Firstly the details for the Embassy of Finland in Thailand is listed here. 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.
Embassy of Finland in Thailand
The Embassy is close to the Vietnamese Embassy in Bangkok. Look at the Google map for more details as well as the contact details and office hours of the Embassy. The Embassy is close to the BTS Phloen Chit Station and you can walk from there or take a motorbike taxi to the Embassy. There are a number of Embassies in the block. These include the Mongolian Embassy as well as the Colombian Embassy and the Polish Embassy in Bangkok.
Firstly, if you have lost your passport then this needs to be reported to the police. Secondly, Thai police will then provide you with a case number. You will need to take this with you to the Embassy as they will require the case number for a lost passport. Complete the forms at the Embassy for a new passport and hand over the case number the police gave to you. Finally, they will not allow a passport application if the passport was lost with the police case number. There is also the Swiss Embassy in Thailand as well as the Romanian Embassy in Bangkok and then the Embassy of Finland, Portuguese Embassy and the Norwegian Embassy in Thailand.
Firstly, if you are getting married and you need a letter of no impediment, or freedom to marry. Secondly, you will need to complete the needed forms at the Embassy and they will tell you when to collect your letter. Once you have the letter in hand you can look here as how to complete your marriage registration in Thailand as a Finnish national. If you wife gave birth in Thailand then you will need the Thai birth certificate and all the documents plus the baby needs to be taken to the Embassy. Finally, you can then register a Finnish national born abroad at the Embassy. Always make an appointment with the Embassy before you go.
|Address:||Athenee Tower, 14th Floor, 63 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok|
|Tel:||0 2207 8700|
|Fax:||0 2207 8702|
|Office Hours:||07.30 – 15.45 (Monday – Thursday)
07.30 – 13.15 (Friday)Consular Assistance08.00 – 11.00 (Monday – Friday)
|Closed:||The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays|
Living in Thailand
If you are looking at retirement in Thailand then you can speak to the staff at the Thai embassy in Finland for more information. Note that the closest mass transport system is the BTS Chit Lom Station. as it is less than 10 minutes walk to the Finnish Embassy in Bangkok. Finally search this website for more information and assistance when it comes to Thailand.