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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
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    sorry been busy.

    my daughter is 6, I took her with me because school was closed but I dont think you have to.

    The supporting docs link i used is here
    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...uments-group-2
    Your blue book should suffice but you may need a translation. A utility bill will do as well. The guy who served me asked for as much proof as possible and seeing as i didnt wanna waste another trip i gave him everything that ive mentioned.

    go prepared because they charge 25baht per photocopy in that office

    just found yhe website i used with all the info you need to renew

    How to renew a UK passport in Thailand - Thai Again
    Very useful, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Thai passports aren't issued at your local Amphur.
    Well that's where they got them last time, as did my wife.

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    Sorry to tell you but you are mistaken.

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer...3549999998&z=6

    May be you're thinking ID cards? Which are done at the 'Thessabahn'. Which is nextdoor the the Amphur where I live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Sorry to tell you but you are mistaken.

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer...3549999998&z=6

    May be you're thinking ID cards? Which are done at the 'Thessabahn'. Which is nextdoor the the Amphur where I live.
    I'm talking about Passports which are got at the Amphur in Khon Kaen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    no

    sorry been busy.

    my daughter is 6, I took her with me because school was closed but I dont think you have to.

    The supporting docs link i used is here
    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...uments-group-2
    Your blue book should suffice but you may need a translation. A utility bill will do as well. The guy who served me asked for as much proof as possible and seeing as i didnt wanna waste another trip i gave him everything that ive mentioned.

    go prepared because they charge 25baht per photocopy in that office

    just found yhe website i used with all the info you need to renew

    How to renew a UK passport in Thailand - Thai Again
    I only asked for one date, on Thursday and got it. I'm also going for lodge my application for Thai citizenship, so bound to have enough documents, I hope. Mind you , they are all in Thai.

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    I didnt have to translate anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ...go prepared because they charge 25baht per (colour) photocopy in that office
    Early this year at least a couple of offices on the ground floor charged 5 bt for colour copies, but may have raised or even doubled that since.

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    A copy of every page of the old passport! Wow, there are no stamps on both of them, what a waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I didnt have to translate anything
    Do you mean they accepted Thai docs, ie adddress?

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    the school report had no address on, driving licence is in Thai, only lease agreement was in English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    I'm talking about Passports which are got at the Amphur in Khon Kaen.
    That's where wife and family got theirs. Roiet has no facility to do so. Years ago there was a mobile service but no longer as far as I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    Do you mean they accepted Thai docs, ie adddress?
    I had to translate the tabian bahn, not saying it is but perhaps they follow Thai immigration procedures to feed their copy/translation/notary concessions.

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    They want a school report. I only have them in Thai, should I take them?

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    The more stuff you take along the better

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    I had to translate the tabian bahn, not saying it is but perhaps they follow Thai immigration procedures to feed their copy/translation/notary concessions.
    They didn't accept it in Thai?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    They didn't accept it in Thai?
    I don't read Thai but apparently my name's not on my tabian bahn, which puzzled me as to why they would need a translation since it wouldn't help toward proof of residence, and which is irrelevant anyway as they already accepted other docs including UKgov and embassy correspondence for that.

    Can't remember if this was for my or child's passport renewal which were done at around the same time.



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    ^ ahh yeah i bet it had your childs name on. we gave that as well but didnt get it translated

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    One thing I noticed, my online credit card doesn't have a valid from date. It's called entropay. Do you think this is important? It says on the form that it could be delayed of the expiry date is not given but doesn't mention the valid from one.

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    Also, anyone know how much it is, I can't find it.

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