Royal Thai Embassy Sweden. This is the Royal Thai Embassy Sweden. If you are in Sweden then the Thai Embassy is located in Stockholm, Sweden. This embassy can issue you a Thai visa if you want to visit Thailand. These visas can be a tourist visa, business visa, retirement visa.
Royal Thai Embassy Sweden
There is also the option of a marriage visa if you are married to a Thai national. If you are a Thai citizen in Sweden then you can apply for a new passport or register your child born in Sweden at the Thai Embassy. The contact details and a map has been added to find the embassy. Note that you need to make an appointment if you wan to replace your Thai passport in Sweden at the Embassy.
Royal Thai Embassy Sweden
|Royal Thai Embassy Sweden|
|Visiting Address : The Royal Thai Embassy, Floragatan 3, Stockholm|
|Postal Address : The Royal Thai Embassy, Box 26220 100 40, Stockholm|
|Monday to Friday|
|9.00 - 12.00|
|13.00 - 16.00|
|For inquiries: 13.00. - 16.00|
|Phone +46 8 588 04 250|
|Fax +46 8 791 73 51|
From 1 June 2021, visa applicants from Sweden and Latvia are required to apply online at https://thaievisa.go.th
Swedish or Latvian passport holders are exempted from a visa if they plan to stay in Thailand for less than 30 days. When submitting an application online, your name must be in the order as it appears on your passport. Special characters such as Å, Ä and Ö must be put as AA, AE and OE. Failure to do so will result in your application being rejected.
- The validity of your passport must be at least 6 months left before the departure date.
- Please make sure you put the correct e-mail address to receive the E-Visa
Royal Thai Embassy
Address: Floragatan 3, 114 31 Stockholm
Tel.: +46 (0)8 588 04 267 (13.00-16.00 hrs.)
Applying for a Thai E-Passport
To begin, please prepare all the required documents listed on the checklist, which can be downloaded by clicking here.
In addition to the documents listed in step 1, you will need to fill out the Application Form and the Letter of Confirmation. You can download these documents by clicking here.
You will need to bring your passport and a copy of the photo page.
Additionally if you are a Thai citizen, you will also need to provide a valid Thai ID card and a copy of it. If your Thai ID card has expired or been lost, you will need to make an appointment online to renew it on thier website before applying for a Thai E-passport. Please note that a Thai ID card can be issued within 30 minutes of application. So an appointment for a Thai ID card must be made before scheduling a Thai E-passport appointment. If you are applying for your first Thai ID card, you must do so at the district office (Amphoe) in Thailand.
The fees for a Thai E-passport are as follows: 350 SEK for a 5-year validity passport and 500 SEK for a 10-year validity passport. Payment must be made by Swish at the Embassy after the completion of the application process.
Passport by Post
Likewise if you wish to receive your E-passport by post. You must prepare a return envelope. There are two options available, 6.1 and 6.2, both of which require you to prepare a C5 envelope to be submitted at the time of application.
Option 6.1 is to purchase pre-registered, pre-paid REK (Rekommenderat brev) mail online only from postnord.se. You cannot buy a return REK envelope at the post ombord, and it must be INTERETBETALD only. To purchase online, visit www.postnord.se, click “Köp frakt online”, choose “REK”, choose “maxvikt 100g (98 kr)”, fill in “Avsändare” with the following information: Royal Thai Embassy Stockholm, BOX 26220, 100 40 STOCKHOLM, fill in “Mottagare” name and address, and print out the label to put on a C5 size envelope.
Option 6.2 is to purchase stamps with a value of 123 SEK and put them on a C5 size envelope marked with your return name, address, and telephone number.
Note: Additionally please prepare one return envelope per passport. Do not purchase the REK mail more than 10 days before the appointment. This as the REK mail label is only valid for 2 months from the date of purchase. Likewise please use the parent’s or guardian’s name and address instead of the child’s name on the return envelope.
In addition to the documents listed in steps 1-4. You may need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances. If your name or last name has changed. Then you will need to provide a copy of the certificate proving the change, issued by a district office (Amphoe) in Thailand. Additionally if your name or last name in the house registration is different from that on the old passport. This or valid Thai ID card, you will need to provide a copy of the house registration. If your old passport is still valid but has been lost or stolen. Likewise you will need to provide a copy of the relevant police report.
Collecting the Thai E-passport
Once your new Thai E-passport is prepared in Thailand. It will be sent to the Royal Thai Embassy for collection. The processing time for the passport takes approximately 4-6 weeks after the application is submitted.
Furthermore there are two options available for the applicant to receive their new Thai E-passport. They can either pick it up at the Royal Thai Embassy in Stockholm on the specified day and time indicated on the receipt, which is typically on Fridays from 14:00-16:00 hrs, or they can choose to have it sent to their address in Sweden by providing a pre-paid return envelope. It is important to note that if the applicant fails to collect their new passport within 90 days of the specified date, the Royal Thai Embassy reserves the right to cancel and void the passport. In such a case, a new application and fee will be required to obtain a new Thai E-passport.
To prepare a return envelope, two options are available for the applicant. The first option is to purchase a pre-registered, pre-paid REK (Rekommenderat brev) mail online only from postnord.se. This option requires the use of an INTERETBETALD-only REK envelop. To purchase this type of envelope, the applicant needs to visit postnord.se, click “Köp frakt online,” choose “REK,” select “maxvikt 100g (98 kr),” fill in the sender’s information (Royal Thai Embassy Stockholm, BOX 26220, 100 40 STOCKHOLM), fill in the recipient’s name and address, and print out the label to put on a C5 size envelope.
