Death Certificate

If a Thai national die in Norway, relatives or friends can report the death of that person at the Royal Thai Embassy. The embassy will issue a Thai Death Certificate, and it is free of charge.  After that, you can bring this Death Certificate to report to the relevant Thai authorities in Thailand.

  • Please scan all the required documents and send them to consular.osl@mfa.mail.go.th
    The Embassy will schedule an appointment for you once we see that you have all the required documents.

Required document(s)

  • Original Thai passport or Thai I.D. card of the dead person.

  • A death certificate (must be in English), must be issued by Norwegian authorities and it must be legalised by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (UTENRIKSDEPARTEMENTET (UD), Legalisation), 

    For more information regarding legalisation process can be found here:
    English version: Regjeringen.no - Legalisation
    Norwegian: Regjeringen.no - Legalisering

  • A document stating causes of death in English, issued by Norwegian authorities. The document must indicate the date and time of death

  • Document stating postmortem treatment including the name of the place and address.

  • A valid passport and I.D. card of the reporter/informer (A person who reports the death at the Royal Thai Embassy)
  • Thai house registration and Norwegian house registration (bostedsattest) of the deceased