jwest10

passports for Thai Children

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Hi And apologies if there is information already on site.
Anyhow I am led to believe that children can be put on a Thai Grandparent's passport and written permission is given by the 2 Blood parents.
If this is the case can anyone tell me the actual procedure.
Also it there an upper age limit.
Also when can Thai children have their own passport?
 

The reason I am asking in a year or twos time my Thai wife and the 2 granddaughters wanting to visit the UK and did hear about the written permission, but obviously in Bangkok.
Thank you very much

 

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Only one person can be on a Thai passport. Children have to have their own passports and parental consent is needed to apply for them.

To take the children out of the country would require consent for their parents.

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Read what ubonjoe says.

He knows what he is talking  about.

Remember, if one parent is Thai and you are legally married then your children are legally Thai and are entitled to their own Thai passports

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

Only one person can be on a Thai passport. Children have to have their own passports and parental consent is needed to apply for them.

To take the children out of the country would require consent for their parents.

 

Thank you so much and someone mentioned the Legal guardian ie my Thai wife would be going. also any idea of the address  and have just the one Dept of Consular Affairs 123 Chaengwattana Road, Laksi, Bangkok 10210.  Probably a different address. Thx again

 

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24 minutes ago, IMA_FARANG said:

Read what ubonjoe says.

He knows what he is talking  about.

Remember, if one parent is Thai and you are legally married then your children are legally Thai and are entitled to their own Thai passports

 

Thank you very much and yes I am legally married as a British person to my Thai wife.
Not in this case, what would happen if say no one knows where both parents are what would happen then?  Thxs again

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13 minutes ago, jwest10 said:

Thank you so much and someone mentioned the Legal guardian ie my Thai wife would be going. also any idea of the address  and have just the one Dept of Consular Affairs 123 Chaengwattana Road, Laksi, Bangkok 10210.  Probably a different address. Thx again

 

There are passport offices in all regions of country and in Bangkok there is more than one. A list of them is here in Thai. http://www.consular.go.th/main/th/organize/21037-หน่วยบริการหนังสือเดินทาง.html

The requirements for a children under 20 years old is here in Thai. http://www.consular.go.th/main/contents/images/text_editor/files/Manual PP/under 20(update 9-9-59).pdf

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4 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

There are passport office in all regions of country and in Bangkok there is more than one. A list of them is here in Thai. http://www.consular.go.th/main/th/organize/21037-หน่วยบริการหนังสือเดินทาง.html

The requirements for a children under 20 years old is here in Thai. http://www.consular.go.th/main/contents/images/text_editor/files/Manual PP/under 20(update 9-9-59).pdf

 

Thanks again ubonjoe

 

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