If you are visiting Thailand on holiday then they will check to see if you have come through a country that has Yellow Fever. They will not allow you into Thailand if you cannot show that you have a Yellow Fever vaccination certificate. When you apply for a Thai visa you need to attach the certificate to your application.
If you are married to a Thai and now need to register your marriage in Thailand then the process normally will take you a week if your live outside of Bangkok. Most expats tend to drop off their documents at one of our offices in Thailand to register their marriage instead of coming to Bangkok.
The visa on arrival has been explained before on this website. If you are from a country that is not listed below then it is best to apply for a Thai visa before you arrive in Thailand. There are a number of options available. If you have a Thai wife or Thai family then you can apply for a 3 month marriage visa or Thai “O” visa in your home country.
If you are married to a Thai or have a child in Thailand then you can apply for what is called the Thai “O” visa. The visa is known at the Thai embassy as the “O” visa which means ‘other’. This is more of a family visa for Thailand than a marriage visa. If you are visiting family in Thailand you can also apply for a “O” visa. Most usage tends to be by those who are married to a Thai so over the years it was called the marriage visa.
Generally speaking, applying for a work permit involves a lot of legal work. It is because employees must also comply with the requirements of the business visa. As mentioned, the latter is needed before the work permit is being issued. See the website here for more details about a work permit in Thailand.
Despite of the exclusive privileges of the Thailand educational visa, Australian applicants may have to carefully plan their application. Yes, it is not as easy as many would like to think. It can be very cumbersome, most especially to first-time applicants. Thus, getting familiarized with proven methods can make things a whole lot easier.
The Transit Visa is another Thai Visa which is used at times by those who come to Thailand for such events as sports. These visas are only valid for 3 months. Note that this visa is very limited and it does get issued in Laos on a regular bases if they refuse a tourist visa for Thailand. See the tourist visa if you are looking at visiting Thailand or a business visa if you are looking at working or doing business in Thailand. Its much better than a visa on arrival.