When a Thai citizen with residence permit in Norway or Iceland wishes to marry a Thai citizen or a non-Thai citizen and have their marriage registered under the Thai Law, marriage registration can be requested at the Royal Thai Embassy in Oslo free of charge.
1. Both or either of the couple is a Thai citizen
2. Both parties are 17 years old or above.
3. Both parties must not be confirmed by law as mentally ill or deranged person.
4.Both parties are not direct relative or half siblings.
5. An adoptive child is not permitted to marry his/her adoptive parent.
6. Both parties should not have a spouse at the time of marriage.
7. For a female applicant, whose husband died or whose marriage has become terminated, the marriage can only take place after 310 days from the death of a husband or after the divorce was registered. However, the marriage can be registered before such period in the following cases:
8. The marriage of a minor requires consent from parents or legal guardians. Without the consent, the minor may file an application with the Court for giving consent to the marriage.
1. Request Form of Legalisation (please download at https://bit.ly/3MxREMB)
2. Marriage Registration Form (please download at https://bit.ly/3ueRott)
3. Thai identification cards (for Thai applicants)
4. Passports of both parties
5. House registration in Thailand (for Thai applicants)
6. House registration in Norway/Iceland of both parties, written in English
7. Affirmation of Marital Status of both parties with validity not older than 6 months.
8. The following supporting documents must be submitted in the case that:
9. Two witnesses for marriage registration must submit:
10. Additional documents may be required
1. Please prepare the abovementioned documents (the checklist of required documents is available at https://bit.ly/36Ac72B) and send all copies to the Embassy for document review at [email protected]. All files should be named after the documents and attached in the same order of the checklist, e.g., “1. Request form of Legalisation 2. Marriage Registration Form…”
2. The document review takes 7 – 14 days working days or more, depending on the number of applications at the time. Incomplete documents may delay the process.
3. Once the document review is completed, the Embassy will arrange an appointment for marriage registration. Both marriage applicants accompanied by two witnesses must appear at the Embassy to submit all the original documents, sign registration documents and obtain a marriage certificate.
4. In case of name/surname change after marriage, the applicants must submit the marriage certificate with the changed name/surname to the local district office in Thailand, in order to register the name change before applying for a new Thai identification card and a new passport.
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