Do I need visa to Thailand

To travel to Thailand, whether a curtain type of visa is required or not, it depends on passports and length of stay. You can check your passport properties in the table below.

**Norwegian citizens are elegible to travel to Thailand as tourists for up to 30 days without visa

Visa runners
Please be aware that Thai Immigration’s recent crack down on visa runners is aimed at visa runners who abuse the visa exemption program for the purpose of working in Thailand. “Visa runners” refers to foreigners who leave Thailand to a neighboring country for a brief stay and then return to Thailand for another 15 or 30-day stay without any type of visa. The visa exemption program is for the purpose of tourism only. At present, Thai Immigration will take measures of warning and advising visa runners to obtain the proper visa. However, beginning August 12, 2014, Thai Immigration will begin prohibiting visa runners from entering Thailand. Those wishing to enter Thailand for purposes other than tourism are advised to secure the proper visa prior to their arrival in Thailand.

Applying for visa

To apply visa, please choose different types of visa for Thailand from below. Do not apply for a visa earlier than 3 months before you will arrive in Thailand.

There are 2 ways to apply visa:
1. In person
To apply visa in person, Please follow step below:

  • 1.1 You need to prepare all required documents and fill in application form(s)
  • 1.2 Book hour to hand in all documents in person at Thai Embassy Oslo
  • 1.3 WALK-IN HOURS FOR VISA APPLICATION ARE MONDAY-FRIDAY (EXCEPT HOLIDAYS) 9:00 A.M. TO 12.00 A.M.

2. Via post
To apply visa by mail usually takes longer time to proceed. Usual process takes approximately 2 weeks or longer without mailing time. When submitting an application by mail, please include:

    • 2.1 Filled in and signed application form(s) and all required documents
    • 2.2 a self-addressed stamped envelope with sufficient postage stamps is required (envelope size 20 cm x 27 cm and 180 NOK of stamp with track number from Posten ).

The Embassy will not be responsible for lost, damage, delay or misdirected mail.

Please note that there are some nationalities that require:

      • 2.3 Additional documents
      • 2.4 Health Requirement

Important:
A visa to enter into Thailand is considered by Thai authorities as a privilege extended to that particular applicant, not a right nor a commodity. The visa may be refused or cancelled by officers in charge. When applying for visas from the Thai Embassy, it is advisable to be courteous and cooperative, failure to do so may result in delay or refusal to process your application.

Tourist visa
  • Purpose of visit
    • To travel for tourism (pleasure) purposes only (Category “TR”)
  • Validity of visa
    • A single-entry visa must be utilized within 90 days from the date of issue.
    • A Multiple-Entry visa. All entries (two-entry or three-entry depending on type of visa) must be utilized within 180 days from the date of issue. Duration of each stay up to 60 days per entry.
  • Period of stay

Travelers with this type of visa will be permitted to stay in Thailand for a period not exceeding 60 days at any time. The period begins on the date you arrive in Thailand.

  • Required document

For Norwegian passport holder and all passports

  • Your original Passport. Must not expire within 6 months and contain at least ONE completely empty visa page
  • 1 copy of Passport / Travel document (The page(s) shows your photo , name , date and place or birth and the expiration date of passport)
  • 1 application form [ Download ]
  • (completed and signed by the applicant. Parents can sign for the minor)
  • 2 photos
  • (Passport photo, 2” x 2”, color, front-view, taken within 6 months, and write your name and last name on the back of each photo)
  • 1 Copy of plane ticket into and out of Thailand. (If multiple entry is requested, plane tickets showing at least two into and out of Thailand must be submitted)
  • 1 copy of bank statement showing a balance in the amount of not less than 49,000 NOK (200,000 BATH ) in past 6 months. ( required for multiple entry only)

*For non-norwegian passport holder*

– 1 copy of residence card in Norway (the pink card issued by UDI or copy of the   applicant’s valid Shengen visa (registration certificate for EU/EEA nationals) or Norwegian residence certificate or other evidence to prove that the applicant is legally residing in Norway

  • Please note that there are some nationalities that require:

