Legalization Service

Legalization Service

วันที่นำเข้าข้อมูล 28 Aug 2019

วันที่ปรับปรุงข้อมูล 21 Sep 2022

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Legalization Service - Please make an appointment CLICK

For documents issued in UAE: All documents must be in ENGLISH and attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dubai / Sharjah. (Original stamp and signature)

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For documents issued in THAILAND: - All documents must be in ENGLISH and attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Thailand. (Original stamp and signature)

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Required Documents:

- An application form

On your own:

  • Passport
  • UAE Residence Visa / Emirates ID
  • Original and a photocopy of each document attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thailand / Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dubai / Sharjah (Attested not more than 1 year before the submission date.)

On behalf:

  • Power of Attorney

Company’s documents - Letter requesting for attestation addressed to the Royal Thai Consulate-General, Dubai, stating the purpose of attestation on a proper company's letterhead with an original company stamp, signature and name of authorized signatory along with photocopy of trade license.

Personal documents - Letter requesting for attestation addressed to the Royal Thai Consulate-General, Dubai, stating the purpose of attestation on a proper paper with a signature and name of authorized signatory.

  • Passport (Grantor / Grantee)
  • UAE Residence Visa / Emirates ID (Grantor / Grantee)
  • Original and a photocopy of each document attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thailand / Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dubai / Sharjah (Attested not more than 1 year before the submission date.)

Processing Time: 2 - 3 working days

Document Submission / Document Collection: 14.00 - 16.00 hrs. / Monday - Friday (Except Consulate’s Public Holidays)

Fees: 60 AED / per stamp – cash only.

 

** The Royal Thai Consulate-General reserves the right to reject any application and request for additional document(s) if necessary. **