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Tracey Brown

I develop websites and content for websites related to embassies from around the world. See more pages and content about Thai embassies from around the world. From Canada to Nepal all Thai embassies have been listed here. See the other websites listed on the sidebar for US, Canadian and British embassies.

Chilean Embassy in Thailand

The Embassy of Chile is close to the Novatel Hotel in Bangkok. There is not public transport close to the embassy however you can get off at the skytrain BTS Asok Station ot the BTS Phrom Phong Station or the subway system at the MRT Sukhumwit. The embassy can assist you with marriage registration, issue a new passport or register a birth or death in Thailand.

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Prenuptial Agreements

Not being an expert in Thai contract law I decided to look at what effect is given to prenuptial agreements in Thailand. I found that generally speaking, so long as the Prenuptial agreement is registered at the time of the marriage the courts in Thailand will uphold the agreement.

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Brazilian Embassy in Thailand

The Brazilian Embassy in Thailand is within walking distance from the subway system being the  MRT Lumphini Station. you can also get there from the skytrain being the BTS Lumphini Station however you would need to take a taxi from there as it is about a 30 minute walk from either.

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Ecuadorian Consulate in Thailand

Note the contact details for the Ecuadorian Consulate in Thailand which has been listed below. If you need consular assistance from the consulate in Thailand then it would be best to call them before you pay them a visit. The details are below but there is no map for the area.

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Which US Visa to use in Thailand

The CR-1/IR-1 (CR-1 if married less than two years, IR-1 if married more than two years to your Thai Spouse) visa is an immigrant visa, the holder of which is lawfully admitted for permanent residence immediately upon arrival in the United States.

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IR1 or CR1 Visa for a Thai spouse

An IR-1/ CR-1 Visa is essentially what to use if you want to get your Thai spouse into the United States with permanent residence (green card). See the other options such as a K1 Visa or a K3 visa while in Thailand.

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Embassy of Finland in Thailand

The Finnish Embassy in Bangkok Thailand serves all Finnish nationals visiting or expats in Thailand in matters within the scope of the Consular Services Act. The embassy also helps Finnish citizens with such matters as securing passports and other official documents, assists those in distress and offers assistance with legal issues concerning military service, citizenship or notarial services.

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Vietnamese Embassy in Thailand

If you need a visa for Vietnam then you can ask at the Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok for assistance. Many teachers in Thailand who move to Vietnam apply for the initial visa at the Embassy. You can also obtain assistance from the Embassy as a Vietnamese national in Thailand. Note the map to the Embassy and their telephone number, street address and other contact numbers. The Embassy is located not far for the Aetas Hotel and Novotel Hotel in Bangkok a walk from the BTS Ratchadamri Station in Bangkok. It is also not far from the US Embassy in Bangkok Thailand.

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Belize Embassy in Thailand

The Belize Embassy is Bangkok, Thailand and we have listed the contact details and also the telephone numbers, map and also their street address. If you need to know about a Thai visa then you can email them or you can also simply contact them about renewing your passport or registering your marriage, death or a Belize citizen or birth.

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Advance Parole

Advance Parole gives a Thai fiancée the right to re-enter the United States on a K-1 Visa after leaving the country. This is important because your fiancée cannot leave the country on a K-1 Visa and return without obtaining this crucial travel document.

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Affidavit of support for a Thai fiancee

When a US Citizen sponsors a Thai fiancé/fiancée or spouse for immigration to the United States the US Citizen must show that he/she can support the Thai immigrant. The US government is interested in making sure that an immigrant brought to the US (for our purposes a Thai loved one) will not become a public charge (welfare recipient).

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Cypriot Consulate in Thailand

Note that this is an honorary consulate in Thailand. If you need more information then contact the Honorary Consulate in Bangkok for more information. There is no map for the location of this consulate so call them if you need to see them.

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