This is the Thai Embassy in Pakistan. If you are in Pakistan and want to visit Thailand then consider applying for your Thai visa before you arrive in Bangkok. The Royal Thai Embassy in Pakistan is located in Islamabad. If you are looking at tourism then you can apply for a tourist visa. If you are married to a Thai then speak to the embassy about a marriage visa or a business visa if you are looking at imports and exports in Thailand.
Thai Embassy in Pakistan
If you are a Thai and need assistance while in Pakistan then call or visit the embassy in Islamabad. Note that there is also a Thai Consulate in Karachi if you are not close to the capital city of Pakistan. See their contact details on this website on another page. This is also close to the US Embassy in Pakistan as you can see from the Google map.
The Royal Thai Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan provides consular assistance for Thai nationals who may encounter difficulties while in Pakistan. This includes assistance in cases of emergencies, lost or stolen passports, legal and medical assistance, and repatriation to Thailand.
Thai nationals can contact the consular section of the embassy in case of any emergency at +92-333-5247114 or email them at email@example.com.
Regarding visa applications, the Royal Thai Embassy in Islamabad processes visa applications for Pakistani citizens who wish to visit Thailand. The visa applications are processed within three working days. They also issue visas for Thai nationals who plan to visit Pakistan. See also the Thai Consulate in Karachi as well as the Thai Retirement Visa and the Thai Embassy Kuwait.
For more information on visa applications and requirements, please visit the embassy’s website or contact them directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at +92-51-207-7800.
Royal Thai Embassy Islamabad
|Royal Thai Embassy Islamabad Pakistan|
|Plots No.1 - 20 Diplomatic Enclave-1 Sector G-5/4 Islamabad, Pakistan|
|Tel. (92-51) 8431270 - 80 For Visa Section Ext. 1122,1166|
|Fax. (92-51) 8431288,8431291|
|General Queries : email@example.com|
|Consular Section : firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Office Hours :|
|Monday to Friday 9.00-13.00 hrs. and 14.00 -17.00 hrs.|
|Visa and Consular section :|
|Visa and Legalization Services : Monday to Friday 9.30 - 13.00 Hrs.|
|General Office Hours : Monday to Friday 9.30 - 17.00 Hrs.|
|Consular Services (Thai National) : Monday to Friday 09.30 - 17.00 Hrs.|
See also the Thai Embassy in Vietnam as well as the Thai Embassy in Beijing on here.
Thai Tourist Visa
To apply for a visa, applicants must pay the visa fee and submit the required documents. There are two visa categories available: TR – Single Entry and TR – Multiple Entry, with varying visa validity periods and corresponding visa fees in Pakistani Rupees.
To apply, applicants must also provide a personal covering letter detailing their name, passport number, purpose of visit, date of travel, and other important information. Additionally, a letter from the applicant’s organization, including information on the applicant’s relation to the organization, no objection for travel, date of leave taken, and other important details, is required.
Non-governmental and non-international organization applicants must provide the organization’s registration paper, along with two copies of their CNIC card and passport (only for the page with passport holder information), as well as a copy of the passport page with the visa. Confirmed and non-refundable air tickets and accommodation documents are also necessary, along with the applicant’s original bank statement covering at least 1 year and a certified covering letter from the bank.
For a Tourist Multiple Entry Visa, the bank account must have money exceeding 650,000 Pakistani Rupees for 6 consecutive months. Finally, documents showing the trustworthiness of the applicant and any other relevant supporting documents must be submitted.
Thai Business Visa
To apply for a Non-B visa to Thailand. There are specific requirements that must be fulfilled depending on whether the applicant works for a company or contacts a private company. Here are the details of the visa categories, fees, and necessary documents:
Types of Business Visa
For those who contact a private company. There are two visa options:
- Non-B Single Entry for 3 months at 15,000 Pakistani Rupees or
- Non-B Multiple Entry for 1 year at 35,000 Pakistani Rupees.
To apply for either visa, the applicant must submit a personal covering letter including details such as their name, passport number, purpose of visit, date of travel, and other important information. Additionally, a letter from the applicant’s employer, mentioning the applicant’s relation to the organization. Likewise a no objection for the applicant’s travel, date of leave taken, and other relevant information must be submitted. The organization’s registration paper (excluding governmental or international organizations) must also be included, as well as an invitation letter from the Thai company, mentioning details such as the name of the company, the name and passport number of the invited individual, the purpose of the invitation, date of the business meeting, and other important information.
