Marriage in Thailand for French Nationals is explained as follows. Foreigners who wish to marry in Thailand need to appear in person with their respective passports and arrival card at their embassy in Thailand to obtain the declarations attesting them being single and free to marry in accordance to Thai law.
Marriage in Thailand for Danish nationals is explained as follows. Registration of marriage in Thailand can only be processed at the District Office or Amphur, much similar to Denmark’s town hall. Always remember that marriage ceremonies at churches or in mosques or even home ceremonies with monks attending the wedding are not legally binding – therefore it is also not recognized in Denmark.
These are the basic needed for taking your Thai wife back to the United Kingdom. You will also note that your marriage registration in Thailand has to be completed before you can start the British visa process in Thailand. You will need to speak to an immigration lawyer for more information and assistance.
Marriage registration is explained below. In order to get married in Thailand as a foreigner you first have to check the marriage requirements of Thailand. Then you have to also check the documents needed for your letter of affirmation or letter of no-impediment which gets issued by your Embassy in Bangkok. Below is a brief outline of marriage laws in Thailand as well as the marriage registration process.
Before you get married in Thailand you will first need to prove that you are single. Each Embassy in Bangkok has their own procedures to verify that you are single so that they may provide you with an affidavit for the Thai government showing your status. Note that Embassy procedures do change so check with them first.
Incoming search terms:
Islamic countries tend to be more difficult to obtain the letters of affirmation from until their Western counter parts. Some Embassies will only issue a letter of affirmation if you are marrying another Muslim and others start the process in their own home countries and not in Bangkok. This is a brief breakdown of the most common nationalities in Thailand.