The United States Embassy in Bangkok Thailand is one of the largest US Embassies in the world. If you are applying for a US visa then this is where you need to start. Note that if you are applying for a K1 visa in Thailand or a CR1 Visa for your Thai wife or Thai fiancee you can do so in Thailand if you have lived in Thailand for more than 1 year.

United States Embassy in Bangkok

The US embassy also assists American citizens in Thailand who are in need of consular assistance. They will also assist you with a birth registration, death registration, public notary or provide you with a letter for the Thai Amphur if you are getting married in Thailand and want to register your marriage in Thailand. They can also assist you with a new passport or by assisting you with getting additional pages into your passport in Bangkok.

Note there is also a US Consulate in Chiang Mai and we have listed their contact details below. Note that the US Embassy in Bangkok is not far from the Aetas Hotel and the MRT Silom Station or the MRT Lumphini Station in Bangkok. We have added a map as well as their contact details such as a street address and telephone numbers. If you have applied for a US Visa then the US Embassy will hold the visa interview at this address. See the details such as their contact details of the United States Embassy in Bangkok below.

United States Embassy in Bangkok

Consular Assistance

If you need a new passport then you will need to make an appointment online with the US Embassy:

https://th.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/acsappointment/

Complete form DS-11 and form DS-64 online but do not submit it electronically. Overseas applicants must PRINT the completed form and bring it to the appointment. You will also need the following completed:

  • Appointment confirmation page
  • Original police report documenting the loss/theft
  • Form DS-11 (completed, but NOT signed)
  • Form DS-64 (completed, but NOT signed)
  • A photocopy of your lost/stolen passport, if available
  • A valid government issued photo ID, if available
  • One new Passport Photo
  • Appropriate fee and method of payment

It takes two-weeks for a full-validity passport to be processed, printed and then mailed to the Embassy.

 

US Embassy in Bangkok

Address:  95 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel: +66-2-205-4000
Fax:
Email: support-thailand@ustraveldocs.com (Visa)
Office Hours: Visa Section

Monday – Friday:  8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (excluding Thai and U.S. holidays)
Local telephone: 02-105 4110; from the U.S. (703)-665-7349

Closed: The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays

Note that is you are retired and you need a pension letter for your retirement visa in Thailand then you can contact the US Embassy for a pension letter as proof of income for the retirement visa requirements. There are also a number of immigration offices in Thailand. From the main Thai immigration office in Bangkok to the Thai immigration office in Chiang Mai.

US Consulate General Chiang Mai

Address: 387 Witchayanond Road, Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand
Tel: +66-53-107-700
Fax: +66-53-252-633
Email:
Office Hours: Visa Section

Monday – Friday:  8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (excluding Thai and U.S. holidays)
Local telephone: 02-105 4110; from the U.S. (703)-665-7349

Closed: The Embassy is closed on all local and foreign public holidays

 

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