POWER OF ATTORNEY

 

General Information:

  • According to the regulation issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, the Royal Thai Consulate is not authorised to legalise the signature of a foreigner directly.

  • Prior to sending a power of attorney document to the Consulate, it should be;

    • First, certified by a notary public

    • Second, legalised by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) of Australia

  • The Consulate can only certify the signature of DFAT officer.
    For further information about the legalisation services of DFAT, please click here: http://smartraveller.gov.au/services/legalising-documents/australia.html

Documents Required:

  1. A completed Application for Legalisation which can be downloaded from the Consulate’s website.
    See below “Power of Attorney Form”

  2. Original Power of Attorney document bearing the seal and signature of DFAT officer

  3. A copy of the original document – every page

  4. A copy of your passport or driver’s license

Processing fee:

  • $25 per document

  • Payable in cash, money order made payable to “the Royal Thai Consulate Melbourne”

- POWER OF ATTORNEY FORM

 


LETTER OF CONSENT

  • A Letter of Consent is a formal document from an absentee mother/father authorising the issuance of passport to a minor (under 20 years of age).

  • The Applicant (parent) need to apply in person

Documents Required:

  1. Apply in person

  2. Passport or ID card

  3. Letter of Consent Form (unsigned) - LETTER OF CONSENT FORM

Processing fee: $25 per document


DOCUMENT CERTIFICATION

According to the regulation issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, the Royal Thai Consulate is authorised to legalise documents bearing the seal of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) of Australia only. Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is located at level 14, 55 Colins Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3001.

  1. Apply in person - Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm

  2. Apply by mail - 301 / 566 St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, VIC, 3004

Processing fee: $25 per document


AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS REGISTERING A MARRIAGE IN THAILAND

For further information on Registering a Marriage in Thailand please follow the links below to the Australian Embassy in Bangkok's website. 

Registering marriages in Thailand (English)

Registering marriages in Thailand (Thai)


POLICE CLEARANCE SERVICES 

The Royal Thai Consulate General Melbourne can only issue fingerprints for Thai Police Clearance Services. Please contact us to make an appointment. 

The Royal Thai Consulate Melbourne cannot lodge in the Thai Police Clearance application on the applicant’s behalf. The applicant must apply in person or via post at Clearance Service Center, Special Branch, Royal Thai Police (in Thailand).

Building 24, Royal Thai Police Headquarters,
Rama 1, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

Police Clearance Service Center Open Hours: Monday to Friday 08.30 – 16.30 Only Except Public holidays

Tel: +66 2 205 2168-9
Fax: +66 2 205 1295
Website: http://www.pcscenter.sb.police.go.th/
E-mail: pcsc.thaipolice@gmail.com


TRANSLATIONS

The Royal Thai Consulate General Melbourne provides translation and certification for the following documents:
(Fees listed include translation and Consulate certification)

·         Drivers Licence - $25

·         Thai ID Card - $25

For Translations of Thai Documents please contact NAATI.
Please visit their website for more information https://www.naati.com.au/ 

 


REGISTERING BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES, AND DIVORCES OF THAI NATIONALS

Registration can only apply at THE ROYAL THAI EMBASSY IN CANBERRA or THE ROYAL THAI CONSULATE IN SYDNEY

Registration of Marriage http://canberra.thaiembassy.org/Home/marriage 
Registration of Divorce http://canberra.thaiembassy.org/Home/divorce 
Registration of Birth http://canberra.thaiembassy.org/Home/thaibirthcertificate 
Registration of Death http://canberra.thaiembassy.org/Home/deathcertificate


IMPORTANT NOTICE

Fee's are payable:

  • Cash

  • Bank Cheque or Money Order (made payable to 'The Royal Thai Consulate General Melbourne')