Notary Public for Thailand Visas
As an Australian applying for a retirement visa for Thailand, the documents being submitted as part of your application must be properly bound and notarised by a notary public like myself.
The following documents will need to be provided to your notary in original form plus three (3) copies:
- 1. Completed and signed visa application FORM A with a passport photograph no more than 6 months old. Photographs must be original and not photocopies; be taken without glasses or head wear; and attached to the application form.
- Copy of your passport biography page.
- Completed Personal Data Form.
- Copy of your bank statement showing one of the following: A balance of no less than 800,000 Baht; an original income statement with a monthly salary of no less than 65,000 Baht; or a deposit account plus monthly income of no less than 800,00 Baht a year.
- Original letter from a bank or financial institution confirming that you have sufficient funds.
- Criminal history check certificate not older than 3 months prior to submitting the application.
- Medical certificate indicating that the applicant has no prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No.14 (B.E. 2535) issued no longer than 3 months prior to submitting the application.
For additional information you can visit the Royal Thai Consulate General’s website. If you are applying for a visa to travel to Thailand, especially a retirement visa, make sure to check whether the formal requirements regarding notarisation apply to you.
If you would like to book an appointment in my Melbourne CBD Office or Box Hill South Office, please click the button below to go to my notary bookings page. The following page will outline fees associated with the appointment as well as booking information.