Belgian Embassy in Thailand

The details of the Belgian Embassy in Thailand is here. Belgium has an Embassy in Bangkok and also a consulate in Lampang and in Rayong. The office in Rayong does serve expats who live in Chonburi and Pattaya. We have listed the contact details for the Belgium Embassy in Bangkok and also the two consulates in Rayong and in Lampang.

Belgian Embassy in Thailand

We have listed the contact details, map and telephone numbers for the Belgian Embassy in Thailand and the Consulates. They will be able to assist you with marriage, death or birth registrations in Thailand. They can also issue you with a ‘letter of affirmation’ or a ‘letter of no impediment’ if you want to register your marriage in Thailand. See the contact details below as they will also issue you a pension letter if you are retired in Thailand. You can walk from the BTS Chong Nonsi to the Embassy. Its about a 10 minute walk.

Belgian Embassy in Thailand

Consular Assistance

The Embassy can assist you with marriage registration. As explained above you can ask for a letter of no impediment and then collect it a day or two later. You will need to take this letter and then have it translated, certified and verified by the department of Thai Foreign Affairs. Finally you will then need to have this registered at the local District Office. You can see the process listed here. Note that if your have a prenuptial you will need to ensure that they are registered together.

If you lost your passport while in Thailand, you must report this to the police. They will open a case and provide you with a case number. When you go to the Embassy you will need to hand them the case number from the police. Only then can you apply for a new passport. If it is urgent where you must leave the country. They can arrange for an emergency travel document which will allow you to leave Thailand.

Firstly, if you have given birth or your Thai wife has given birth. You can register your child at the Embassy. You will need all the documents from the birth. This including the childs Thai birth certificate. This will need to be translated and certified. Once this is done you will then make an appointment with the Embassy. Finally you will need to take the child with you as well as all the documents.

Address: 16th Floor, Sathon Square, 98 North Sathon Road , Bangrak Bangkok 10500
Tel: 0 2108 1800
Fax: 0 2108 1807
Office Hours: 08.00 – 12.00
13.00 – 16.00
Closed: The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays


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