– Additional documents
– Health Requirement

  • Processing time
    • Applications are usually processed within 3-5 working day after applicants submit all of the required documents. However, the processing time could take longer than 5 working days during high season (Application is to be submitted on Monday-Friday between 9-12am), Same-day-service is NOT permitted.
    • If it has been at least 10 working days since we received your visa application and you would like to check the status, rather than calling please send an e-mail message to thaivisa@online.no .
  • Visa fees
    • The visa fee is 200 Kroner per entry and can only be paid in cash.
    • If the applicant want to have their passport mailed back, please include a self-addressed stamp envelop when submitting an application. Envelope size 20 cm x 27 cm and 180 NOK of stamp with track number from Posten.
  • Important information
    • Regulations are subject to change without notice. Consular officers reserve the right to request additional documents as deemed necessary. Consular officers assume the right to deny or grant any type of visa to the applicant.
    • The visa expiration date is shown on the visa. Depending on the alien’s nationality, visas can be issued for any number of entries, from as little as one entry to as many as multiple (unlimited) entries, for the same purpose of travel.
    • This generally means the visa is valid, or can be used from the date it is issued until the date it expires, for travel for the same purpose, when the visa is issued for multiple entry.
    • This time period from the visa issuance date to visa expiration date as shown on the visa, is called visa validity. If you travel frequently as a tourist for example, with a multiple entry visa, you do not have to apply for a new visa each time you want to travel to Thailand.
    • The visa validity is the length of time you are permitted to travel to a port-of-entry in Thailand to request permission of the immigration officer to permit you to enter Thailand. The visa does not guarantee entry to Thailand.
    • The Expiration Date for the visa should not be confused with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand, given to you by the immigration officer at port-of-entry. The visa expiration date has nothing to do with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand for any given visit.
    • Each time you arrive at the port-of-entry, an immigration officer decides whether to allow you to enter and how long you can stay. Only the immigration officer has the authority to permit you to enter Thailand.
Transit visa
  • Purpose of visit
    • To transit to the country of destination (Category “TS”)
    • To participate in sport activities (Category “S”)
    • The person in charge or crew coming to a port, station or area in the Kingdom (Category “C”)
  • Validity of visa

This visa must be utilized within 3 months from the date of issue.

Duration of stay up to 30 days per each entry, begin on the first date you arrive in Thailand.

  • Period of stay
  • Required document
    • Your original Passport. Must not expire within 6 months and contain at least ONE completely empty visa page
    • 1 copy of Passport or Travel Document.

(The page(s) shows your photo , name , date and place or birth and the expiration date of passport)

1 application form [ Download ]

(completed and signed by the applicant. Parents can sign for the minor).

  • 2 photos

(Passport photo, 2” x 2”, color, front-view, taken within 6 months, and write your name and last name on the back of each photo).

  • 1 copy of residence card (pink card issued by UDI) or copy of the applicant’s Schengen visa or other evidences to prove that the applicant is legally residing in Norway (only for non-Norwegian and Non-Latvian passport holders)
  • 1 copy of airline ticket

(confirmed onward ticket – showing flights into and out of Thailand. Either paper ticket or confirmed e-ticket is acceptable. If applying for 2 entries, ticket must show 2 entries into Thailand.

  • 1 copies of applicant’s recent bank statement
  • Please note that there are some nationalities that require:
    1. Additional documents
    2. Health Requirement
  • Processing time
    • Applications are usually processed within 3-5 working day after applicants submit all of the required documents. However, the processing time could take longer than 5 working days during high season (Application is to be submitted on Monday-Friday between 9-12am), Same-day-service is NOT permitted.
    • If it has been at least 10 working days since we received your visa application and you would like to check the status, rather than calling please send an e-mail message to thaivisa@online.no .
  • Visa fees
    • The visa fee is 200 Kroner per entry and can only be paid in cash.
    • If the applicant want to have their passport mailed back, please include a self-addressed stamp envelop when submitting an application. Envelope size 20 cm x 27 cm and 180 NOK of stamp with track number from Posten.
  • Important information
    • Regulations are subject to change without notice. Consular officers reserve the right to request additional documents as deemed necessary. Consular officers assume the right to deny or grant any type of visa to the applicant.
    • The visa expiration date is shown on the visa. Depending on the alien’s nationality, visas can be issued for any number of entries, from as little as one entry to as many as multiple (unlimited) entries, for the same purpose of travel.
    • This generally means the visa is valid, or can be used from the date it is issued until the date it expires, for travel for the same purpose, when the visa is issued for multiple entry.
    • This time period from the visa issuance date to visa expiration date as shown on the visa, is called visa validity. If you travel frequently as a tourist for example, with a multiple entry visa, you do not have to apply for a new visa each time you want to travel to Thailand.
    • The visa validity is the length of time you are permitted to travel to a port-of-entry in Thailand to request permission of the immigration officer to permit you to enter Thailand. The visa does not guarantee entry to Thailand.
    • The Expiration Date for the visa should not be confused with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand, given to you by the immigration officer at port-of-entry. The visa expiration date has nothing to do with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand for any given visit.
    • Each time you arrive at the port-of-entry, an immigration officer decides whether to allow you to enter and how long you can stay. Only the immigration officer has the authority to permit you to enter Thailand.

