This is the Canadian Embassy in Thailand details. If you live in Thailand or on on holiday then you can contact the Canadian Embassy for assistance if needed. You can apply for a new passport, Canadian visa or register a marriage in Thailand to a Thai or a birth while in Thailand. Note the Canadian Embassy in Bangkok has their operating times listed below with a map and all their contact details.
Note that the Canadian Embassy is close to the MRT Silom Station. Its also within walking distance from the skytrain station. You will note that the Canadian Embassy is located in Bangkok. This while the Canadian Consulate is located in Chiang Mai. There is no Canadian Consulate in Phuket. Saying that however you can seek consular assistance at the Australian Consulate in Phuket. The governments have an agreement in this regard. See what consular assistance means in Thailand from the Embassy.
Canadian Embassy in Thailand
If you have lost your passport while in Thailand. You will need to report the loss to the Thai police. They will give you a case number and a card to show that the loss has been reported. You will then need to make an appointment with the Canadian Embassy in Bangkok. You will need to apply for a new passport. Then give them the police case number. They will then process your passport application form. They will issue you with a temporary travel document. This or a new passport. Most Canadians are on holiday and a travel document might be urgent as you are leaving.
|Street Address:||15th Floor, Abdulrahim Place, 990 Rama IV Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand|
|Fax:||+66 (0) 2646-4336|
|Operating Hours:||The Consular/Passport Section provides services to the public:
Monday - Friday: 09:00 to 12:00
For immigration and visa related inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Visa/Immigration Section provides services during the following hours:
- Wednesday: 10:00-11:00 application submission, by appointment only
- Tuesday and Thursday: 2:00-3:00 for drop-off or collection of passports
You are applying for a Canadian visa from Thailand. There is the option of for this. There is the Canadian medical exam.as well as the Canadian student visa. This you can apply for if you are registered at a university or other educational institute in Canada. There is also the spouse visa for Canada and the partner visa for the country. Note that for a Canadian visa longer than 6 months, as a Thai national you will need a
You can also see the process in Thailand when it comes to adoption in Thailand. Some Canadian couple’s adopt Thai children. More likely than not a Canadian gets married and adopts his Thai wifes minor children. Speak to a lawyer about this.
Consulate of Canada in Chiang Mai
If you have given birth in Thailand or your Thai wife has given birth you can arrange to register the child. This will be at the Canadian Embassy. When you register the child as a Canadian born abroad, you will need all the documents from the Thai government for the birth. This will need to be translated and certified for the Embassy.
Make an appointment and take all the documents with you. This including your Canadian passport as well as the child. The child will then get registered. It does take a while. After this is complete the child will need a travel document or passport to travel to Canada.
|Street Address:||151 Super Highway, Tambon Tahsala, Amphur Muang, Chiang Mai 50000|
|Telephone:||+66 (0) 5385 0147 / +66 (0) 5324 2292|
|Fax:||+66 (0) 5385 0332|
|Operating Hours:||Monday to Friday 09:00 to 12:00|
The Consulate of Canada in Chiang Mai offers consular services to Canadians living and traveling in the north of Thailand. Note that the visa times will become shorter as time moves on. This was the Canadian visa process times during January 2022.
|Check Visa Processing Times
|Visitor Visa (days)||24|
|Super Visa (days)||162|
|Study Permit (Weeks)||11|
|Work Permit (Weeks)||6|
|Spouse / Partner Visa (Months)||12|
|Passport Application||20 Business Days|