How do I book an appointment at British embassy?
British Embassy launches online consular appointment system
- Click on the Consular Appointment Booking System link for the service you require here.
- Select the appointment date and time you require and enter your details.
- Once your appointment has been booked, a confirmation email will be sent to your email address.
How do I apply for a UK visa from Thailand?
Although generally, all applicants need to submit the following:
- a valid passport or travel document.
- all previous passports or travel documents if available.
- a completed application form.
- a passport-sized (45mm x 35mm), colour photograph of yourself.
- the supporting documents relevant to the application.
- the visa fee.
How much is a UK visa from Thailand?
What are the fees for a UK Standard Visitor Visa? The amount you are going to be charged for a UK Standard Visitor Visa depends on your country of origin and the processing speed you choose for your application. Here are the fees for Thai citizens: Standard – USD 170.00.
How to get into the British Embassy in Bangkok?
Entrance to the British Embassy Consular section in Bangkok is now on appointment system so you cannot just walk in anymore you have to go the website below and make an online appointment you will then print the appointment and take it with you to show the Embassy security on the front gate. Without an appointment you will not be allowed entry.
Can a British Embassy extend a visa in Thailand?
On Monday 2nd November 2020, the British Embassy Bangkok received verbal confirmation from Thai Immigration Bureau that Embassy letters are not required to extend visas within Thailand. Instead, you can complete an affidavit at your local Immigration Office.
Can a British Embassy in Thailand issue a no objection letter?
The embassy will only become involved when the government of the country that the child is being adopted from requests a letter of no objection from the British authorities. The embassy in Bangkok can only issue such a letter if at least one of the parents is not habitually resident in the UK.
Is the British Embassy in Bangkok wheelchair accessible?
Although most entrances are generally clear and unobstructed, wheelchair access from Wireless Road is not possible through the usual public access route so wheelchair users will be assisted to use an alternative gate. The main entrance to the embassy reception area and Visa Section are accessible by 2-3 stairs or an access ramp.