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Veľvyslanectvo Slovenskej republiky v Bangkoku

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Appointment to visit the Consular Section

Application for a visa

A visa application can only be submitt in person at the Consular Section due to the scanning of biometric features. This also applies to applicants from accredited countries, namely Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. 

The Consular Section of the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Bangkok announces that hand over visas is only possible in person or through an authorized person at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Bangkok. The consular department does not send passports with visas to the recipients via postal or courier companies unless the handover protocol is signed and postage is paid in advance. 

Consular fees

Consular fees are collect only in cash in accordance with the consular tariff converted into Thai Baht (THB) according a monthly exchange rate. Fees cannot be send via bank transfer and cannot be pay by credit card at the Slovak Embassy in Bangkok. 

Booking appointment

It is necessary to book an appointment to visit the consular section. 

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