It depends. For those who have only one name (either the given or family name), filling out online forms can be complicated. Depending on your nationality and other specific circumstances, there are different ways to solve the issue and complete your Thai eVisa application.
Writing “unknown” or repeating your name twice are just a few of the options, but the best idea to make sure you avoid further problems is to send us a picture of your passport so that we can evaluate the situation. Ultimately, your passport’s barcode and the Thai visa form will have to match.
Will a blank application field result in a refusal of the Thai eVisa?
Applicants are required to fill in all of the compulsory fields on the Thailand eVisa on arrival application in order to ensure that the eVisa will be approved.
Before submitting the Thai eVisa application, the applicant should check that all of the data provided on the form matches the details of the passport the traveler uses to apply. This is because even small errors may result in an delay in processing the application, or even a refusal of the electronic visa.