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The certification of non-Thai nationals’ signature

The Royal Thai Embassy is not allowed to directly certify the genuine signature of non-Thai nationals.

  • Belgian and Luxembourgish nationals wishing to sign Thai documents or documents that need to be used in Thailand (e.g. power of attorney) need to do the following:
  1.  A document signed with the signature must be certified by a notary or a Mayor/Burgemestre a copy of the passport
  2. Legalise such documents at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belgium/Luxembourg in a sticker/paper version. (The Embassy does not accept a digital version)
  3. Legalise the legalisation apostille certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Royal Thai Embassy in Brussels by preparing documents as follows:
    • no.1: A Legalisation application form (this is not an attorney form) and indicate the number of apostils that need certifying
    • no.2: An original document and a copy of the passport that has been legalised by the MFA of Belgium/ Luxembourg ( apostils in a paper version only) * a digital version is not accepted
    • no.3 :(If any) a translated version that has been legalised by the Ministry of Justice and the MFA
    • no.4: A facsimile/ an exact photocopy (recto-verso) of no. 2 ( and no. 3)
    • Fees: 15 euros per apostille

The Consul will certify the genuine signature of the MFA officers only (The content of the document is not certified).

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