Public Notary Thai Retirement Visa
David Newhouse is a well experienced public notary and regularly assists Australians in their dealings with the Royal Thai Consulate General in Sydney and offers low cost fixed fee public notary service for clients.
David Newhouse is a public notary servicing clients in Sydney CBD, Eastern Suburbs and North Shore and is well experienced in preparing, notarising and lodging Thai Embassy (Consulate) Retirement Visas (Non-immigrant O-A). David is well experienced with assisting Australians in their dealings with the Royal Thai Consulate General in Sydney and offers low cost fixed fee public notary service for clients.
For fees and appointments, please use the online enquiry form on this page. We also offer after hours notary public services.
You will need to bring with you:
• A passport with validity not less than 18 months
• A set of original documents consisting of the following:
o Completed and signed visa application FORM A with a photo (3.5×4.5 cm.) taken within last 6 months without wearing glasses or headgear (photocopy not accepted) attached to the application form;
o Copy of passport personal detail page;
o Completed Personal Data Form;
o Original bank statement showing a deposit at the amount equal to no less than 800,000 Baht, or an income statement (an original copy) with a monthly salary of no less than 65,000.00 Baht, or a deposit account plus monthly income of no less than 800,000 Baht a year;
o Original letter from a bank or financial institution (an original copy) confirming sufficient funds;
o An original police name check certificate issued no longer than 3 months prior to submitting the application;
o A medical certificate indicating that the applicant has no prohibitive diseases as indicated in the Ministerial Regulation No.14 (B.E. 2535) issued no longer than 3 months prior to submitting the application;
o 4 photos (3.5×4.5 cm.) taken within last 6 months without wearing glasses or headgear (photocopy not accepted).
When you have prepared all the original documents as required above, you must then make 3 copies of each document. After you have made copies of all the documents, you must separate the documents into 4 sets. Within these sets, arrange the documents in the order given above. All together you will have 1 set of the original documents and 3 sets of copies of the original documents. After the 4 sets of documents have been prepared, you must then take them to a Notary Public to bind and notarise each set of documents (the documents must only be bound by the Notary Public).