thai National ID Card
In case of loss
Copy of a Thai National ID card or a Thai Passport or a change of name/surname certificate (if any)
Likewise in case of damage or loss of the current Thai National ID Card: 50 NOK (Cash Only)
Legalisation is a process that confirms the authenticity of certain aspects of a document. Specifically, it verifies that the signature on the document is genuine, and that the person who has signed the document is a public official who is authorized to sign the document in question. Additionally, it confirms that the official stamp of the government agency that has issued the document is genuine.
However, it is important to note that legalisation does not entail any validation of the accuracy of the content of the document. Furthermore, it does not verify a signature of a foreigner.
150 NOK per one verification/stamp. (Cash only, please bring the exact amount)
Power of Attorney
Please contact Amphoe in Thailand before coming to the Royal Thai Embassy if Amphoe accepts a letter of power of attorney at all. Thai applicants MUST bring these original and valid documents together with a copy of each of them. (Bring one copy per one application/request. If applicants want to apply for 2 applications/requests, bring 2 copies of each kind).
Applicants MUST personally come to the Royal Thai Embassy
- Thai I.D. card (also bring one copy per one application).
- Thai House registration (also bring one copy per one application).
- Thai Passport (also bring one copy per one application).
- Additionally a request form
- Likewise a letter of Power of Attorney provided at the Royal Thai Embassy.
150 NOK per one verification/stamp. (Cash only, please bring the exact amount)
The Birth registration form is only available in the Thai language. Additionally, a birth certificate in English from Norwegian or Icelandic authorities is required. For birth in Norway, the Norwegian birth certificate must be legalized by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. To obtain the certificate, information is available at:
Additional guidelines for legalization of documents by the Norwegian Foreign Affairs can be found at:
Likewise for birth in Iceland, the Icelandic birth certificate must be legalized by the Icelandic Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Information on how to obtain an Icelandic birth certificate is available at:
Additional guidelines for legalization of documents by the Icelandic Foreign Affairs can be found at:
In addition to the birth certificate, a birth report from the hospital where the child was born is required. Likewise if a birth report is not available, an epicrisis from the clinic must be provided. Additionally copies of Thai ID card and house registration of Thai parent(s) and marriage certificate are also required. Lastly if the applicant does not have a marriage certificate and the child uses the father’s surname, the Testimony of Biological Father must be included, which must be legalized by Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs before submission to the Thai Embassy.
Additionally passport copies and house registration of both parents are also required. For parents living in Norway, a Bostedsattest is necessary, which can be requested by visiting the website of Skatteetaten at
In addition for parents living in Iceland, a confirmation of current legal domicile is required, which can be requested by visiting the website of Registers Iceland at
Lastly, a photograph of the child, size 2 x 2 inches, must be submitted.
In addition for a female applicant whose husband died or whose marriage has become terminated. Likewise the marriage can only take place after 310 days from the death of a husband or after the divorce was registered. However, there are certain exceptions to this rule. Such as if the female applicant has given birth to a child during such period or a divorced couple remarry. Alternatively, there must be medical proof stating that the female applicant is not pregnant or an order of the Court allowing the female applicant to marry.
Finally if the applicant is a minor, the marriage requires consent from parents or legal guardians. However without the consent, the minor may file an application with the Court for giving consent to the marriage. See also the Thai Embassy in Dhaka as well as the Visa on arrival in Thailand on this website.
Required documents to register marriage
To register a marriage, several documents are required. The following documents must be submitted:
Firstly, applicants must complete the Request Form of Legalisation which can be downloaded below. Secondly both parties need to fill out the Marriage Registration Form, which can be downloaded below as well. Lastly Thai applicants must provide their Thai identification cards and house registration in Thailand. Passports of both parties are also required.
In addition for applicants living in Norway or Iceland. Likewise the house registration in Norway/Iceland must be provided in English. Moreover to obtain this, applicants living in Norway must obtain a Bostedsattest and those living in Iceland must obtain a Confirmation of current legal domicile. Finally the guidelines for obtaining these documents can be found on the relevant government websites.
Additionally, an Affirmation of Marital Status of both parties with validity not older than 6 months must be provided.
In addition for Thai applicants, an affirmation of marital status can be obtained in Thai language at a local district office in Thailand. This document must be legalised by the Consular of Foreign Affairs before it can be submitted to the Royal Thai Embassy in Oslo. Guidelines for the legalisation of documents by the Consular of Foreign Affairs can be found at https://consular.mfa.go.th/th/publicservice/ขั้นตอนการรับรองเอกสาร
Additionally for Norwegian applicants, a certificate of no impediment to marriage is required, which can be obtained at the Skatteetaten website. This certificate must be legalised by Utenriksdepartementet (UD) before it can be submitted to the Royal Thai Embassy. Guidelines for legalisation of documents by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs can be found at https://www.regjeringen.no/en/dokumenter/legalisation-mfa/id752911/.
Likewise for Icelandic applicants, a certificate of marital status is required. This document must be legalised by Utanríkisráðherra before it can be submitted to the Royal Thai Embassy. Guidelines for the legalisation of documents by Utanríkisráðherra can be found at https://www.government.is/topics/foreign-affairs/consular-affairs/.
Additionally if either party is divorced, a divorced certificate for the previous marriage, an affirmation of marital status, and a medical proof stating that the female applicant is not pregnant must be submitted if the marriage registration takes place during 310 days from the solution of previous marriage. If a divorced couple remarry, this medical proof is not required.
Likewise if either party is widowed, the deceased partner’s death certificate and an affirmation stating that the remarriage has not taken place after the death of deceased partner must be submitted. If either party’s name has changed, a confirmation of name change must be provided.
In addition two witnesses for marriage registration must submit their Thai identification cards (for Thai nationals) or passports (for other nationals).
Finally, additional documents may be required.