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    Certified translation

    Hello all,
    I have another visa question I’m sure someone here knows the answer to. I need to have my marriage license and US passport translated for a proof of marriage at the local office here in Bantak. Can I use an online certified translation? I found a place in Bangkok that does it all online in a day or two and sends it back via email.

    thanks for any input, mike

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    Go to the 'the local office here in Bantak', preferably speaking to the IO in charge of extensions and get the information from them.

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    Australia are very pedantic about this sort of thing, however online certified translation was no problem, I would expect US to be the same.

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    Thanks, I should have been clearer. It’s the local Bantak district office asking for the translation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naptownmike View Post
    I need to have my .... translated for a proof of marriage at the local office here in Bantak
    I had a similar request some years, ago, although it was for a previous UK marriage divorce document.

    I spoke to a Bangkok translation service who performed the task, but I believe it was sent to the Thai government department to be checked and stamped. Returned and then accepted by my local immigration office. I sent the papers by post and received them all back via post, paying the translation company by bank transfer.

    An additional cost for the coloured stamps ..... and a couple of days extra to wait.

    Check with your TIO if the original Thai government stamped, translation documen is required or a copy is acceptable.
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