Thailand LTR Visa for Wealthy Global Citizens

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What is the LTR Visa for Thailand for Wealthy Global Citizens? 

In order to increase the country's appeal as a regional center for living and conducting business for "high-potential" people, Thailand is creating a new visa dubbed the "Long-Term Resident (LTR) Visa." Thailand is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia and is already home to global enterprises from all over the world. 

There are different types of LTR Visa. In this page you can find the information for Investors.



up to 10 years





Processing time

20 days Month(s)




What are eligibility requirements for the Thailand LTR Visa for Wealthy Global Citizens?

4 Eligibility Requirements

  • At least USD 1 million in assets
  • Personal income of a minimum of USD 80,000/ year in the past two years
  • Investment of at least USD 500,000 in Thai government bonds, foreign direct investment, or Thai property
  • Health insurance with at least USD 50,000 coverage or social security benefits insuring treatment in Thailand or at least USD 100,000 deposit

Which documents do I need to apply for the Thailand LTR Visa for Wealthy Global Citizens?

13 Document Required

  • Copy of valid passport (first page and all pages with Thai visa stamps)
  • Photograph 3x4 cm
  • Health insurance policy covering entire course of stay in Thailand, with coverage for hospitalization treatment of no less than 50,000 USD
  • Copy of Thai Government Bond in applicant’s name
  • Shareholder list with applicant’s name as a shareholder (not more than 3 months old)
  • Portfolio statement in the last 12 months issued by brokerage companies
  • Evidence of investment in a venture capital company or private equity trust registered by the Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Copy of certificate of ownership of apartment/condo in applicant’s name (Or.Chor 2, not more than 3 months old)
  • Copy of the sale and purchase agreement of the condominium unit
  • Evidence of income tax payment or annual personal income tax return showing income of no less than 80,000 per year in the past 2 years
  • Financial evidence showing an income e.g. payslip
  • Evidence of assets ownership with the value amount to declaration
  • A letter of verification issued from the country of his or her nationality or residence in the last 10 years stating that the applicant has no criminal record may be requested on a case-by-case basis.

Frequently asked questions

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  • This is one of the main reasons to apply for this visa. You will not be taxed on overseas income.

Talent Migration data for Thailand

Talent gain & drain map of 2015-2019 data. Sourced from World Bank Digital Development Data.

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