Furthermore the second option is to purchase stamps with a value of 123 SEK and put them on a C5 size envelope marked with the applicant’s name, address, and telephone number. It is important to prepare one return envelope per passport and not to purchase the REK mail more than 10 days before the appointment as the REK mail label is only valid for 2 months from the date of purchase. Additionally, the registered recipient of the envelope must be an adult of legal age. So please use the parent’s or guardian’s name and address if the envelope is for a child. Lastly, the Royal Thai Embassy is not liable for any lost documents sent by post, so please take necessary precautions to ensure the safe arrival of your documents.
Royal Thai Embassy, Stockholm
Phone : +46 8 588 04 255 (during 14.00 – 16.00 hrs. on working days)
Thai Birth Certificate
Additionally to applying for Thai citizenship, you must submit the application and the required documents in person at the Royal Thai Embassy in Stockholm. However, you can also send a copy of the documents to them by post for review at the following address: Royal Thai Embassy, Box 26220, 100 40 STOCKHOLM.
Furthermore once they have reviewed your documents, they will contact you to schedule an appointment to come to the embassy and apply for Thai citizenship.
Furthermore if you want to register for a Thai birth certificate. Likewise your child must have been born in Sweden or Latvia, and at least one of the parents must be a Thai citizen. Therefore the registration of births is free of charge, and you can send the necessary documents by post to the address mentioned above. If you require more information, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply for registration of birth, there are several documents that need to be submitted. These include:
- An application form (Click here to download)
- Furthermore a photo of the child (5 X 5 cm.)
- The child’s Personbevis (Ändamål: Utdrag om folkbokföringsuppgifter)
- The parents’ Personbevis (Ändamål: Utdrag om folkbokföringsuppgifter)
- Furthermore copies of the parents’ passport (one per child)
- A copy of the birth record (FV1 och FV2) from the hospital where the child was born, along with the name of the hospital, date of birth, time and weight at birth of the child
- Copies of the Thai parent’s ID-Card and house registration certificate
- Furthermore copies of the Swedish parent’s passport and driving license or ID-Card
- A copy of the marriage certificate (if the parents were married)
- A certificate of paternity confirmation from the district registry office where the child was born (if the child was born from year 2020 onwards, documents must be obtained from the Swedish Tax Agency). If the parents were not married before the child was born
- An application form for certificate of unregistered marriage, if the parents were not married when the child was born (Click here to download)
- An application form for registration of surname use. Therefore if the parents were not married when the child was born (Click here to download)
- The child’s birth certificate, in case you have notified the birth of a child before (If the upcoming child has the same father as the previous child), please attach a copy of the birth certificate issued by the local district or district office or from the embassy (for example, having notified the birth of the first or second child before, a copy of the birth certificate of both children must be attached)
- Furthermore a form for modifying the birth certificate that has been issued by the Embassy (Click here to download)
- Likewise a form for requesting a copy of a birth certificate (Click here to download). The fee is SEK 175. (From 1 October 2021 Payment by Swish Only!)
If you have all the necessary documents, you can send them by post to the following address:
Royal Thai Embassy Box 26220 100 40 STOCKHOLM
Likewise once the embassy has reviewed your documents, they will contact you to make an appointment to register your child’s birth. Additionally if you need to modify the birth certificate that has been issued by the Embassy, you can use this form. Therefore if you need to request a copy of a birth certificate, use this form. Moreover the fee for a copy of a birth certificate is SEK 175 and payment is now by Swish only. When you submit your application, please provide your telephone number and email so their staff can contact you regarding payment.
Thai Identity Card
But who is actually eligible to apply? Well, first of all, the applicant must have had a Thai national ID card before and the existing card must meet one of the following conditions: it’s expired, lost, destroyed, or damaged. Additionally, if the applicant wants to change their first name, last name, or address, they also qualify for a new card. However, they need to have a document or evidence of change obtained from the district office in Thailand.
Furthermore, the applicant must be a resident of Sweden or Latvia.
What evidence and documents do you need to prepare for applying for an ID card service? You need to have the Identification Card Application Form (click here to access it), an expired card, damaged card, or card that needs to be corrected with the first name, last name, or name prefix (keep in mind that any change will have to be referred to the civil registration database), or a copy of the original card and documents identifying you as a Thai national, such as a Thai passport with a photocopy or a copy of the house registration with 13 digits of an ID card identification number. If you need to provide proof of a name prefix change, first name change, last name change, or change of the first and last name, you also need to bring relevant documentation.
Finally, you need to pay a fee of 35 SEK. The payment is payable by Swish, and applies to lost cards, damaged cards, or card replacement due to card information change.
For more information, please contact the Thai ID card department at:
Royal Thai Embassy, Stockholm (Consular Section)
Phone +46 (0)8 588 04 258 between 14:00 and 16:00. (Mon – Fri)
Registration of Swedish marriage in Thailand
- Marriage certificate in original.
- Personbevis of the Thai partner. It must be stamped and signed by the Swedish Tax Agency.
These documents must be legalized at.
- UD, Juridiska Expedition
- Royal Thai Embassy in Stockholm. (to book an appointment click here)
- Application form
- Translated into English and Thai.
- Then legalized at a notary public, the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Thai Embassy.
You can also do the translation in Thailand.
- The marriage certificate, identity card, and translations must be legalized at the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs (legalization division)
- Submitted to the registration office / Ampour where the Thai partner is registered.
The marriage is now registered in Thailand, and the Thai partner can now change his last name and make a new ID-Card and passport with the new last name.