What is required if you wish to register your Thai wedding.
You will both need to provide the register with
1) A official letter from your respective embassies to state they have no problem with you getting married in Thailand. This may be easily attained in one or two days from your local Embassy in Bangkok by yourself, some consults in Chiang Mai can issue this document.
See your embassies web sites and legal requirements
The above consulates and embassy in Chiang Mai offer normally affiadvits services.
After you have your affidavits, if you marry with Lanna Weddings, we will handle all the rest of the paperwork to make you get legally married simple.
2) A translation in to English is required if the original letter of permission is not in English, will be required by the Foreign Ministry.
3) These documents must translated into Thai and be certified by the Thai Foreign Ministry, this may be arranged by us. A week is real nice but can be done in 2 working days offer you the opportunity to explore the north..
If you where married before the original copy of your divorce decree may be required by your embassy. Please check with your local embassy to make sure you have all the necessary and original paper work before you leave home.
When the traditional Thai wedding ceremony is finished and the Thai paper work is done there will be a permanent legal record for all time that you really did get truly married in Chiang Mai, Thailand. We take marriage seriously and we are sure you do too.
We will supply you with a English language translation of your marriage certificate if you like. All as part of our normal service if you get married through Lanna Weddings.
You may choose to notify your embassy after the marriage is completed, to register it officially with your government but most countries do not insist on it. In any case you will be legally, morally and happily married in Thailand!
If you want ot see the whole legal process or to do it yourself see here
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