Thai Identification Card

The required documents for renewing Thai National Identification Card (Thai ID Card)

  1. In case of expired Thai ID card  
    • Current Thai ID (even if the ID has already expired) and
    • Proof of residency in U.S. ( Such as U.S. Driver license, Power/Water/Gas Bill etc. )
  1. In case of lost or damaged Thai ID Card
  • A copy of the current Thai ID Card (if possible)
  • The Photo Identification issued by the Thai Government such as Thai Passport, Thai Driver License, etc.
  • The Photo Identification issued by the U.S. Government
  1. In case of dilapidated Thai ID card
  • Current Thai ID card
  • The Photo Identification issued by the Thai Government such as Thai Passport, Thai Driver License, etc.
  • The Photo Identification issued by the U.S. Government
  1. In case of name changing (First Name and/or Last name)
  • Current Thai National ID card
  • Certificate of name change
  • The Photo Identification issued by the U.S. Government
  1. Change of address
  • Current Thai National ID Card
  • Thai House Registration with new address
  • The Photo Identification issued by the U.S. Government

Those who will not be permitted to renew Thai National ID Cards abroad

  1. Their name is not registered under their Thai House Registration
  2. Thai ID card has not been renewed for an extended period of time and their record does not appear in the official central data base
  3. The person has never been issued a Thai National ID card

Fee rate

  1. Lost Thai ID – 4.00 USD
  2. Name changed in Thai House registration – 4.00 USD
  3. Dilapidated Thai ID – 4.00 USD
  4. Change of address – 4.00 USD

Process of obtaining a Thai ID Card

  1. Complete the Thai National Identification form
  2. The officers check the documents
  3. Scan fingerprints and photo is taken
  4. Card is issued
  5. Receive the card
    Duration: 15 minutes
    Notes: Fees are subject to change

 

Royal Thai Consulate-General, Los Angeles

Royal Thai Consulate-General, Los Angeles