January 2, 2019
Many Australians often look to move to Thailand to retire. Before do so you, you must apply to the Thai Embassy or Consulate for a retirement visa.
Several documents must be submitted in support of any visa application.
What people don’t know is that before those documents can be accepted by the Thai Consulate for processing, they must first be notarised by an Australian Notary Public and then presented to the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for an Authentication Certificate.
We are experts in guiding you through this often difficult process. Many Australian ex-pats that our Notary has met in Thailand have told us about their frustration with the process.
These documents may include:
1.Completed and signed visa application with a recent original passport photograph.
2.Copy of Passport
3.Copy of bank statement showing credit balance of not less than THB800,000.00.
4.Recent criminal history check certificate.
5.Medical certificate indicating you have no prohibitive diseases.
In our experience, the requirements set by the Thailand government can change without notice, so we recommend you consult their website for further clarification.
Our notary public is experienced with assisting Australians in their dealings with the Thai Consulate in Sydney. Thai consular staff regularly recommend visa applicants visit our office prior to submitting their Visa application to ensure your application is processed smoothly.
Should you wish to utilise our affordable and fast notarial or legalisation services or you just need some advice, feel free to contact us via our website or email us on email@example.com and we will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.