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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 09:06
Brer

Translation Service required in Nong Khai

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I need my passport translated into Thai does anyone know of a translation service in Nong Khai?

I can travel quite easily to Bueng Kan or Phon Phisai too.

 

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Better to ask in the local Isaan forum....MOVED

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7 hours ago, Thongkorn said:

why

 

The local amphoe office wants my passport translated into Thai as part of the paperwork needed to get a yellow book. Told by some it’s not necessary but I can’t argue.

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On 6/13/2019 at 2:52 AM, Brer said:

The local amphoe office wants my passport translated into Thai as part of the paperwork needed to get a yellow book. Told by some it’s not necessary but I can’t argue.

That's Rubbish Mate,I Got my Yellow Book at Nong Khai They NEVER Asked for my passport to be translated.....

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24 minutes ago, Nong Khai Man said:

That's Rubbish Mate,I Got my Yellow Book at Nong Khai They NEVER Asked for my passport to be translated.....

You cant call "rubbish" on someone else's experience. Its a well known fact that in many places in Thailand there is no consistency and experiences can and do vary by office and even by individuals in the same office. Govt/banks/immigration and so on.

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13 hours ago, Nong Khai Man said:

That's Rubbish Mate,I Got my Yellow Book at Nong Khai They NEVER Asked for my passport to be translated.....

Well what does a person do, I guess I will have to get it translated somewhere. Also wants the names of my mother and father who are long past this world, so there I think my birth certificate will suffice. My local office is not actually in Nong Khai city and a couple of mates who live in nearby Bueng Kan province didn’t have to get a translation. 

I don’t think I would get much success saying “that’s rubbish mate”.

 

 

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I also had to have my UK passport translated into thai when I applied for my yellow book.

I used on line service - https://www.pasa24.com/en/

they will email you a translation which you can print, and also post you a certified copy.

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10 hours ago, Tim16 said:

I also had to have my UK passport translated into thai when I applied for my yellow book.

I used on line service - https://www.pasa24.com/en/

they will email you a translation which you can print, and also post you a certified copy.

Cheers Tim

 

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Thanks Bill

Will pop down there next week, when I attend the immigration office, it’s not far from there.

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