Furthermore, certified copies of the invitee’s ID or passport, the Thai company’s registration confirmation paper issued by the Department of Business Development (DBD), and its registration paper should be included in the application. A copy of the Thai company’s financial balance in the recent year must also be submitted, along with two copies of the applicant’s CNIC card, two copies of the passport (only for the page with information of passport holder), and a copy of the passport page with the visa. Confirmed and non-refundable air tickets, documents relating to accommodation, and the applicant’s original bank statement covering at least one year with a certified covering letter from the bank must also be submitted, along with documents showing the trustworthiness of the applicant and any other relevant supporting documents.
For those who work for a company, a Non-B visa can also be obtained by submitting the necessary documents. Similarly, a personal covering letter and a letter from the applicant’s employer must be included, as well as the organization’s registration paper (excluding governmental or international organizations) and an invitation letter from the Thai company, mentioning details such as the name of the company, the name and passport number of the applicant, information on the applicant’s employment, and other important information.
Moreover, certified copies of the invitee’s ID or passport. Also an officially confirmed Form WP.3. Additionally the Thai company’s registration confirmation paper issued by the Department of Business Development (DBD). Also its registration paper should be included in the application. A paper from the Department of Employment of Thailand. This allowing the Thai company to hire foreigners, the Thai company’s financial balance in the recent year. Likewise the tax income of the Thai company in the past year should also be submitted. The list of foreign employees working in the Thai company. Also mentioning their name, nationality, and designation, the copy of work contract between the Thai company and the applicant. Likewise a map identifying the location of the Thai company should also be included.
In addition, two copies of the applicant’s CNIC card. Additionally two copies of the passport (only for the page with information of passport holder). Likewise a copy of the passport page with the visa should be submitted. Confirmed and non-refundable air tickets, documents relating to accommodation. Also the applicant’s original bank statement covering at least one year with a certified covering letter from the bank. Additionally documents showing the trustworthiness of the applicant should also be included, along with any other relevant supporting documents.
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Thai Passport (E-Passport) Application
When applying for a Thai Passport (E-Passport), there are several important points to keep in mind. Firstly, applicants must apply for a new passport prior to the expiration of the old passport or when the validity of the passport is less than 6 months. Additionally, it is important to note that the E-passport cannot be renewed.
The E-passport is valid for either 5 years or 10 years, depending on the applicant’s age. To ensure consistency, it is important that the name and surname in the E-passport match the personal data on the House Registration document. If an applicant wishes to change their surname after marriage or divorce, they must first apply for an amendment of their personal data at the Thai District Offices in Thailand prior to applying for a new E-passport.
For minors born in Pakistan, their first Thai passport does not require registration for the 13-digits Thai national identification number. However, it is mandatory for the parents to register for the child’s Thai national identification number before applying for the second passport when the first one expires or is lost.
To apply for an E-passport, applicants must apply in person only at the embassy or during the annual consular mobile service in Lahore and Battagram District. The application fee is PKR 7,000 for 5 years and PKR 10,000 for 10 years and is payable in cash only. The processing time for the passport application takes approximately 3-6 weeks.
When collecting the passport, applicants have the option of collecting it in person by bringing the expired passport and the pick-up slip, or by giving authorization to another person to collect the passport on their behalf. The expired passport also needs to be brought if authorization is given. Alternatively, applicants can receive an E-passport by post in Pakistan, although extra fees may be charged for courier services. For further enquiries, applicants can send an email to email@example.com or contact Thai.Islamabad on Line ID (for Thai nationals only).
Application for Thai ID card
To begin with, it is important to note that the first Thai National ID card must be issued in Thailand. Meaning that the Royal Thai Embassy in Islamabad is not able to issue the first card. In addition, applicants who are eligible to apply for the Thai National ID card. They must have the previous ID card and the name must not be registered in Central House Registration.
Furthermore, it should be noted that the Thai National ID card contains details of personal data in accordance with Thailand’s database on the House Registration system. If applicants wish to change their name, title or surname after marriage or divorce. Then they are required to apply for an amendment of their personal data at Thai District Offices in Thailand prior to applying for the Thai National ID.
When applying for a Thai National ID card. It is important to keep in mind that the card contains biometric information that can be used to authenticate identity. Likewise applicants must apply for the card in person only. Additionally it is also possible to renew the Thai National ID card up to 60 days prior to the expiry of the current card without any charge.
However, an application fee of PKR 500 (Cash Only) will be applied in the cases of loss or damage, change of name, surname, or address. In such cases, applicants are required to apply for an amendment of their personal data at Thai District Offices in Thailand prior to applying for the Thai National ID.
