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    Coming back to Thailand

    I am 95% sure I will be leaving Mongolia in June, time to move on before I end up becoming bitter about the place.
    As the title suggests, I'm thinking about moving back to Thailand but have a few questions regarding documents, as I am sure things have changed since I last worked and lived in the LOS.

    Now, I get that degrees must be certified, that's easy enough.
    But what about police checks from the UK? Would disclosure Scotland be the place to get one still? Does it also need to be certified by the Thai embassy in the UK?

    Looking forward to get back in 2023.

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    I cannot give reliaible advice.
    I suggest you ask the agencies you will deal with , The Met, Police Scotland the PSNI or DBS ,Thai embassy etc
    You are right to gey ducks in a row while in UK and expect larger fees for degree validation, apostilles etc

    Welcome back for those without "history' of sausage smuggling it is a uniquely attractive place to retire for me, for making money , buyng a UK home or replenishing a Western level pension not so much?

    Be careful the level of Engrish s so high with almost everyone 100% fluent you better get in quick or you may be reduced to teaching me remedial spelling.

    Contact Us form | Police Scotland

    Disclosure and Barring Service - GOV.UK

    You may find getting a local SIM asap will help speed things if you need a Thai one pm an address

    Here you go

    Royal Thai Embassy, London


    Address: Royal Thai Embassy, 29-30 Queen's Gate, London, SW7 5JB

    Phone: +44 (0) 207 589 2944, +44 (0) 207 225 5500

    ext 5505, 5526 (for visa matters) from 1400 - 1700 hours.

    ext 5506, 5530 (legalisation) from 1400 - 1700 hours.

    ext 5531, 5534 (Thai passports) from 1400 - 1700 hours.

    ext 5503, 5504 (Birth/Death Registration) from 1400 - 1700 hours.

    +44 (0) 207 225 5528 (other matters for Thai Nationals) from 1400 - 1700 hours.

    Fax: +44 (0) 207 823 7492

    Email: visa@thaiembassyuk.org.uk (visa)
    passport@thaiembassyuk.org.uk (passport)

    csinfo@thaiembassyuk.org.uk (consular services and matters related to Thai nationals)

    rtelondon@thaiembassyuk.org.uk (general enquiries)

    pressoffice@thaiembassyuk.org.uk (press and media)
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    I don't recall teachers needing background checks....though my info is well over 2 years old.


    Here's something I found that's current: BFITS EMPLOYMENT REQUIRMENTS (EP & ICEP) — BFITS Thailand

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    Without any experience surely being out of the UK for a long time negates the validity of any CRB check. Surely some reference from your existing employer, if they will provide one. Assuming an international school then just contact one and find out surely

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    You'll probably just have to do a Thai police check.

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