Royal Thai Consulate
Priory Court, Saxon Way, Priory Park West
Hessle, Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire
HU13 9PB, UK

+44 (0) 1482 581668
Fax +44 (0) 1482 628877

Tourist Visa with Multiple Entry

VISA ELIGIBILITY BY NATIONALITY:

Please check your nationality below for eligibility to apply for a visa at the Royal Thai Consulate in Hull. Some nationalities can only apply for visas at The Royal Thai Embassy in London.
This information is also available as a PDF.
Please call us on +44 (0)1482 581668 if in doubt.

You may only apply at The Royal Thai Embassy, London for your visa.
You can apply at The Royal Thai Consulate in Hull.
A visa is required for all visits.
You can apply at The Royal Thai Consulate in Hull.
Tourists are allowed a stay of up to 15 days by applying for A VISA ON ARRIVAL. A Visa is required for all other visits.
You can apply at The Royal Thai Consulate in Hull.
Tourists are allowed a stay of up to 30 days under the VISA EXEMPTION RULE. A Visa is required for all other visits.
You may only apply at The Royal Thai Embassy, London. Tourists are allowed a stay of up to 15 days by applying for A VISA ON ARRIVAL.

The information on this page is available as a PDF document Download

The Tourist Visa with MULTIPLE ENTRIES is valid for 6 months from date of issue and allows an unlimited number of entries within the 6-month validity of the visa and each entry allows a stay of 60 days maximum. If exiting Thailand before the 60th day all remaining days of that entry are lost. It may be possible to extend one of the 60-day stays by a further 30 days by visiting a local Thai Immigration Office. The fee for the extension is THB1900

The validity of this visa is 6 calendar months from date of issue. The expiry date of the visa shows on the visa sticker as the ENTER BEFORE date. So, for example, if the visa was issued on 01 JAN 2019 (DATE OF ISSUE), the ENTER BEFORE date would be 30 JUN 2019. This means that your final entry into Thailand must be no later than 29 June 2019. Each time you enter Thailand you receive a rectangular stamp in your passport stating your date of entry and the ADMITTED UNTIL date which will be 60 days after your date of entry. Do not remain in Thailand beyond the ADMITTED UNTIL date. Each time you exit Thailand you will receive a triangular stamp in your passport stating date of exiting Thailand. You should be able to re-enter Thailand immediately for a further stay of 60 days provided your entry is before the ENTER BEFORE date as showing on your visa. There is no restriction on the number of times you can enter whilst the visa remains valid. With careful planning, by saving the 30-day extension for your final entry, it is possible to get an accumulation of almost 9 months in Thailand. If you make your final entry into Thailand a couple of days before the ENTER BEFORE date as shown on the visa you should be granted your final 60-day stay and then you could visit a Thai Immigration Office near to where you are staying in Thailand on about day 55 of your 60-day stay and request the 30-day extension.

How to Apply for this Visa at the Royal Thai Consulate, Hull

PLEASE NOTE: Nationals of certain countries can only apply for visas at The Royal Thai Embassy in London. Please check your nationality here for eligibility to apply for a visa at the Royal Thai Consulate, Hull.

It is necessary for the applicant or someone nominated by the applicant to visit the Royal Thai Consulate, Hull IN PERSON. Our address is Royal Thai Consulate, Priory Court, Saxon Way, Hessle, HU13 9PB.

To apply for the Tourist Visa with MULTIPLE ENTRIES each applicant needs to provide the following:-

  1. Completed Visa Application Form with two recent passport type photos attached. The form is available for completion when you visit us.
  2. Passport with minimum 6 months remaining validity and with at least two blank pages for the visa and for entry/exit stamps).

    For holders of a UK passport it must state that they are a BRITISH CITIZEN.

    Holders of UK passport which states they are a BRITISH OVERSEAS CITIZEN must obtain a visa for all visits to Thailand even if only for one day.

    Holders of all other passports need to check document V2 Visa Requirements by Nationality and must provide evidence that they are entitled to be in the UK (visa or residence card) and also provide evidence of where they live in the UK (utility bill, bank account statement, UK Driving Licence or UK residence permit showing their name and address in the UK).
  3. Copies of your latest 6 month’s bank statements showing a minimum of £5,000 (or equivalent in certain other currencies) at the beginning/end of each month. Bank statements must show applicant’s name and address. Children up to the age of 20 years are not required to meet these financial requirements provided they are travelling with a parent (copy of child’s birth certificate required). If using business bank account statements the statements must:

    a) also show the name of the applicant.
    and
    b) be supported by a copy of the company’s Register of Shareholders.

    Married couples are required to meet these requirement each.
    Children up to the age of 20 years are not required to meet these financial requirements provided they are travelling with a parent (copy of child’s birth certificate required).
  4. If employed, a letter from employer confirming that you are employed by them.
    or
    If self-employed, copy of your HMRC SA100 or SA105 Self Assessment Tax Form for the latest tax year.
    or
    If retired (at any age) and receiving a State or Private Pension, confirmation of receiving such pension by providing a copy of the Pension Statement or similar which must bear the applicant’s name and address.
  5. Copy of Confirmed Outward and Return or Onward Air Ticket to and from Thailand. The return or onward flight booking can be to any other country and must be no later than 8 months after first entering Thailand.
  6. Copy of reservation from the first hotel or similar where staying in Thailand.
    or
    If staying in Thailand with relatives or friends, copy of an electricity utility bill showing their name and address in Thailand (this may be in Thai language).
    or
    If renting a property in Thailand, a copy of the rental agreement showing your name and the address in Thailand.
  7. Visa fee from 1 April 2019: £150 plus £10 processing charge - total of £160 in cash only.

Applicants who cannot provide ALL the above will be granted only a SINGLE ENTRY Tourist Visa.

We offer a service whereby you can email all documentation in advance for us to check prior to you visiting us. We check everything and let you know if we require any further documents. When everything meets the requirements you will be invited to visit us so we can issue the visa. If you wish to utilise this service please email everything to enquiries@thaiconsul-uk.com

To Find the Royal Thai Consulate, Hull

Royal Thai Consulate
Priory Court
Saxon Way
Priory Park West
Hessle
Kingston upon Hull
East Yorkshire
HU13 9PB

01482 581668

We are at the western outskirts of Hull, not far from the Humber Bridge.