This website provides information to visa applicants residing in the area served by the Embassy of Finland in Bangkok, who wish to apply for a Schengen visa not exceeding 90 days to Finland. Visa applications can be submitted at the Visa Application Centre. The visa applications are processed and the decisions are made at the Embassy of Finland.

Step 2 Before you decide to apply for a visa please make sure you familiarize yourself with the information on the visa subclass you are applying for. Quick links to information on visa categories and other helpful information including Visa Fee, VFS Service Charge and Processing Time can be found on the Visa Wizard page on this website.

Step 3 Applicants should fill the Visa Application Form corresponding to the visa subclass under which they wish to lodge their application. Applicants can get the visa application form by visiting the nearest Australia Visa Application Centre or by downloading the forms from Applications and Forms.

This website provides information about Schengen visas to Finland and how to schedule an appointment to submit your visa application at the Finnish Embassy in Bangkok. Schengen visa gives a right to spend at most 90 days in any 180 days period in Schengen area. The Visa applications are processed and the decisions are made at the Embassy of Finland in Bangkok. After the visa decision is made, passport will be sent to the applicant by Thai post.

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News And updates

The Finland Visa Application Centre in Bangkok

Published on 28 March 2016

Effective 07 March 2016 the Visa Fee of Schengen

Published on 08 March 2016

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