Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ]

  1. Is Your Legal Service Accepted Internationally?
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Is Your Legal Service Accepted Internationally?

 

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Yes, most countries accept a Thai Marriage Certificate as a legal form of marriage proof. There are a few countries who do not, but I haven't experienced this personally. If you are not sure, you can email us to ask - or check out your embassy information through our link: Embassy/Consulate Information

 
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Now, the next thing we neeed to do is get your date secured, so fill out our Legal Marriage Registration Form and we will get back to you with more information about what we can do for you.

December 31

Thailand Black-Out Registration Dates!

Thailand has several "Black-Out Dates" due to long national holidays
where the local "Amphur" (Registrar) is unavailable. This usually occurs during the Thai New Year (also know as Songkran, 13-15 April) and around New Years (31 Dec to 4 Jan) - with a few days either before or after the holiday to give them a long 5-7 days holiday. If you are planning a legal marriage around these times, contact us for more information.

Other important dates to consider are national holidays for YOUR country(ies) as well. Embassies/Consulates based in Bangkok are closed in observance of both Thai and your country's national holidays.