 

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Non-immigrant visa (Work, Study, Long visit)
  1. Non-immigrant visa
    • Purpose of visit
      • To conduct business, attend conference, or to work (Category “B”)
      • To study (Category “ED”)
      • To visit family (Category “O”)
      • To conduct scientific research or training (Category “RS”)
      • To perform missionary work or other religious activities with the concurrence of the Thai ministries or Government Departments concerned (Category “R”)
      • To work as a film-producer, journalist or reporter (Category “M”)
      • To perform official duties (Category “F”)
      • Other activities (Category “O”)
    • Validity of visa
      • A single-entry must be utilized within 90 days from the date of issue.
      • A multiple-entry visa must be used within 1 year from the date of issue.
    • Period of stay

Period of stay depends on purpose of stay in Thailand. Please see from required document in section below.

  • Required document

Please note that passport holders of some non-Norwegian nationalities may require additional documents and vaccine certificate for their application. Please see below.

For the purpose of conducting business and conference (Type “B”) [not including employment]

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist Visa in the tab above please include:
  2. An original letter of invitation on company letterhead from the business host in Thailand stating the objective of the visit to Thailand.
  3. A letter from the employer in Norway stating the objective of the visit to Thailand.
  4. A copy of the host’s Thai Business Registration and Thai Business License which is issued by the Department of Commercial Registration (will be requested on a case-by-case basis so it is a better idea to have it prepared)

For the purpose of employment (Type “B”) – Single-Entry only; no multiple entry visas

For information on procedure for working in Thailand see “Standard Process for Foreigners Who Wish to Work in Thailand.”

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist Visas in the tab above please include:
  2. An original letter of invitation on company letterhead from the business host in Thailand.
  3. A copy of the host’s Thai Business Registration and Thai Business License which is issued by the Department of Commercial Registration (will be requested on a case-by-case basis so it is a better idea to have it prepared)
  4. Employment contract indicating rationale for hiring the applicant as well as his/her salary, position and qualification.
  5. A copy of work permit issued by the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare (only in case the applicant has previously worked in the Kingdom).
  6. The approval letter from the Ministry Labour and Social Welfare
  7. Applicant may not be required to submit this document with his/her visa application but the employer should begin processing the request to avoid any delays in processing the Work Permit. The Visa Officer may ask for this document depending on the type of employment(The employer of the applicant should first apply for and receive the approval letter for the applicant’s employment through Department of Employment, Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, Mit-Maitree Rd. Dindaeng, BKK 10400 Tel. (662) 617-6578 Fax. (662) 617-6576 in case of outside Bangkok the employer apply through the District Office /or the Provincial Office. Once the approval letter has been granted, the applicant attach this approval with his/her visa application)

Note: All employment-based Non-Immigrant Visas with or without a valid Work Permit including teaching will be issued single-entry visas.

For the purpose of studying (Type “ED”)

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist visa in the tab above please include:
  2. Copy of Norwegian student card (if applicable)
  3. An confirm letter form Norwegian school/university.
  4. An original letter of acceptance from the concerned accredited school, university or institution in Thailand.
  5. An copy of the school’s registration in Thailand. Please note that if the applicant is not attending a school or university as a full-time student (for example attending a dive school, Muay Thai training camp, Thai language school, massage school, etc.), we will not issue the Non-Immigrant visa unless the applicant provides a letter of approval from the Thai Ministry of Education.

