The FIS published its latest rankings list on Monday afternoon which shows that Mae has met all the qualifying criteria to compete in Russia next month.
Ana Jelusic, the FIS Alpine media co-ordinator, told Press Association Sport: "She ticks all the boxes.
"According to the qualification system which we have, which requires her to start at least five slalom or giant slalom races, she has done so.
"It also requires her to come below a certain number of FIS points, which in this case is 140. She has done so."
Although satisfactory to the FIS and International Olympic Committee, Mae's results would not be enough to earn selection for Britain as the British Olympic Association has more stringent criteria.
Instead, the 35-year-old Singapore-born musician intends to compete for Thailand.
Her father is Thai and she has been competing under his surname of Vanakorn.
She confirmed her place while racing in Krvavec, Slovenia last weekend.
Mae achieved worldwide fame by combining classical and pop music and has collaborated with such pop stars as Janet Jackson and Prince.
She has sold more than eight million albums worldwide, earning more than 40 international platinum awards.
Mae was a skier before she played the violin, she told the Daily Telegraph in a 2010 interview.
"I started skiing around the same time as I began playing the piano, at around four, before moving to the violin at five," she said.
"It has been my dream (to ski in the Olympics), and I am hoping people will accept I just want to give it my best.
"I know I am always going to be a few points behind the top guys. I am taking a plunge.
"I am British, but realistically there is no way I could represent my own country, but because my natural father is Thai, they have accepted me."
Press Association Sport was unable to contact the Thai National Olympic Committee in Bangkok on Monday afternoon.