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 Sala Daeng BTS Station however you would need to take a taxi from there as it is about a 30 minute walk from either.
Brazilian Embassy in Thailand
Firstly the Brazilian Embassy located in Bangkok, can assist you with marriage registration, registering a birth or death while in Thailand. See the contact details below including the telephone numbers and a Google map to the Embassy. Always ensure that you call or email the Embassy first to ensure that you have all the correct documents. Finally some of these has been covered below when it comes to consular assistance from the Embassy. The Embassy is also very close to the Embassy of Panama in Bangkok. If you can find one you can find the other.
If you have lost your passport, then you will need to report the passport loss to Thai police. They will provide you with a case number for having reported the loss. Firstly make an appointment with the Brazilian Embassy and take the police report with you. When you complete the passport application form in Bangkok, you must give the the police case number to show that the loss or theft has been reported. You will now have to wait for your passport or they might give you an urgent travel document to leave Thailand if you are on holiday.
If you child was born in Thailand then again make an appointment. Gather all the birth documents as well as the Thai birth certificate. This will need to be translated and certified and also handed in at the Embassy. Note that normally you have to take the child with you to the Embassy of Brazil. With most countries they will also want a photo with the mother and child where you can see the faces as large photos as well. Finally email the Embassy and ask them their procedures.
Firstly if you are getting married. You will need a letter of freedom to marry. This is for the thai government to state that you are a single person. Once you have this and it may take a day or two. You will need to have this verified by Thai Foreign Affairs as well as having your letter translated and certified. See more on it under the page, getting married in Thailand which is also on this website. Finally, if you are going to have a prenuptial agreement in Thailand then this has to be registered with the marriage – all at the same time or it will not be valid.
|Address:||34th Floor, Lumpini Tower, 1168/101 Rama IV Road, Thungmahamek,
Sathorn, Bangkok 10120
|Email:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Administration Section)
email@example.com (General Information)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Consular Section)
|Office Hours:||Mondays to Thursdays: 9:30 to 12:30 and 14:30 to 15:30
(from 14:30 to 15:30, document collection only)
Fridays: 9:30 to 13:00
|Closed:||The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays|