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Old 02-13-2020, 05:56 AM
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Thai Police Clearance - Applying from Australia

Hello, has anyone applied for a Thai Police Clearance while in Australia?

I need to get one for my Au citizenship application..

I checked the info from the website of the Royal Thai Police, but I'd just like to know if anyone was able to send their application through mail and actually received their Thai PCC here in Australia

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Old 02-13-2020, 09:42 AM
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Hello, has anyone applied for a Thai Police Clearance while in Australia?

I need to get one for my Au citizenship application..

I checked the info from the website of the Royal Thai Police, but I'd just like to know if anyone was able to send their application through mail and actually received their Thai PCC here in Australia

Cheers!
You can it's got to be through the consulate but you can do it via post.
I forget how exactly I got the info after emailing them

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I checked the websites of the Thai consulates/embassy here and Australia, and they are all pointing to sending/doing a PCC application by mail directly to the Royal Thai Police Service Centre in Bangkok


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I checked the websites of the Thai consulates/embassy here and Australia, and they are all pointing to sending/doing a PCC application by mail directly to the Royal Thai Police Service Centre in Bangkok
I read all the same info. But made direct contact and they advised it can be done through the consulate. It was a bit over a year ago so hard to dig the email out.
I recommend emailing them


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I read all the same info. But made direct contact and they advised it can be done through the consulate. It was a bit over a year ago so hard to dig the email out.
I recommend emailing them
Which Thai Consulate did you go with (I'm in Brisbane btw)

Might check through the consulate as well... Thanks!


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