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Marriage in Thailand
Thailand is one of the most romantic places on Earth and it is no wonder that people choose Thailand as a place to have a wedding. Many Thais take weddings very seriously and many non-Thais see the low cost of Thai accommodation and hospitality as a godsend. It is quite common to see couples with no connection to Thailand come to Thailand both to marry and spend their honeymoon. This type of marriage turned honeymoon can be very advantageous both from a cost and time saving perspective. Thailand marriages are usually hassle free and very routine. The difficulty lies in trying to navigate the Thai marriage system as a non-Thai. A Thai law firm can assist with the Thai marriage process by both translating the relevant documents and explaining the legalities that must be met in order to execute a Thai marriage.
The prospect of marriage in Thailand is very appealing to many couples. Thailand is a honeymoon destination for many newly married couples and the thought of actually formalizing a marriage in the same place as the honeymoon saves time and is quite convenient. Many people are unsure about marriage in Thailand due to a fear that somehow the marriage in Thailand will be unrecognized by their home country. This fear is easily laid to rest when the couple realizes that most western countries recognize marriages legalized in Thailand.
Many people choose to execute a marriage in Thailand for many different reasons. Compared with many western marriage formalities, getting married in Thailand is a relatively simple affair. Basically, the Thai marriage process consists of registering the marriage with the proper government authorities in Thailand. Many of the documents needed for the marriage must be translated from their original language into Thai. It may also be necessary for a non-Thai marrying a Thai to obtain a letter confirming the non-Thai's ability to marry. This letter states that the non-Thai is single and free to marry. The process of obtaining the letter involves going to the non-Thai's Embassy and asking for a letter certifying that the applicant is unmarried.
Integrity Legal has a great deal of experience handling Thai marriage cases. For those seeking to marry in Thailand it is recommended that they retain competent legal assistance in navigating the Thai marriage process. Contact Integrity Legal today to find out more about marriage in Thailand.
Many couples choose to execute a marriage in Thailand in order obtain a US Visa. Depending upon the circumstances a
US Marriage Visa may be advisable. However, if speed is an issue it is generally advisable to postpone a legal Thai marriage and petition for a K1 fiancée visa to the US. On a related topic, Thai Prenuptial Agreements may also be an issue for those seeking to register a marriage in Thailand.
To learn more about getting married in Thailand please see: Thailand Marriage Registration
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