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Thai Passport

 

 


E-Passport Application


Thai Electronic Passport (E-Passport)

  1. Make an appointment via 24 hours online booking (click here)

       For your convenience of services, please kindly check the Embassy's working hours and official holidays here.

       2. For applicants under 20 years old, both of parents are required to accompany the applicant to the Embassy.

       3. You are advised not to book your travels before receiving the passport as we cannot be responsible for any cancellations.The current processing time for a Thai passport is between 4-6 weeks.

       4. The fee is £25 in cash only.

       5. Thai nationals must bring his/her Thai Identity card to submit the passport application.

       6. The applicant should always bring original identical paper works, passport and official photo ID to contact the Embassy. 

Click here to view the demonstration of how to book the passport appointment online.

Application Forms

  1. Form 1 - Request for a new e-passport  Example.1 
  2. Form 2 - Investigation (applicant information) Example.2  (for cases of lost passport or obtaining the first Thai passport) 
     

Required Documents

1. For applicants over 20 years old

  1. Current passport
  2. A photocopy of Thai House Registration or Thai Identity Card bearing 13-digit number
     

2. For applicants who are under 20 years old and his or her parents are married

  1. Current passport
  2. A photocopy of Thai House Registration or Thai Identity Card bearing 13-digit number
  3. A photocopy of Thai Birth Certificate
  4. A photocopy of Parents' Marriage Certificate
  5. A photocopy of Parents’ Valid Passports
  6. A photocopy of Parents’ Thai House Registration or Parents’ Thai Identity Cards
     

  3. For applicants who are under 20 years old and his or her parents are not married

  1. Current passport
  2. A photocopy of Thai House Registration or Thai Identity Card bearing 13-digit number
  3. A photocopy of Thai Birth Certificate
  4. A photocopy of Child Custody Document, or interrogation form
  5. A photocopy of Parents’ Valid Passports
  6. A photocopy of Parents’ Thai House Registration or Parents’ Thai Identity Cards
     

4. For applicants who are under 20 years old and his or her parents are divorced

  1. Current passport
  2. A photocopy of Thai House Registration or Thai Identity Card bearing 13-digit number
  3. A photocopy of Thai Birth Certificate
  4. A photocopy of Divorce Certificate
  5. A photocopy of Child Custody Document
  6. A photocopy of Parents’ Valid Passports
  7. A photocopy of Parents’ Thai House Registration or Parents’ Thai Identity Cards


Please note:
The Royal Thai Embassy, London will issue a passport containing the first name and surname of the applicant in accordance with the personal data in House Registration Document only.

If the applicant has changed or wishes to change his/her surname after marriage or divorce, the applicant is required to bring evidence of marriage or divorce in order to apply for an amendment of his/her personal data at the District Registration Office in Thailand prior to applying for a new Electronic Passport in London.

 

E-Passport applicants must apply in person at the Consular Section, the Royal Thai Embassy, London.

 

Thai Birth Certificate registration and application for a Thai passport can be done on the same day, please see "Register of Birth ( Thai Birth Certificate)"

 

 
Replace Your Passport in Cases of Lost/Stolen Passport

 

Thai Electronic Passport (E-Passport) in Cases of Lost/Stolen Passport
 

  • First, file a report of your lost/stolen passport at a local police station. In order to issue a new passport, a police report certificate is required.

Make an appointment online here.

For your convenience of services, please kindly check the Embassy's working hours and official holidays here.

Click here to view the demonstration of how to book the passport appointment online.

  • Applicant is required to come in person. For applicants under 20 years old, both of parents are required to attend the Embassy with the applicant.
  • Applicants who have travelled to UK on Tourist Visas cannot apply for an E- passport. In this case, please contact Royal Thai Embassy for the Certificate of Identity. 
  • Processing time is about 4 - 6 weeks.
  • The fee is £25 in cash only.
  • Thai nationals must bring his/her Thai Identity card to submit the passport application.

 
Application Forms - complete all three

 

  

Please note:
The Royal Thai Embassy, London will issue a passport containing the first name and surname of the applicant in accordance with the personal data in House Registration Document only.

 

If the applicant has changed or wishes to change his/her surname after marriage or divorce, the applicant is required to bring evidence of marriage or divorce in order to apply for an amendment of his/her personal data at the District Registration Office in T้hailand prior to applying for a new Electronic Passport in London.

 

E-Passport applicants must apply in person at the Consular Section, the Royal Thai Embassy, London.

 

Thai Birth Certificate registration and application for a Thai passport can be done on the same day, please see "Register of Birth ( Thai Birth Certificate)"

 

 

For Thai People in the Republic of Ireland in Cases of Expired/Lost Passport

 

For Thai people in Republic of Ireland who have lost their passport or have an expired passport and wish to travel to the United Kingdom to get a new passport, please prepare the following:
 

  • File a report of your lost passport at a local police station. In order to obtain a temporary passport; a police report certificate is required (for cases of lost passports). 
  • Two fully-completed copies of Form 2 – Investigation (applicant information). 
  • Two fully-completed copies of Form 3 – Replacement of lost passports request form (for cases of lost passports).
  • Two fully-completed copies of Form 4 - Temporary passport request form.
  • Three recent photos (size 2 x 2 inches).
  • Two copies of Thai ID card or Thai House Registration or Birth Certificate.
  • Current passport (in case of expired passport), or copy of current passport (if have, in case of lost passport)
  • A postal order or a bank draft of £18 (for the UK) or £20 (for Ireland) payable to Royal Thai Embassy, London.
         This covers the fee of £10, plus £8 for returning temporary passport by special delivery mail within the UK, or £10 for return post to Ireland.
  • Send all documents above (1-7) by post to Royal Thai Embassy, London. Please write on the corner of the envelope “For Temporary Passport”.
     

After you have received a temporary passport, you can apply for a UK Visa to travel to the United Kingdom to get a new e-passport from the Royal Thai Embassy, London.

Please note:

E-Passport applicants must apply in person at Royal Thai Embassy, London.
 

 

 

Information for Thai Passport Holders and Visa Exemption