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I strongly suggest reading through the latest comments from other readers to get their most recent experiences. Whether you're a foreign national marrying a Thai national, or a foreign couple coming to Thailand to get married, you'll need to jump through three hoops before you can legally register your marriage.
The marriage will only be recognised under the law of your home country if it is valid under Thai law.
If you do not use the express service, the MFA will require 3 days to process your documents.
If you do not have 10 days left of permission to remain in the country, then you need to go to immigration and get a Visa extension before you can start the marriage process.
That means the photo page and the page above or below it, (depending on which country you are from).
The officer at Chaeng Wattana (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) will stamp your passport translation.
In other words, simply having a ceremony in Thailand doesn't mean you are legally married.
Tell the taxi you want to go to the Show him the address in Thai: สำนักงานหนังสือเดินทาง ถนนแจ้งวัฒนะ เขตหลักสี่If you have a smartphone with a decent size screen, show him on this Google Map.Also consider that having an agent doesn't eliminate the first step of the process (the trip to the embassy), and costs considerably more.Quotes range from 2,500-5000 Baht for the agent's fee.Don't dilly dally: choose a translation centre quickly and make it clear you are on a deadline. They should be able to do the translations within 1 hour.If they say they can't do it so quickly, let them know you can pay a little extra.You will need your passport, and if you've been married before, make sure you have documentation to prove that any previous marriages have been dissolved/terminated (an appropriate death certificate or divorce certificate).Certificates issued in a third country outside UK and Thailand must be certified by its respective Embassy in Thailand.Expect to pay around 4,500 for the actual process itself.You must first go to your embassy to obtain an Affirmation of Freedom to Marry in Thailand.When I initially wrote this post it was possible to do everything in one day, but now, because of changes to the express service at the MFA, the process will take a minimum of 2 days. If you do not use the express service, you should plan for 4-5 days to get the entire marriage process completed.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) offers the express service if you submit your documents before am. There is a new rule that requires you to have at least 10 days left on your 30-day entry stamp, or tourist Visa.