It is important to note that Thai National ID cards will be issued immediately after the application process is completed. Required documents for various scenarios include the current Thai National ID card, Certificate of Name Change in Thailand, current Thai passport, Thai House Registration, Birth Certificate, and a Pakistan Photo Identity showing the same name and last name as Thai National ID card.
For further enquiries, applicants can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Thai.Islamabad on Line ID (Thai National Only). See also the Thai Consulate in Savannakhet as well as the Thai Consulate in New South Wales on here.
Attestation and Legalization
To ensure the validity of Pakistan documents in Thailand. It is necessary to authenticate them first through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan (MOFA) Islamabad Office. The MOFA provides attestation and legalization document services which can be accessed through their website. However, it is important to note that incomplete documents or those not completely attested or legalized by MOFA. They will not be accepted by the Consular Section. Moreover, the QR code stamped by MOFA should also be valid and authenticable.
To apply for document authentication. Likewise applicants must provide original authenticated documents attested by MOFA Islamabad Office. Also a copy of each page of the original document, a copy of passport or identification card or CNIC of the owner of the document, and a completed request application form available at the embassy. The application fee is PKR 2,500 per document, payable in cash only.
For any further inquiries, please contact the embassy at email@example.com.
Thai Police Clearance Certificate
Thai Police Clearance Certificate (For more information visit this link https://pcscenter.sbpolice.go.th/en)
Required documents for fingerprinting services
- Download and complete the legalisation form
- Original and self-certified copy of current passports.
- Fingerprint Form (get at the office)
- The application fee is PKR 6,500 for two sets of the original fingerprint (Cash or Debit Card Only)
For further enquiry, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration for Marriage Certificate
To register for marriage in Thailand. There are certain requirements and necessary documents needed. Firstly, both parties must mutually agree to register for marriage. Likewise at least one party must be a Thai national. If a party is under 20 but over 17 years of age, they can only register for marriage if endorsed by their parent or legal guardian. Moreover, if a woman is looking to remarry after the end of a previous marriage due to death or termination. Then the marriage can only take place after the expiry of 310 days from such an event. However, this period can be shortened if there is a child born during such period. Likewise if the divorced couple remarry, there is a certificate showing that the woman is not pregnant, or if there is an order of the Court allowing the woman to marry.
The required documents for registering for a Thai Marriage Certificate include a Single Status Certificate. Likewise an original and copy of the passport, an original and copy of Thai National ID Card, a copy of Thai House Registration, an original divorce certificate (if divorced), and a copy of Thai ID and passport of two witnesses. For non-Thai nationals, a copy of passport or driver’s license is required. The Single Status Certificate is valid for three months from the issued date. This can be obtained from the District Offices in Thailand for Thai citizens. This or the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) Registry office for Pakistan nationals, which must be authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan (MOFA).
To submit the application, one must make an appointment through the Royal Thai Embassy, Islamabad’s website. Likewise both parties must be present to the registrar at the embassy. Two witnesses must also be present during the lodgment of the application with their Thai National ID Card and Passport together with a copy. There are no fees to register for a Thai Marriage Certificate unless a party would like to request an extra copy of the marriage certificate, which costs PKR 2,250 per copy.
Application for a Thai Birth Certificate
To submit an application for a Thai Birth Certificate, please follow these steps:
- The child’s original Pakistan Birth Certificate must be authenticated by The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). To book an appointment with DFAT for authentication service, click here.
- Prepare the following documents:
- Download and complete the Birth Certificate Form
- Fill out the child’s given name and surname in English (as appeared in the Pakistan Birth Certificate) and in Thai (as they are pronounced in English).
- If the parents are not sure of the spelling of the child’s name, please contact us via email: email@example.com
- If the father or mother is not a Thai citizen, his/her name has to spell in Thai.
- An original and a copy of the child’s Pakistan Birth Certificate which is ‘authenticated’ by DFAT
- One current passport-sized photograph (3.5 x 4.5 cm) of the child. Please write the child’s name and surname at the back of the photograph.
- An original and a copy of parents’ passports and Thai national ID cards (For the non-Thai citizen, a copy of passport or a driver license is required)
- An original and a copy of parents’ Thai/Pakistan marriage certificate
- For non-married parents, should the parents wish their child to use the father’s surname, a consent form needs to be filled out together with the Thai Birth Certificate application form.
- A copy of Thai house registration (For Thai parents)
- Submit all the required documents to the Royal Thai Consulate-General Office.
- If you wish to apply for an e-passport for your child on the same day, please make an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that the child, father, and mother are required to be present in person when applying for an e-passport.
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