Consular Outreach Visits
The Consular Section of the Australian Embassy in Bangkok will be undertaking the following consular outreach visits in Chiang Mai at:
Le Méridien Chiang Mai
108 Chang Klan Road
Tambol Chang Klan, Amphur Muang
Chiang Mai 50100 Thailand
T +66 (0)53 253 666
The outreach visits will take place in the 'VIP Room' between 9.00am to 12.00pm and 1.00pm to 3.00pm on the following days:
Friday 3 February
Friday 7 April
Friday 9 June
Friday 18 August
Friday 6 October
Friday 8 December
During the outreach visits, we will provide the following services:
* Passport applications - Please ensure you bring the completed Renewal Passport Application form (PC7) or Overseas Passport Application form (PC8) which can be downloaded from the website, (www.passports.gov.au) and all supporting documents (original and copies) before coming to an outreach visit.
* Notarial services
* Statutory declarations for marriage, retirement visas, and witnessing for driving licence renewals
* Witnessing documents
* Certified true copies of documents (please ensure you bring the original and a photocopy of each document with you)
If you are signing a Statutory Declaration in support of a retirement or other visa, you must provide proof of income such as a bank, Superannuation or Centrelink statement.
Credit card payment is preferred. Please contact the Consular section on 02 344 6300 or email email@example.com prior to your visit if you require further details and/or to confirm fees payable.
The Australian Embassy wishes to advise that there will be an increase in notarial fees from 1 January 2017. The new fee structure will better align with the commercial rates charged by public notaries. The new fee schedule is available on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s website.
Notarial fees have not increased since 1 July 2000. From 2018 onwards, notarial service fees will increase annually in line with the Consumer Price Index published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Notarial fees are legislated according to the Consular Fees Act 1955 and consular staff have no discretion in applying these fees.