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This question has been asked before but never fully answered.

 

I live in CM and I need a Police Clearance.   I have been told that somewhere in CM there is a specific police station where this can be done.  Does anyone know where that is or know of an agency that will do it for me?

I know that I can, with difficulty, get it done in Bangkok or by mail.  One of the problems is that I need to get it officially translated and then certified by the Philippine Embassy in Bangkok.  After that I have to return to Bangkok for 3 or 4 days to get the visa I want.  

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I think you are out of luck except to pay for the service of an agent or a law firm like SIam Legal.  But have you asked the Thai Police Center in Bangkok directly?  Contact information below.

 

http://www.pcscenter.sb.police.go.th/eng/

 

https://www.siam-legal.com/other-services/securing-thai-police-clearance-for-foreigners.php

 

This is a standard service offered by the Thai Police.

 

Police Clearance Certificate

Foreign applicants residing in Thailand or having previously worked or resided in Thailand, can apply for Thai Police Clearance Certificates at the Police Clearance Service Center, Special Branch, Royal Thai

Police at the following address:

Police Clearance Service Center, Special Branch, Royal Thai Police

Building 24, Royal Thai Police Headquarters,

Rama 1, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

The office is open Monday to Friday (except public holidays) from

08.30 AM - 16.30 PM

Phone: 0066 2 205 2168-9

Fax: 0066 2 205 1295

Website: http://www.pcscenter.sb.police.go.th/

E-mail: pcsc.thaipolice@gmail.com

From here : http://www.thaiembassyuk.org.uk/?q=node/150

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The only place is Bangkok as Mapguy has said.  My wife and I needed it for her Migrant application to Australia when we lived in CM, and I searched high and low - BKK only.  Maybe it has changed in last 2 years, but if not then BKK it is.  If the matter is urgent - the standard delay is 4-6+ weeks - then talk to a lawyer/visa organiser and pay - we paid about 4000 Baht if I recall and we got them in 3 days.

 

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