Royal Thai Consulate-General, Sydney

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Thai Passports

General information

Applying for an E-passport

Office hours

Monday to Friday
Morning 9.30 am to 12.30 pm
Afternoon 2.00 pm to 4.30pm

*Except public holidays (additional information about official public holidays)

Required Documents

Adults (20 years old and above)
  • Current Thai national ID Card, original or its copy
  • Current Thai passport, original or its copy
Minors (under 20 years of age)
  • Thai Birth Certificate, original or its copy
  • Current Thai national ID Card, original or its copy
  • A copy of Thai House Registration of minor
  • The parents’ current Thai National ID Card (for Thai parents), original or its copy
  • The parent’s current Passport (for non-Thai parent), original or its copy

* For the minor that is born abroad, the minor is entitled to have his/her first Thai passport without requiring to register for the 13-digit Thai national identification number. However, it is advised that the parents register for the Thai national identification number for the minor as it is mandatory in order to issue the second Thai passport for the minor when the first one expires or is lost.

** Both parents are required to be present and sign the consent form in the presence of the consular officer.

*** If the parents cannot be present to sign the consent form in the presence of the consular officer.

  • In the case that the parent(s) is (are) in Thailand, a letter of consent is compulsory and it must be signed in the presence of the officials of the Department of Consular Affairs or the local Thai District Offices.
  • In the case that the parent(s) is (are) abroad, a letter of consent is compulsory and it must be signed in the presence of the officials of the Royal Thai Embassy or the Royal Thai Consulate concerned.
  • In the case that the minor is under 15 years of age and the minor’s parents wish to give authority to someone else to sign the consent form on their behalf, a power of attorney letter must be presented. The person signing the consent form on behalf of the parents must be 20 years of age and must bring his/her Thai national ID card.
  • In the case that the parents of the minor are not married and the minor is in the custody of mother, only the mother is required to sign the consent form as well as presenting a copy of the letter of custody (Por Kor 14 document issued by the local Thai District Offices).
  • In the case that one of the parents of the minor passed away, a copy of the death certificate is required.
  • In the case that the parents of the minor are divorced,
  • If the parents have a shared custody of the minor, both parents must sign the consent form.
  • If one parent has sole custody of the minor, only the parent with the custody is required to sign the consent form. The divorce papers or court order indicating who has the custody of the child must be presented.
Buddhist monks
  • Current Thai passport
  • Thai house/Temple registration, original or its copy
  • Identity booklet for Buddhist monk, original or its copy
  • An official letter from Sangha Supreme Council, Office of National Buddhism. For Buddhist monk who has been ordained in Australia, an official letter from the abbot of his temple of residence can be substituted

Passport Collection

Applicants can collect their passports by