Long Term Resident (LTR) Visa
Retirement Visa (Non-Immigrant O-A): This visa is valid for one year and can be renewed annually. In addition to meeting the financial requirements, applicants must also undergo a medical checkup and provide a certificate of good health. Holders of this visa are not allowed to work in Thailand.
Business Visa (Non-Immigrant B): This visa is valid for up to one year and can be extended for up to three years. Applicants must provide a business plan and other documents related to their proposed business activities in Thailand. Holders of this visa are allowed to work in Thailand.
Education Visa (Non-Immigrant ED): This visa is valid for up to one year and can be extended for the duration of the educational program. Applicants must provide proof of enrollment at a Thai educational institution and meet other requirements related to their course of study.
Marriage Visa (Non-Immigrant O): This visa is valid for up to one year and can be extended annually. Applicants must provide proof of marriage to a Thai citizen, along with other required documents. Holders of this visa are not allowed to work in Thailand.
Elite Visa: The Elite Visa is a special visa program offered by the Thailand Privilege Card Company Limited. The visa offers various benefits, such as airport services, exclusive discounts, and access to golf courses and spas. The Elite Visa requires an application fee and an annual membership fee, and the costs can be quite high.
It’s important to note that the visa requirements and restrictions may change from time to time, and it’s recommended to consult with a reputable visa agency or lawyer for the most up-to-date information. Additionally, it’s important to comply with all Thai immigration laws and regulations to avoid any issues or legal problems while staying in Thailand.