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How to get married in Thailand as a British National in Thailand

What you need to take to the British embassy to get them to witness your affidavit 

As of March 19, 2019

 Documents needed by the British embassy in Bangkok to marry in Thailand. This list  is designed for clients of ‘Legally Married in Thailand’ only

– First and foremost is your British embassy appointment sheet printout.
 – Your current British passport on which you entered Thailand on. 
– Our prechecked by Legally married in Thailand affidavit printout. – un signed.
– Your embassy fee in Thai baht cash or as a credit card
– If previously married and now, divorced or widowed. Bring your original British issued spouse’s death certificate, or if divorced your British divorce document. You need the original and not just photocopies 
 
The embassy will actually check the grammar of your affidavit and watch you sign your affidavit. Then they will stamp and witness the affidavit and they collect your money and you can then exit the embassy.
 
***for some people the registrar will also demand an embassy certified copy of your passport. These registry offices are all in Bangkok and some in the north of Thailand. We will discuss if needed ahead of your visit to the embassy.   The embassy will charge you an additional fee. We will confirm if you need this. As many of our clients will not need it. 
 

Right outside the embassy. You will again meet our staff and hand over the following 

 
To be brought and handed over to our staff.  
a) The copy of your affidavit which the British embassy has already stamped and signed.  – 1 sheet
 
a1) ***  The embassy certified copy of your passport the British embassy has already stamped and signed. – 1 sheet
 
b) Two proper photocopies of your British passport’s photo page and the facing page. – 2 A4 photocopies.
 
c) Two proper photocopies of your actual entry stamp page (arrival stamp) and facing page.  – 2 A4 photocopies. 
 
d) That is the page which the Thai immigration officer stamped into your passport. It tells you the actual when you must leave Thailand. – 2 A4 photocopies
 
 
e) Two proper photocopies if your Fiances is a Thai national of her Thai ID card front and back. signed by her. – 2 A4 photocopies
 
f) Two proper photocopies if your Fiances is a Thai national of her Thai “Tabien Baan” AKA her house book – 2 A4 photocopies.
 
That is the basic list of documents needed by the British embassy in Bangkok to marry in Thailand. Any questions let me know. 
 
 
We will also need you to sign a limited Power of Attorney so we can do all the running around on your behalf. It by law will be in Thai. 
After these are handed to our staff and when he has checked they are there. Then you are free to go explore Bangkok or head off until your registration day.