Certified Official Thai Documents (Power of Attorney)

1. Jurisdiction

The Royal Thai Consulate General Los Angeles may notarize official Thai documents and grant power of attorney to Thai citizens that reside in the following thirteen (13) states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming as well as all of the unincorporated territories of the United States in the Pacific such as Guam

2. Required Documentation

      • Legalization Petition Form (1 copy)
      • Power of attorney form (1 copy)
      • Thai national ID card or valid Thai passport (Original plus 2 copies)
      • Return Self-Address Envelope USPS Express Mail.

3. Fees

$15 per official seal. Payable only with a money order or cashier’s check to the Royal Thai Consulate General, Los Angeles. Cannot be paid with cash, personal check, or credit/debit card.

4. Processing

    • In person: Documentation can be handed in on a business day at the Royal Thai Consulate General, Los Angeles between the hours of 9 AM and 12 PM and can be picked up the same business day after 3:00 PM. (Temporary Suspended)
    • By mail:
      • Have your filled legalization petition form.
      • Have a filled power of attorney form notarized by a notary public or using the Notary Public Form provided by the Royal Thai Consulate General, Los Angeles (download below)
      • Valid original Thai National ID Card/ Thai passport (for Thai nationals) or Notarized a copy by Notary Public in case do not wish to send us a original.
      • Notarized your signature by a notary public (Download)  or using the Notary Public Form provided by the Royal Thai Consulate General, Los Angeles
      • Return Self-Address Envelope USPS Express Mail.
      • Mail in all of the documents listed above along with the necessary fees in a stamped envelope with your return address clearly written on it to the Royal Thai Consulate General, Los Angeles
      • The Royal Thai Consulate General, Los Angeles will take 3-7 business days counting from the day it receives your mailed documents. The amount of time it takes for you to receive your official documents back depends on stamp costs and type of mail service used. The Royal Thai Consulate General, Los Angeles is not responsible for any mail that is lost in transit.
Royal Thai Consulate-General, Los Angeles

Royal Thai Consulate-General, Los Angeles