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Birth & Death Registration : Birth & Death Registration

**The Royal Thai Embassy will be temporary closed from 25 March 2020 until further notice.**

 

Register a Birth (Thai Birth Certificate)

Register a Death (Death Certificate)

 

Register a Birth (Thai Birth Certificate)

  • Birth certificate registration does not require an appointment however, if you wish to apply for an e-passport for your child on the same day an appointment is required.
  • The child, father and mother are required in person at Royal Thai Embassy, London.
  • To register for a Thai birth certificate, the child has to have been born in the UK/Ireland and have a UK/Ireland Full Birth Certificate.
  • Registrations of births are free of charge.       
     

Remarks: If the child was born before 1st March, 1992 (B.E. 2535), please see below under the subject "If the child was born before 1st March, 1992 (B.E. 2535)".



Application Forms

1.  A fully completed Birth Certificate Form  Sample of Birth Certificate Form

2.  Form2 – Investigation (application information) Sample Form 2

Appointment is required if applying for a passport for your child on the same day as registering the birth. Click here for online booking. 

Also, an additional form below is required;

4.  Passport fee is £30.00 and only Bank of England bank notes will be accepted.


Required Documents

If the child’s parents are married

1.  A recent (2 x 2 inches) photos of the child
2.  A photocopy of UK/Irish Full Birth Certificate
3.  A photocopy of Parents' Marriage Certificate
4.  A photocopy of Parents’ Valid Passports
5.  A photocopy of Parents’ Thai Identity Cards or Thai House Registration (for those who are Thai nationals)


Remarks: If wishing to apply for an e-passport for the child on the same day, please prepare 2 copies of all the above documents.


If the child’s parents are not married

1.  A recent (2 x 2 inches) photo of the child
2.  A photocopy of UK/Irish Full Birth Certificate
3.  A photocopy of Parents’ Valid Passports
4.  A photocopy of Parents’ Thai Identity Cards or Thai House Registration (for those who are Thai nationals)
5.  A Request Form to be completed by the father, leaving the signature section blank to be signed in person in front of the Consular officer, if the child wishes to use the father’s surname - this is a consent form for the child to use the father’s surname.

     Memo to be completed by the mother, stating her familial status that she lives with the father and the child but has not registered the marriage.

6.  A photocopy of Child Custody document - Por. Kor. 14 (only for cases of lost contact with the father).

Remarks: If wishing to apply for an e-passport for the child on the same day, please prepare all above documents in 2 copies.

 

* Under Thai law, a child gets his/her Thai citizenship after the Thai mother. In case that the parents are not married and the mother is not a Thai national, the child will get Thai citizenship only after the father has registered the child as his.*

If the child’s parents are divorced

1.  A recent (2 x 2 inches) photos of the child
2.  A photocopy of UK/Irish Full Birth Certificate
3.  A photocopy of Divorce Certificate
4.  A photocopy of Child Custody Document (if divorced in Thailand)
5.  A photocopy of Child Custody Document - Por. Kor. 14 (if divorced in UK)
6.  A photocopy of Parents’ Valid Passports
7.  A photocopy of Parents’ Thai Identity Cards or Thai House Registration (for those who are Thai nationals)

Remarks: If wishing to apply for an e-passport for the child on the same day, please prepare all above documents in 2 copies.


* By Thai law, a child gets his/her Thai citizenship from the Thai mother. In case that the parents are not married, and the mother is not a Thai national, the child can get Thai citizenship only if the father has registered the child as his*

If the child was born before 1st  March, 1992 (B.E. 2535)
1.  Complete forms in section 2 above and prepare documents as in sections 3.2 or 3.3 or 3.4. 
2.  For UK, Full Birth Certificate must be prior-certified by the Legalisation Office, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). For Republic of Ireland, Full Birth Certificate must be prior-certified by the Department of Foreign Affairs in Ireland.
3.  The original of the Full Birth Certificate will be kept for the record at the embassy.
4.  Father and mother are required to come in person if requesting registration of births before 1992.
5.  The fee is £10 in cash and only Bank of England bank notes will be accepted.


 


Register a Death (Death Certificate)

For Thai people who die in the UK or Republic of Ireland, their relatives can file for a Thai Death Certificate at the Royal Thai Embassy, London from Monday – Friday during 9000 – 1230 hours.


Required Documents

1. A Death Certificate Form

2. UK or Republic of Ireland Death Certificate.

3. A Cremation/Burial Certificate or relevant documents.

4. Passport of the petitioner and the deceased.

5. A photocopy of the petitioner and the deceased’s Thai Identity Cards or Thai House Registrations.

 
Remarks: Registration of death is free of charge.