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

thaienquiries@thaiconsul-uk.com

Transit Visa with Single Entry for the Purpose of Proceeding to Own Country

The Transit Visa category ‘TS’ is available for persons who are travelling to Thailand for the purpose of proceeding to their own country.

IMPORTANT
The information below is provided on the basis that the applicant will be applying for their visa in person at the Royal Thai Consulate Hull. Persons intending to apply elsewhere for their visa need to check with the relevant authority.
The issuing of all Non-Immigrant Visas must be authorised by the Royal Thai Embassy, London prior to being issued and this process can take up to one week. When we receive authority to issue we will invite you to visit us and the visa will be issued usually within one hour.

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The single entry visa is valid for three months from date of issue and allows a single stay in Thailand of up to 30 days. Do not stay in Thailand beyond the ADMITTED UNTIL date as stamped in the applicant’s passport.

To apply for this visa it is necessary for the applicant to provide the following:-

  1. Copy of the page of your passport with photo and details (passport must have minimum 6 months remaining validity at time of applying for the visa).
  2. Two recent passport size photographs as available from a photo booth.
  3. Completed Visa Application Form with two recent passport size photographs attached.
  4. Visa fee of £20 plus £10 processing charge, £30 in cash only.
  5. The evidence of exiting Thailand to their own country within 30 days of entry such as copy of onward flight ticket or similar.

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.