Embassy of Portugal in Thailand

Ministry of Foreign Affairs


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The Embassy of Portugal has the honour to inform that after the 11th  December 2018, Schengen Visa applications to visit Portugal in the Embassy’s area of jurisdiction must be addressed to the service provider TLScontact through the email piya.ua-ariyaphakdee@tlscontact.com.

TLScontact services can be further consulted through   https://fr.tlscontact.com/th/BKK and at its address 12/1, 12th floor, Sathorn City Tower, 175 South Sathorn Road, Khwaeng Thungmahamek, Khet Sathorn, Bangkok 10120.

The Embassy would also like to inform that the analysis and the decision of visa processes continue to be its exclusive competence. TLS’s role is to receive and check all the necessary documentation to the visa application process, thus optimizing the procedures and facilitating the processes.

Furthermore, the Embassy informs that National visa applications (temporary visas and residence visas) will continue to be received by this Embassy alone and following the current procedures.

Traveler's Registration

É Português e vai viajar para o estrangeiro?

Relembramos que pode utilizar a App "Registo Viajante", disponível para smartphones, nos sistemas operativos “Android e IOS"


podendo obter mais informação sobre esta aplicação através de uma consulta ao Portal das Comunidades Portuguesas



Visa Information System – VIS


The Visa Information System (VIS) is an IT system that allows Schengen States to exchange visa data. The main purpose of the VIS is to simplify the visa issuance process, facilitate checks at external borders and to enhance security for everyone involved, including applicants.

The Schengen States’ Visa Information System has been operational since 11 October 2011. A phased rollout is underway, connecting more of these states’ visa sections to the VIS at each stage.

The VIS works by linking Schengen States’ consulates and external border crossing points to the central VIS database. The introduction of the VIS has necessitated various changes to the visa application process:

  • People applying for a visa for the first time must apply in person, so that the necessary biometric data – ten fingerprints and a digital photo – can be collected.
  • Finger scans stored in the VIS can be re‑used for further visa applications within the following five years, so these later applications do not have to be made in person.
  • When travellers enter the Schengen area, the border authorities are thus able to verify their identity by accessing the VIS.

For more information please consult the European Commission website at



26, Bush Lane
Bangkok 10500

0066 (0) 22342123
0066 (0) 22340372
ambassador@embassyofportugal.or.th (Chancery)

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