Visa Exemption And Bilateral Agreement Thailand

Japan has taken action on visa waiver agreements with 68 countries and regions, as shown in the table below. However, visa waivers have currently been suspended in the following countries/regions, with the exception of shady countries or regions (note 9), as measures to control the new coronavirus (COVID-19). While visa-free regimes come into effect, nationals and citizens of these countries and regions listed below are not required to obtain entry visas to Japan if their visits are tourism, trade, conferences, visits by relatives/knowledge, etc. However, if foreign nationals engage in paid activities in Japan or if their length of stay exceeds the length of stay set by each country`s short-stay regime, a visa is required to enter Japan. But soon after, government spokeswoman Narumon Pinyosinwat told the media that the denunciations were impented because existing bilateral agreements had not expired. Countries whose VOA has been cancelled are Bulgaria, Bhutan, China (including Taiwan), Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Georgia, India, Kazakhstan, Malta, Mexico, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan and Vanuatu. However, Russia is exempted through a bilateral agreement. NB: Nationals of countries that have visa waiver agreements with Thailand who work or stay in Thailand beyond the agreed bilateral agreement apply for an appropriate visa to apply for a job or residence permit before entering Thailand. (*) In accordance with visa waiver agreements between Thailand and SarS hong Kong and between Thailand and Macao SAR, all types of Thai passports, including diplomatic and official passports, are exempt from the visa requirement for a visit of up to thirty days to Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR. – The residence permit of the holder of a non-immigrant O-X visa may be revoked under the following conditions: – Spouse/child who is not entitled to an O-X visa without immigrants, may apply for another visa without immigrants to remain in Thailand with the holder of the O-X visa without immigrants. I. A list of countries that have visa waiver agreements for holders of a diplomatic or service passport or special passport with Thailand and may remain for a period of no more than 30 and 90 days, the aforementioned visa applicants are required to submit the following documents (per person) for embassy examination: travellers arriving in Thailand with this type of visa may stay in the Kingdom for up to thirty days.

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