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US Visa in Thailand

The information below are intended to help you be informed and prepare for your US visa application at the U.S. Embassy in Thailand or U.S. Consulate in Thailand.

Common US Visas in Thailand

Types of US Visa available in Thailand

K1 Visa Thailand

The K-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa that is issued to the Thai fiancé or fiancée of a US resident.

K3 Visa Thailand

K3 visa Thailand is a multiple-entry, non-immigrant visa for Thai spouse with a validity period of two years.

US Tourist Visa

US Tourist Visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows its holder to stay in the US for a maximum of 6 months.

Adjustment of Status

Adjustment of Status is a procedure when a foreign spouse wants to become a permanent resident of the United States.

CR1 Visa Thailand

CR-1 visa is similar to the IR-1 visa but it is issued to a Thai spouse of an American citizen who has been married for less than two years.

IR1 Visa Thailand

IR-1 visa is an immigrant visa issued to the foreign spouse of a U.S. Citizen who has been married for more than two years.

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US Tourist Visa Thailand

US Tourist Visa Thailand

Through its beautiful beaches, amusement parks, architecture, outdoor activities, and sports, many of the Thai national wishes to enter the US as a tourist. The US Tourist Visa allows you…
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Adjustment of Status

Adjustment of Status

Adjustment of Status for Non-US Citizens It is a process wherein an alien will be converted to become a legitimate permanent resident in the US without the obligation to leave…
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Police Clearance Thailand

Police Clearance in Thailand

If you are going to get a US visa for your Thai wife or your Thai fiancee then you will need a police clearance certificate from Thai police. The following…
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US Embassy in Thailand

The US government has two embassies in Thailand as can be seen from the US visa stats which have been listed on this website. Note the contact details for the…
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Denied US Visa Application Thailand

US Visa Denial

There are a number of reasons why a US visa has been denied. You do need to speak to a US immigration lawyer who has the ability to view your…
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Family with K2 Visa Thailand

K2 Visa in Thailand

If you have applied for a K-1 Visa and have a child in Thailand or your Thai fiance has a child in Thailand then the child can go with you…
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