For the purpose of visiting family, as a spouse of a Thai national. Or for the purpose of visiting Thailand as a former Thai national. Or volunteering with an NGO in Thailand (Type “O”):

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist visa in the tab above please include:

To visit as a spouse of a Thai nationality, Fiance and Fiancee are not included in this category.

  1. A copy of a valid and effective marriage certificate, must be certified true copy by the owner.
  2. A copy of Thai passport /or Thai I.D. of the spouse, must be certified true copy by the owner.
  3. A letter from the spouse verifying that the applicant and the spouse are still married and the purpose to visit Thailand (maybe requested by the Embassy).

To visit as an immediate family member of a Thai nationality.

  1. Documents proving such relationship with the visa application e.g., Birth Certificate and Thai Passport/ Thai I.D. of the parents who are Thai.

To visit as a volunteer for an NGO (non-government organization) – single entry only.

  1. Signed letter on the organization’s letterhead stating duration of stay, duties, etc. along with a copy of the ID card/Passport of the person who sign the document.
  2. An copy of organization’s registration.

For other purposes (such as for pensioners age above 50 years old) – single entry only, for multiple entry please see ” O-A” below.

  1. Evidence of pension payment from NAV of not less than 65,000 Baht (15,000 NOK)/month nett (current Thai exchange rate is available from the Bank of Thailand website) or
  2. Bank statement showing a balance in the amount of not less than 800,000 Baht.

NOTE: If the applicant’s spouse will be accompanying him or her, a copy of the applicant’s valid marriage certificate must be presented as supporting documentation.

For the purpose of research (Type “RS”)

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist Visas in the tab above, please include:
  2. An official approval letter from the National Research Council of Thailand (for more information please see http://www.nrct-foreignresearcher.org/index.php?lang=en)

For the purpose of religious activities (Type “R”) – No multiple-entry visas

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist Visas in the tab above, please include:
  2. An approval letter from the Religious Affairs Department of the Ministry of Education.

For the purpose of working as a film-producer, journalist or reporter (Type “M”) – Single entry visa only

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist Visas in the tab above, please include:
  2. An official note from the Ministry of Foreign Affair certifying the purpose of travel is required. Please see information athttp://www.mfa.go.th/main/contents/images/text_editor/files/Guidanceforforeignpress.pdf To visit for the purpose of film-production,
  3. An official note from the FILM BOARD certifying the purpose of travel.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand launched the online media accreditation website or MFA Media Online Service (MMOS) on August 16, 2010. The MMOS is a system developed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to streamline and expedite the online accreditation service for members of the foreign media intending to work or reside in Thailand as well as those wishing to renew their media accreditation, to extend their visa, work permit, and press card. All members of the foreign media applying for media accreditation to work or reside in Thailand as well as those who wish to renew their visa, work permit and press card must submit their application through the MMOS web site. The “Guidance for Foreign Journalists Who Wish to Work in Thailand” is available at http://mmos.mfa.go.th/en/login.php

For the purpose of official duties (Type “F”) e.g., military exercises or government assignments

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist Visas “Tourist Visa Requirements” please include:
  2. An original official letter on official letterhead certifying the purpose of travel from concerned institutes in Thailand.
  3. A signed letter on official letterhead stating purpose of trip to Thailand and/or a copy of military orders (e.g. Cobra Gold Exercises)

For the purpose of retirement (Type “O-A”)  –  Multiple entry only: must apply personally at the Embassy

Qualifications of an applicant

  1. A foreign national whose age is 50 years or above. (on the date of submitting the application)
  2. Not being prohibited from entering the Kingdom under the Immigration Act. B.E. 2522 .
  3. Having the nationality of or the residence in Norway.
  4. Having no criminal record against the security of Thailand and Norway.
  5. Not having prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No.14 (B.E. 2535).

(Leprosy, Tuberculosis [T.B], Elephantiasis, Drug addiction, Alcoholism, 3nd step of syphilis).

