Legalization services

Legalization services

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Legalization services
 
            According to the regulation issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, the Royal Thai Embassy is authorized to legalize documents bearing the authentication of signatures of Peruvian, Bolivian, Colombian, Ecuadorian, and Venezuelan government official's signatures of Ministry of Foreign Affairs only. We do not accept "Apostille."
 
            All translated documents that needed to be legalized must be either in Thai or English language, bearing the genuine signatures of the government officials of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and presented along with the original documents as previously described.
 
 
 
Documents Required
 
  • Request Form 2 (Download)
  • A copy of passport or Identification card of the owner of documents.
  • Original documents bearing the authenticated seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and genuine signature of the government official.
  • Legalization processing fee is $15 per Embassy stamp requested and must be paid in cash. Applications are usually processed within 3 - 5 business days.Disclaimer: The Royal Thai Embassy assumes no responsibility for the contents of the documents.
  • Police Clearance Certificates / Certificate of Good Conduct for an applicant residing abroad
 
 
Documents Required
 
  • Certified photocopy of valid passport
  • Certified photocopy of Thai visa
  • Certified photocopy of your current visa if you are residing in a foreign country (student visa, work visa, resident visa or others) or a letter requesting for the record checks from Embassy
  • Document(s) stating that the applicant used to work or reside in Thailand
  • Photocopy of Thai working permit (if available)
  • Paper of power of attorney (If authorized someone in Thailand to submit the application on your behalf)
  • Letter explain the purpose of request and which country to use (only one country) or write in the application form that can download from the website of the Police Clearance Service Center: pcscenter.sb.police.go.th/filedownload/Documentlist1.pdf
  • Two photographs (1 inch or 2 inches)
  • Two sets of original fingerprint. Fingerprints must be taken at a local police station in your country with the official seal and signature of the official taking the fingerprint. The fingerprint must be authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in your country and legalized by the Royal Thai Embassy before sending it to Thailand. The Form for taking fingerprints can be downloaded from the website of the Police Clearance Service Center: pcscenter.sb.police.go.th/filedownload/Documentlist6.pdf You can also get your fingerprint done directly at the Royal Thai Embassy. Legalization processing fee is $15 per one copy of document and must be paid in cash.
A self-addressed envelope enclosed with the postage fee (equivalent to seven international postage vouchers which can be purchased at your local post office.) An applicant is needed to provide postage fee in order to mail certificate back to the applicant. We would not responsible for lost if nobody receives it or a change of new address. Otherwise, you must reapply again.
 
 
Note: If criminal record is found or all required documents are not submitted, then, it may require more time to process than normal.
 
 
 
How to pay the certificate fee
 
For postage delivery, you need to enclose addressed envelopes, stamp and a confirmation of money transferred to The Police Clearance Service Center bank account, which its details as following:
 
Bank Name/Branch: UOB Bank / Siam Square Branch
 
Bank Code: 024
 
Branch Code: 772
 
Swift Code: UOVBTHBK
 
Bank Address: 410-410/1 Siam Square Soi 6, Rama I Road, Patumwan, Bangkok Thailand Account Name: The Police Clearance Service Center
 
Account Number: 772-163-299-0
 
Account Type: Saving
 
Account Amount: 100 Baht (one hundred baht)
 
 
 
Note:The certificate fee amount 100 baht must be paid in Thai currency.
All money transfer costs for both inside and outside beneficiary’s country are the applicant responsibility.
It should be noted that your certificate application will not be processed until you have provided all required documents and certificate fee. Please read more detail from the following link: http://pcscenter.sb.police.go.th/filedownload/Document-3.pdf
Please mail your application directly to the Police Clearance Service Center
 
Address: Building 24, Royal Thai Police
 
Rama 1, Pathumwan,
 
Bangkok, Thailand 10330
 
Office Hours: Monday - Friday from 08.30 am. - 04.30 pm. (Local time in Thailand)
 
Tel. 66-2205-2168-9
 
Fax. 66-2205-1295
 
 
Website: www.pcscenter.sb.police.go.th