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you can go to your embassy and get the copy notarized or there are some places in Bangkok that will verify and sign, you don't need a solicitor, and Thailand uses lawyers.  Just go to a travel agent, police station, lawyers office and ask.  Have you ever been anywhere before in your life

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1 hour ago, steven100 said:

you can go to your embassy and get the copy notarized or there are some places in Bangkok that will verify and sign, you don't need a solicitor, and Thailand uses lawyers.  Just go to a travel agent, police station, lawyers office and ask.  Have you ever been anywhere before in your life

It needs to be sent to England and needs to be signed by a solicitor/lawyer or an accountant. They need to put plenty of information that they are who they say they are. 

Not sure a travel agent will be much good. 

As for have I ever been anywhere in my life before ? Strange question. And no I have been in the same hospital bed I was born in 58 years ago.

Thanks for your help.

 

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39 minutes ago, berybert said:

It needs to be sent to England and needs to be signed by a solicitor/lawyer or an accountant. They need to put plenty of information that they are who they say they are. 

For certified copy of a passport?

The UK embassy will do it and it can be done by post.

See: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/notarial-and-documentary-services-guide-for-thailand#certified-copies-of-british-passports

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1 hour ago, berybert said:

Hi I need to get a passport photocopy singed as being a true copy of myself. 

What country is your passport for?

What do you do you need the certified copy for?

If something for a government or a local authority your embassy would be the best place to do it.

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1 hour ago, berybert said:

It needs to be sent to England and needs to be signed by a solicitor/lawyer or an accountant. They need to put plenty of information that they are who they say they are. 

Not sure a travel agent will be much good. 

As for have I ever been anywhere in my life before ? Strange question. And no I have been in the same hospital bed I was born in 58 years ago.

Thanks for your help.

 

There are plenty of British and European lawers/solicitors working in Thailand.

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19 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

What country is your passport for?

What do you do you need the certified copy for?

If something for a government or a local authority your embassy would be the best place to do it.

It's for money laundering, proving I am who I say I am.

Need proof of passport and a proof of address. 

I asked Siam legal about it. It says it needs to be done face to face. 

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10 minutes ago, berybert said:

It's for money laundering, proving I am who I say I am.

Need proof of passport and a proof of address. 

You can get both at UK embassy. Did you click the link I posted before. Both are shown on that page.

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27 minutes ago, ubonjoe said:

You can get both at UK embassy. Did you click the link I posted before. Both are shown on that page.

 

20 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

What country is your passport for?

What do you do you need the certified copy for?

If something for a government or a local authority your embassy would be the best place to do it.

Yes, Thanks very much. 

£25 per document seems a bit stiff, any idea what the cost at Siam would be ?

I'll probably go to the embassy, but nice to know what someone else would charge. 

I asked Siam but not yet had an answer.

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