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Thai Consulate – Los Angeles

Thai Consulate in Los Angeles

The Thai Consulate is Los Angeles is open everyday Mondays to Fridays from 9 in the morning until noon. These are mainly for walk in visa applications. All Thai Visa applications have to be submitted before 11H30 for consideration. The Thai Consulate in Los Angeles is closed on all Thai and American holidays so if you are planning on applying for a visa, be certain that there are no holidays applicable.

Be certain to arrive early and note the Thai public holidays and American holidays applicable. Alternatively apply for a Thai Visa online with Law Firm by visiting the main website as advertised.

The Thai consulate is located at:

The Royal Thai Consulate Los Angeles, California
611 North Larchmont Boulevard
2nd Floor, Los Angeles
California 90004
City: Los Angeles
Phone: (323) 962-9574 – 77
Website: http://www.thai-la.net
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Monday through Friday Thai Visa Walk-In Services – 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. All other Thai Consular Services – 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

 

 

32 thoughts on “Thai Consulate – Los Angeles

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      The cost of a non-immigrant O visa depends on where you are located and the duration of the visa which you wish to apply for. It is best that you contact the nearest Thai Embassy or Consulate in regard to your concerns.

  1. Daniel

    Hi,

    I’m traveling to Thailand for 16 days in November and was wondering if I need to obtain a visa and if so, how do I obtain the visa? I am a permanent resident of the United States (have a green card) but am a citizen of Mexico and therefore have a Mexican passport. Thanks for your help.

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      Citizens of Mexico who wish to visit Thailand are required to apply for a visa, either traveling by air or land border. We recommend that you contact the nearest Thai Embassy or Consulate in your area and apply for a tourist visa.

  2. Chinmaya Dattathri

    Hello,

    Why is the la consulate so unresponsive over email?

    I am of Indian passport holder currently in USA trying to apply for a Thailand tourist visa from the past couple of weeks. I have all the documents required with me. I would like to get them approved over email before I mail my passport to them. It’s been 9 days since I mailed “[email protected]” and I still don’t have a reply from them.

    I am starting my travels in less than a month. Can you please respond over email so that I can get started with the visa process?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      I suggest that you directly contact or visit the Thai Embassy regarding your enquiry.

  3. Rodger Richerson

    I am planning on going to Thailand at the end of Nov. or the first of Dec. I have not bought the tickets as of this time. I would like to apply for the visa by mail now so i can make sure I get it back in time. Is this possible when I do not have my ticket yet.

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      The requirements when applying for a tourist visa will depend on the Thai Embassy or Consulate who will receive your application. Please contact the Thai Embassy near you to verify your concern.

    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      If you need a lawyer to assist you with your Power Of Attorney, you may leave your contact details and we will forward your concern to one of our lawyers.

  4. Pasha West

    I’m an American citizen and my mom is Thai but now she is an America citizen. Can I obtain a Thai Passport or can I hold duel citizenship? If so, what is the process?

    Reply
    1. Thai Visa Consultant Post author

      You may contact or visit the Embassy of Thailand Consular Section regarding your concern. Please refer to details below for their contact information:
      Embassy of Thailand Consular Section

      1024 Wisconsin Ave., NW Washington, DC 20007

      Embassy/Consular Telephone: 202-944-3600 Fax: 202-944-3611

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