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And yet another Visa question. This time going to MUC

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Thai GF?

Actually, I don't know about your situation, but if a TG wants to visit her German BF, he must invite wants to . She must prove that she will return to LOS, which means she must prove that she has regular job with a regular income... Also he must pledge that he pays for all costs which might occur (like medical treatment) during her stay.

 

This is the cause for a lot of broken hearts on Thai related forums in Germany, since this means that it is impossible to obtain a tourist visa for a Thai BG.

 

Anyway, I would give the German embassy in BKK a call. They should know.

Applicants must prove that they have adequate funds for the intended stay and may not claim any public funds in this connection.

 

 

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Yes. MY Thai GF wants to go to Germany. I am American so I dont need a visa. No idea about hers but am interested in the details as I could not seem to find info on the German Embassy Site.

 

I figure things like a prepaid round trip air ticket would be one of them.

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How to apply for a Tourist or Visitor's visa

Necessary doucments:

 

1. Passport (valid for at least 3 months after your return)

2. Completely filled in application form

3. Two passport pictures, 5 x 3 cm (2 inch), white background

4. Medical Travel Health insurance, coverage minimum 30.000 Euro or equivalent amount in Baht

5. Formal pledge by the inviting German resident ('Verpflichtungserklärung') which can be obtained at the local German immigration office or [color:red]sufficient own funds to cover the costs that may arise throughout your stay in Germany (documents required: e.g. bank book, personal account summary or similar documents)[/color]

6. Reservation of flight and hotel if the purpose of stay is tourism (No Ticket!)

7. Visa fee equivalent to 60 Euro, approx. 3.000.- Baht

8. Applicants under the age of 20 years additionally need to submit the approval of their legal guardians

9. 1 copy of all documents mentioned above (Passport: pages with passport photograph and personal data and previous visas)

In some cases, additional documents might be required!

 

[color:red]Applicants have to appear in person for an interview.[/color] Please arrange an appointment by calling the Call Center Teleinfo Media, Tel. 1900 222 343, Mon – Fri 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m (9.- Baht/Minute).

 

Additional information:

 

Please allow 3 working days in order to process the visa application for holders of Thai passports. For holders of other passports with residence permit and re-entry visa of Thailand, it might take longer to process the application. For citizens of the Philippines and Indonesia the processing time is approx. 10 days.

 

Malaysian and Singaporian passport holders do not require a visa to enter Germany. Holders of Thai official and diplomatic passports do not require a Schengen visa for a business trip.

 

The Schengen visa is valid for Germany, France, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, Norway, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary and the Czech Republic.

 

You need to apply for the Schengen visa at the Embassy of the country of your main destination. If you plan to visit several Schengen countries and you do not have one main destination, you have to apply for a Schengen visa at the Embassy of the country where you will first enter the Schengen area.

 

For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact the Visa Section of the German Embassy.

 

Link

 

It would be great to have beer here in Germany :beer:

 

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the German embassy will usually refuse to give a TG a visa.

 

The reason is invariably the same: they want proof that the TG will return to Thailand.

All the other points mentioned above are mere technicalities.

 

To prove the "intention to return" the following may be useful:

 

TG owns real estate in Thailand.

TG has dependent children in Thailand.

TG has held a stable, well paying white-collar job for a lengthy period of time. (Of course, the embassy figures that with a good job she cannot get a holiday of more than 10 days to travel. So better dont apply for more than that.)

TG has a fully paid package tour (NOT just a return ticket). Costs about 100,000 THB.

TG has travelled to other rich countries, preferrably countries where she needed a visa (NOT just Singapore).

 

The "intent of return" is judged by the Thai female embassy staff. So if your TG is rich, all of the above is not really necessary. Praewa would certainly get a visa. On the other side, if your TG is of lower caste than the embassy staff, all of the above may not be sufficient.

 

If the age difference between you and TG is much bigger than acceptable in Germany she will not get a visa (different rules apply for prostitutes who go to Germany to work there, they get their visa through the mob).

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