Letter of invitation
If you need a formalletter of invitationin order to obtain a visa, to raise travel funds or for administrative purposes, please apply by email to NLPIR 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org. The provided name must exactly match that on your passport. If you are presenting a paper, include the title. NLPIR 2018 reserves the right to ask for further information regarding e.g. the company or affiliation of the applicant to ensure the validity of requests. Note that invitation letters will be issued
1) only to applicants who have apaid conference registration
2) only for the time of the conference, namely from Spetember 7-9, 2018. Such letter of invitation does not include any commitment on the part of NLPIR 2018 organizers to provide financial support of any kind. All letters of invitation will be sent in PDF form to the email address provided. You are responsible to take care of your own visa application. NLPIR 2018 organizers will NOT send letters of invitation to consulates or contact them in any other way.
Visitors to Thailand must obtain a visa from one of the Thai diplomatic missions unless they come from a visa-exempt country or a country whose citizens are eligible to obtain visas on arrival. Thailand currently offers visa-free travel to nationals of 57 countries. The Thai government has bilateral agreements on visa waivers with some of these countries. Nationals of 21 countries can obtain a visa on arrival. As of May 2014, visa runs are no longer allowed, meaning that if foreigners wish to re-enter Thailand after their visa-free period has expired they have to obtain a visa. In August 2014 Thailand Prime Minister ordered the Immigration Police to be more flexible as the strict application of the law was affecting schools and the tourist industry.