Consular Services™ assists with One Stop Visa to non-Schengen members such as England (United Kingdom, UK, Britain) in Europe from Thailand, whether it is about Visitor Visa, Tourist Visa, Au Pair Visa, Student Visa or another Visa.
You can find more information about our visa packages and promotions at: Visa To Europe. Otherwise you can get more information about our visa packages by sending us an email. You can find our contact information under Contact.
Required documents for a UK Visa depends on the type of Visa and personal situation but might be such as:
- Proof of accommodation or sponsor
- Documents showing strong links to Thailand
- Evt. a letter of employment and leave permission
- Supporting letter(s) from sponsor in UK
- Sufficiency of funds
- Proof of regular contact and you have met each other
- Evidence of marital status
More about our service:
Our service is to assist with the visa application. We are however not associated with any embassy (or consulate), but we are a private consultancy. Thus, we do not sell or provide visas, and, like any embassy, we cannot guarantee a visa. And our fee does not include fee to the embassy (and visa center), travel insurance and flight ticket.
But our fee includes services as:
- Assistance with the Invitation Letter in case of Business or Visitor Visa
- Looking through the Application and the Check List
- Help with eventual missing documents as e.g. passport
- Translation of eventual relevant documents (one translation is included in our fee)
- Necessary photos and photocopies
- Filling in the Application according to your information
- Coordinating and reservation of air ticket, if needed
- Coordinating and issuing of travel insurance, if needed (the cost of insurance is not included)
- Evaluation and making the Application ready
- Making an appointment at the visa center/embassy, if required
- Escort to the visa center/embassy to deliver the application
- Picking up the visa/travel documents at the visa center/embassy, if needed
- Issuing of air ticket (the cost of ticket is not included)
- For an extra fee, transfer to the airport and assistance with check in
- All forms are free at the visa center/embassy in Bangkok, but for some countries the sponsor needs to pick up forms or documents at a local authority or bank (they might charge a fee)
A little bit about culture from www.wikipedia.org:
“The culture of England refers to the idiosyncratic cultural norms of England and the English people. Because of England’s dominant position within the United Kingdom in terms of population, English culture is often difficult to differentiate from the culture of the United Kingdom as a whole. However, there are some cultural practices that are associated specifically with England.
English folklore is the folk tradition that has evolved in England over the centuries. England abounds with folklore, in all forms, from such obvious manifestations as semi-historical Robin Hood tales, to contemporary urban myths and facets of cryptozoology such as the Beast of Bodmin Moor. The famous Arthurian legends may not have originated in England, but variants of these tales are associated with locations in England, such as Glastonbury and Tintagel.
Examples of surviving English folk traditions include the Morris dance and related practices such as the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance and the Mummers Plays. In many, usually rural places, people still gather for May Day festivals on the first of May to celebrate the beginning of summer. This traditionally involves local children skipping around a maypole – a large pole erected on the village green (historically a tree would have been specially cut down) – each carrying a coloured ribbon, resulting in a multi-coloured plaited pattern. The festival traditionally features Morris dancing and various festivities, culminating in the crowning of a ‘May Queen’. Many regional variations of the festivals exist; the oldest still practiced today is the “‘Obby ‘Oss festival of Padstow, which dates back to the 14th century.
The utopian vision of a traditional England is sometimes referred to as Merry England.”