When an officer of the Thai government has performed a notarial or other official act for use in the Philippines, the official character of the executing officer should be verified by the officer of the Philippine Embassy. The officer of the Philippine Embassy shall then issue a Certificate of Authentication in order to give the service legal force and effect in the Philippines.
The requirements for the issuance of a Certificate of Authentication are as follows:
- Original copy and one (1) photocopy of the document duly authenticated by the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Kindly note that the Embassy does not offer photocopying service; and,
- Payment of processing fee: can be found in this link http://bangkokpe.dfa.gov.ph/consular-office/schedule-of-service-fees
SCHEDULE OF FEES - https://bangkokpe.dfa.gov.ph/consular-office/schedule-of-service-fees
Reminder: Documents issued in the Philippines, including PSA-issued documents (e.g. Certificates of Birth, Marriage, Death, and No Marriage Record / Court Documents etc.), should have a Philippine apostille before they can be used as a supporting document for consular services.