Required documents (One original set and 2 copies)

  1. Along with the same documentation required for Tourist Visas in the tab above, please include:
  2. 2. Three visa application forms |Download|
  3. Three passport-type photos (Passport-type photo, 2” x 2”, color, front-view, taken within 6 months, and write your name and last name on the back of each photo).
  4. Three copies of the applicant’s passport (the picture page) – include the actual passport when submitting the application. Passport must be valid for at least 18 months.
  5. Three copies of Personal Data Form. |Download|
  6. Three copies of:

– applicant’s bank statement showing a balance in the amount of not less than 800,000 Baht (current Thai exchange rate is available from the Bank of Thailand website).

– or an income certificate with a monthly salary of not less than 65,000 Baht/ 15,000 NOK, for example from NAV.

– or a combination of a deposit account plus a monthly income totaling not less than 800,000 Baht a year.

If the applicant’s spouse will be accompanying him or her, a copy of the applicant’s valid marriage certificate must be presented as supporting documentation.

  1. Three copies of police verification stating the applicant has no criminal record issued by the Norwegian Police (in English). The verification must not be more than three months old.
  2. Three copies of the completed medical certificate form, it must be the Royal Thai Embassy’s form ONLY |Download| issued from Norway, showing no prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No. 14 (B.E. 2535) with the name and address of the doctor. The certificate must be not be older than 3 months.
  3. The visa fee for Non-Immigrant O-A Long-Stay (Retirement) visa is 1,250 Kroner (cash only).

NOTE: If the applicant’s spouse is not qualified for the retirement visa (e.g. not age 50+), the spouse will be considered for the Non-Immigrant Visa Type “O” or Temporary Residents.

  1. Processing time
    1. Applications are usually processed within 3-5 working day after applicants submit all of the required documents. However, the processing time could take longer than 5 working days during high season (Application is to be submitted on Monday-Friday between 9-12am), Same-day-service is NOT permitted.
    2. If it has been at least 10 working days since we received your visa application and you would like to check the status, rather than calling please send an e-mail message to visa@thaiembassy.no
  2. Visa fees
    1. 500 NOK for a single-entry
    2. 1,250 NOK for a multiple-entry
  • Visa fees can only be paid in cash.If the applicant want to have their passport mailed back, please include a self-addressed stamp envelop when submitting an application. Envelope size 20 cm x 27 cm and 180 NOK of stamp with track number from Posten.
  1. Important information
    1. Regulations are subject to change without notice. Consular officers reserve the right to request additional documents as deemed necessary. Consular officers assume the right to deny or grant any type of visa to the applicant.
    2. The visa expiration date is shown on the visa. Depending on the alien’s nationality, visas can be issued for any number of entries, from as little as one entry to as many as multiple (unlimited) entries, for the same purpose of travel.
  • This generally means the visa is valid, or can be used from the date it is issued until the date it expires, for travel for the same purpose, when the visa is issued for multiple entry.
  1. This time period from the visa issuance date to visa expiration date as shown on the visa, is called visa validity. If you travel frequently as a tourist for example, with a multiple entry visa, you do not have to apply for a new visa each time you want to travel to Thailand.
  2. The visa validity is the length of time you are permitted to travel to a port-of-entry in Thailand to request permission of the immigration officer to permit you to enter Thailand. The visa does not guarantee entry to Thailand.
  3. The Expiration Date for the visa should not be confused with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand, given to you by the immigration officer at port-of-entry. The visa expiration date has nothing to do with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand for any given visit.
  • Each time you arrive at the port-of-entry, an immigration officer decides whether to allow you to enter and how long you can stay. Only the immigration officer has the authority to permit you to enter Thailand.
Deplomatic visa
  • Purpose of visit
    • To enter Thailand on diplomatic or official functions.
  • Period of stay
  • Required document
    • Application Form : Must be duly completed and signed in two places on the form. Failing to do so could result in visa rejection.
    • Copy of passport (first page with picture as well as any endorsement)
    • Original Passport (with at least six months validity from the day you plan to enter Thailand)
    • Copy of return plane ticket.
    • Two standard passport photos ( 2*2 inches)
  • Processing time
    • Applications are usually processed within 3-5 working day after applicants submit all of the required documents. However, the processing time could take longer than 5 working days during high season (Application is to be submitted on Monday-Friday between 9-12am), Same-day-service is NOT permitted.
    • If it has been at least 10 working days since we received your visa application and you would like to check the status, rather than calling please send an e-mail message to thaivisa@online.no .
  • Visa fees
    • The visa fee is 200 Kroner per entry and can only be paid in cash.
    • If the applicant want to have their passport mailed back, please include a self-addressed stamp envelop when submitting an application. Envelope size 20 cm x 27 cm and 180 NOK of stamp with track number from Posten.
  • Important information
    • Regulations are subject to change without notice. Consular officers reserve the right to request additional documents as deemed necessary. Consular officers assume the right to deny or grant any type of visa to the applicant.
    • The visa expiration date is shown on the visa. Depending on the alien’s nationality, visas can be issued for any number of entries, from as little as one entry to as many as multiple (unlimited) entries, for the same purpose of travel.
    • This generally means the visa is valid, or can be used from the date it is issued until the date it expires, for travel for the same purpose, when the visa is issued for multiple entry.
    • This time period from the visa issuance date to visa expiration date as shown on the visa, is called visa validity. If you travel frequently as a tourist for example, with a multiple entry visa, you do not have to apply for a new visa each time you want to travel to Thailand.
    • The visa validity is the length of time you are permitted to travel to a port-of-entry in Thailand to request permission of the immigration officer to permit you to enter Thailand. The visa does not guarantee entry to Thailand.
    • The Expiration Date for the visa should not be confused with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand, given to you by the immigration officer at port-of-entry. The visa expiration date has nothing to do with the authorized length of your stay in Thailand for any given visit.
    • Each time you arrive at the port-of-entry, an immigration officer decides whether to allow you to enter and how long you can stay. Only the immigration officer has the authority to permit you to enter Thailand.
Additional Document

