In this paper, we present the immobilization of thiol-modified aptamers on alkyne- or alkene-terminated silicon nitride surfaces by laser-induced click chemistry reactions. The aptamers are printed onto the surface by laser-induced forward transfer (LIFT), which also induces the covalent bonding of the aptamers by thiol-ene or thiol-yne reactions that occur upon UV irradiation of the thiol-modified aptamers with ns laser pulses. This combination of LIFT and laser-induced click chemistry allows the creation of high-resolution patterns without the need for masks. Whereas the click chemistry already takes place during the printing process (single-step process) by the laser pulse used for the printing process, further irradiation of the LIFT-printed aptamers by laser pulses (two-step process) leads to a further increase in the immobilization efficiency. (Figure Presented).