When it comes to options and variety, getting married in Thailand is quite similar to wedding procedures in other countries. The to-be bride and groom can choose their wedding to be with or without betrothal ceremony and at a court also or at a destination of their own choice.
Couples who want to get married in Thailand have to check if they are eligible to do so. Each nationality has its own special requirements, however, there are some nationalities having common requirements (provided it’s the opposite sex marriage):
Those people who qualify must also provide a copy of their passport altogether with the arrival card, testimony confirming the marital status duly verified by the embassy along with its translated version in Thai. It should be certified by an approved Foreign Ministry Translator.
The marriage registration in Thailand can be filed in any District or Minor District Office nationwide. If the couple, for any reason, is unable to do so, they can submit their request to the Registrar. Registered marriage can be subsequently carried out at any location under the supervision of that district office and the couple will obtain Marriage Registration Certificate as their evidence.
If you are looking to getting your marriage registered, you can contact us. We, Sunbelt Asia Legal Advisors, are a legal firm in Thailand. Our team of legal and accounting experts can help you through the marriage registration process in Thailand. We will make sure that all the documents are complete required for the successful registration of the marriage. Our team has extensive knowledge of the Thai rules and laws and using the knowledge, we will ensure successful marriage registration in Thailand.
If you have any questions, queries, or want to book a free consultation with us, contact us now. Sunbelt Asia Legal Advisors are just one call away from you. You can call us at 66 (0)2642-0214 or visit our office at Fortune Town BR 26th Floor, 1 Ratchadapisek Road, Dindaeng Bangkok 10400.
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