Additional document can be required from passport holders from the list below, as Thai embassy may require approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thailand before we can issue the visa.  This may require additional time ( 1-2 months).  Please allow enough time for processing.

Passport holders from the countries below should be either Permanent Residents of Norway or holding valid Schengen visas:

A            Afghanistan,Algeria

B            Bangladesh

C            Cambodia, China, Cuba, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo

E            Egypt, Equatorial Guinea

I             India, Iran, Iraq

G            Ghana, Guinea

K            N. Korea, Kosovo

L             Lebanon, Libya, Laos, Liberia

N            Nepal, Nigeria

P            Pakistan, Palestine

S            Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Sao Tome & Principe, Somalia, Sierra Leone

V            Vietnam

Y            Yemen

Documents required in addition to your original passport with at least 6 months validity. You must apply personally at the Embassy

  • 3 Copies of Passport or Travel Document. (The page(s) shows your photo , name , date and place or birth and the expiration date of passport)
  • 3 Application forms |Download|(completed and signed by the applicant. Parents can sign for the minor).
  • 3 Photos (Passport photo, 2” x 2”, color, front-view, taken within 6 months, and write your name and last name on the back of each photo).
  • 3 Copies of resident permit card in Norway or 3 copies of valid visa which permits applicant to reside legally in the Norway.
  • 3 Copies of airline ticket (confirmed onward ticket – showing flights into and out of Thailand. Either paper ticket or confirmed e-ticket is acceptable. Itinerary is NOT accepted. If applying for 2 entries, ticket must show 2 round trip into Thailand.
  • 3 Copies of applicant’s recent bank statement
  • 3 Copies of Booking hotel in Thailand for the entire stay
  • 3 Copies of working contract if you work in Norway
  • 3 Additional information form Download

NOTE:  there are some nationalities that require Vaccination Certificate.

*If the applicant does not have his/her own bank statement, please submit the Affidavit of Support with the bank statement of the person who supports the applicant.

*If using Online Bank Statement, it must show applicant’s name and balance. Please note that we may require approval from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thailand before we can issue the visa.  This may require additonal time ( 1-2 months ).  Please allow enough time for processing.

Vaccine Certificate

http://www.thaiembassy.no/wordpress/list-of-nationalities-that-required-health-certificate/