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The current uncertain travel options for a timely return to Thailand before the expiry of the Schengen visa may negatively influence the decision on a visa application. We recommend visa applicants not to apply until commercial return flights to Thailand have resumed, except for imperative family reasons and urgent cases.

If you decide to submit the Schengen visa application, you must present the following documents to support your application:

1. Proof of returning flight booking (from the following airlines):

From October 15, Lufthansa, KLM (start date to be confirmed), Air France (start date to be confirmed), Swissair, Austrian Airlines will be allowed to operate semi-commercial flights at the rate of one flight per week at the start.

2. Proof of Alternative State Quarantine booking.

The conditions for entry into Thailand must be met by travelers authorized to return. Currently, more than 90 hotels are approved as the Alternative State Quarantine hotels in Thailand for non-Thai nationality at the traveler's own expense. However, Thai citizens will be subject to a 14-day state quarantine at a State Quarantine or Alternative State Quarantine -ASQ- facility. For Thai people who are returning back home by a semi-commercial flight, they should present a hotel booking confirmation from government-approved hotels in Thailand.

3. Proof of Residence in Thailand (Thai household registration, translated Thai household registration from the approved list of translation services and legalized by Consular Affairs Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Remark:

The ASQ booking is one of the entry requirements for the person who wishes to enter Thailand during COVID-19 situation, and it is requested for the applicant who insists to submit the visa application during  this time. The Embassy shall not be responsible for any costs occurred in case that Thai authorities would have changed the entry requirements at the time you will arrive Thailand.

The applicant can find more information regarding the Measures to be complied with when traveling into Thailand  (PDF). If travelers are unable to present the required documents, boarding passes will not be issued, and they will be denied boarding.

 

 The revised short-term stay visa fees has entered into force since 1st October 2020:

  •  THB 3,000 (€ 80) for adults and children from 12 years old
  •  THB 1,500 (€ 40) for children between 6 and 11 years old
  •  Free for children until 5 years old and EU family members under 21 years old
 

In order to lift the temporary restriction on non-essential travel into the EU for Thai citizens, the Consular Section of the Embassy accepts new visa applications. Thai citizens living in Thailand can apply for Schengen visas from 1st of July.

Every two weeks, travel restrictions may be totally or partially lifted or reintroduced for Thailand, according to changes of the Covid-19 epidemiological situation.

New access methods to the Consular Section of the Embassy:

1/ Make an appointment. 2/ Be on time. 3/ Come alone except if you are a minor. 4/ Wear a mask and use your own pen. 5/ Have the exact amount. 6/ Present a proof of residence legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thailand. 7/ Alternative State Quarantine (Thai and Non-Thai) booking confirmation.

 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg must constitute the main destination of the visit(s) in terms of the length of stay and/or the purpose of the journey in order to submit a visa application at the Consular Section of the Luxembourg Embassy. Failure to adhere to this regulation will result in a rejection of the application.

 

The Schengen visa issued by the Embassy of Luxembourg allows the holder to a total stay of up to 90 days within a period of 180 days. If you get a multiple entry Schengen visa, you may leave and return any number of times within the 180-day period, but the combined stay within the Schengen Area must not total more than 90 days.

 

Visa application process

1.  

Prior to submitting a visa application it is advised to schedule an appointment at the Embassy.

Please call 02 677 7360 or send an email to bangkok.consulat@mae.etat.lu

     
    Visa applicants shall submit their application no more than 6 months before the day of the intended entry in the Schengen Area. In principle, a visa application should be lodged at least 15 calendar days before the intended visit (as this is the normal processing time). Indeed, the final decision might be taken after the intended date of departure.
     
2.   Prepare your visa application following the instructions mentioned on this website and hand in the required documents at the Embassy as per the scheduled appointment. Applicants shall present original documents and a copy of these documents. The original documents will be returned to the applicant, unless they are intended for the Consular Section of the Embassy. Any official document drafted in another language must be accompanied by a French or English translation established by a sworn translator.
     

Visa application fees

 

Please select the main purpose of your visit below to find out what requirements are necessary to lodge an application:

 

General information regarding a short stay visa