Australian Embassy

Consular Outreach

Consular Outreach

The most recent outreach visit to Chiang Mai was on the 12 October 2020.

We expect our next outreach in Chiang Mai to be in mid 2021. Please review this page for updates.

All fees must be paid by debit or credit card only. Please note that cash will NOT be accepted.

Please note that services during outreach will be limited. Please read the information below carefully.


Notarial services:

During the outreach, staff can -

  • certify copies of original documents (documents must be Australian or for use in Australia)
  • witness signatures on certain Australian documents or documents for use in Australia
  • the taking of Australian Statutory declarations being made for use in Australia by an Australian entity
  • the administering of affidavits, oaths and affirmations for use in Australian court or legal proceedings


Getting Married in Thailand:

Please note that while Embassy staff can accept applications for a Certificate of No Impediment (CNI) and take the fee, we cannot issue the Certificate of No Impediment at the outreach. Applications will be processed upon our return to Bangkok and posted to you soon after.  For further information on the requirements for a Certificate of No Impediment, please refer to the Getting Married in Thailand page on this website.

Visas for Thailand:

The Embassy will not issue letters of no objection for visa purposes during the outreach. All requests should be emailed to [email protected] For more information please visit our home page at

Passport Applications:

Applications for Australian passports will not be accepted during outreach. Australian passport applications can be lodged with the Honorary Consul, Chiang Mai - by appointment only. Please contact the Australian Consulate Chiang Mai (Monday to Thursday 9 am to 12 noon) on 091 857 6996 or by email – [email protected] - to book an appointment.

The Australian Embassy in Bangkok also remains available for the lodgement of passport applications and notarial services. An appointment is required at the Embassy for these services. Please refer to the Appointment Booking page on our website for further information.