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Can't find the Link on the British Embassy to pay for affirmation Doc. Where do i find it?


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According to their instructions you pay online as part of the application process, the facility to do so automatically shows once you've entered all your details and indicated you'll pay online

 

 

Getting married in Thailand

To get married in Thailand you need to:

  • complete your affirmation of marital status online
  • swear and sign your affirmation at the embassy in Bangkok

Your affirmation will be valid for 3 months from the date they are stamped at the Embassy.

If your partner is British they will also need to swear an affirmation. If they're not, they might need an equivalent document.

This service costs £50. You can pay online as part of your application.

 

https://www.prove-eligibility-foreign-government.service.gov.uk/thailand/complete-affirmation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, theoldgit said:

According to their instructions you pay online as part of the application process, the facility to do so automatically shows once you've entered all your details and indicated you'll pay online

 

 

Getting married in Thailand

To get married in Thailand you need to:

  • complete your affirmation of marital status online
  • swear and sign your affirmation at the embassy in Bangkok

Your affirmation will be valid for 3 months from the date they are stamped at the Embassy.

If your partner is British they will also need to swear an affirmation. If they're not, they might need an equivalent document.

This service costs £50. You can pay online as part of your application.

 

https://www.prove-eligibility-foreign-government.service.gov.uk/thailand/complete-affirmation

 

They are saying you don't do that anymore.. You have to fill all the forms in at home and pay online.. You only have to sign the form infront of them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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