American Citizen Services Bangkok

American Citizen Services Bangkok American Citizen Services at U.S. Embassy Bangkok provides passport and citizenship documentation and other forms of assistance to U.S. Citizens.

See our Terms of Service: https://th.usembassy.gov/u-s-department-state-facebook-terms-service/ For visa inquiries, please contact the Consular Section at [email protected] ถ้าต้องการถามคำถามเกี่ยวกับวีซ่าสหรัฐฯ กรุณาส่งอีเมลไปที่ [email protected] For information on non-immigrant visas, please see http://www.ustraveldocs.com/th ถ้าต้องการข้อมูลเกี่ยวกับการสมัครวีซ่าชั่วคราว http://www.ustraveldocs.com/th American Citizen Services can be reached at [email protected] or http://www.twitter.com/acsbkk Members of the press, please contact U.S. Embassy Media Unit at [email protected]

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NEW NOTICEDemonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand (November 20, 2020) Location: Bangkok, Thailand – Ratchap...
20/11/2020

NEW NOTICE

Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand (November 20, 2020)

Location: Bangkok, Thailand – Ratchaprasong Intersection, near the Erawan Shrine and Central World Shopping Center

Event: U.S. Embassy Bangkok informs U.S. citizens a protest is planned tomorrow, November 21, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. at the Ratchaprasong Intersection near Erawan Shrine and Central World Shopping Center in central Bangkok. The protest location is also near the Ratchadamri and Siam Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) stations. U.S. Government employees have been advised they must avoid the vicinity of the Ratchaprasong Intersection from 12:00 p.m., November 21, 2020, until the demonstration ends. Reports indicate this planned protest could involve a large crowd of participants and the Royal Thai Police will be present. There has been an escalation in confrontations between protesters and the RTP during recent protests.

Reports also indicate related protests are likely in other cities throughout Thailand. Protest activity in Thailand may continue for the foreseeable future. Therefore, the U.S. Embassy advises U.S. citizens to avoid areas of demonstrations, protests, and large gatherings. Recent political gatherings have taken place with little to no notice of location or time and are often located near BTS stations. U.S. citizens should monitor local news and social media reports for up to date information on protest activity.

Actions to Take:

Avoid demonstrations and large gatherings;
Monitor local media and our Embassy website for updates, and check your email for further alerts;
Review personal security plans;
Remain aware of surroundings;
Follow the instructions of local authorities.

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20/11/2020
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NMAI is committed to advancing knowledge and understanding of the Native cultures of the Western Hemisphere through partnership with Native people and others. The museum works to support the continuance of culture, traditional values, and transitions in contemporary Native life.

Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand (November 18, 2020)Location: Bangkok, Thailand – Ratchaprasong Inte...
18/11/2020

Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand (November 18, 2020)

Location: Bangkok, Thailand – Ratchaprasong Intersection, near the Erawan Shrine and Central World Shopping Center

Event: U.S. Embassy Bangkok informs U.S. citizens a protest is planned today, November 18, 2020, at 4:00 p.m. at the Ratchaprasong Intersection near Erawan Shrine and Central World Shopping Center in central Bangkok. The protest location is also near the Ratchadamri and Siam Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) stations. U.S. Government employees have been advised they must avoid the vicinity of the Ratchaprasong Intersection from 2:00 p.m., November 18, 2020, until the demonstration ends. Reports indicate this planned protest could involve a large crowd of participants and the Royal Thai Police will be present. There has been an escalation in confrontations between protesters and the RTP during recent protests.

Reports also indicate related protests are likely in other cities throughout Thailand. Protest activity in Thailand may continue for the foreseeable future. Therefore, the U.S. Embassy advises U.S. citizens to avoid areas of demonstrations, protests, and large gatherings. Recent political gatherings have taken place with little to no notice of location or time and are often located near BTS stations. U.S. citizens should monitor local news and social media reports for up to date information on protest activity.

Actions to Take:

• Avoid demonstrations and large gatherings;
• Monitor local media and our Embassy website for updates, and check your email for further alerts;
• Review personal security plans;
• Remain aware of surroundings;
• Follow the instructions of local authorities.

Late Notice: Government offices in #Thailand, including the Bureau of #Immigration, will be closed 11/19 and 11/20.
17/11/2020

Late Notice: Government offices in #Thailand, including the Bureau of #Immigration, will be closed 11/19 and 11/20.

30/10/2020

Demonstration Alert – U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand (October 30, 2020)

Location: Bangkok, Thailand – Various Locations

Event: U.S. Embassy Bangkok informs U.S. citizens that protest activity in Thailand may continue for the foreseeable future. Therefore, the U.S. Embassy advises U.S. citizens to avoid areas of demonstrations, protests, and large gatherings. Recent political gatherings have taken place with little to no notice of location or time and are often located near Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) stations. U.S. citizens should monitor local news and social media reports for up to date information on protest activity.

Actions to Take:

• Monitor local media and our Embassy website for updates, and check your email for further alerts;
• Avoid demonstrations and large gatherings;
• Review personal security plans;
• Remain aware of surroundings;
• Follow the instructions of local authorities.

Assistance:

• U.S. Embassy Bangkok, Thailand
Telephone: +66 2 205 4049
+66 2 205 4000 (after hours)
Email: [email protected]
American Citizens Services
• U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai, Thailand (serving U.S. citizens in Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Kamphaengphet, Lampang, Lamphun, Mae Hong Son, Nan, Petchabun, Phayao, Phichit, Phitsanulok, Phrae, Sukhothai, Tak, and Uttaradit provinces)
Telephone: +66 053 107 700
+66 2 205 4000 (after hours)
Email: [email protected]
• State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
• Thailand Country Information
• Enroll in Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive Alerts.
• Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

UPDATE! It is recommended that U.S. Citizens submit ballots to U.S. Embassy Bangkok no later than October 15th to ensure...
13/10/2020

UPDATE! It is recommended that U.S. Citizens submit ballots to U.S. Embassy Bangkok no later than October 15th to ensure their ballot is received! Check out U.S. Embassy Bangkok's Voting Website for instructions on submitting your ballot through the Embassy to send to the U.S.: https://th.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/voting/

Ballots mailed from overseas should be sent as soon as possible upon receiving the ballot. If you are sending your ballo...
07/10/2020

Ballots mailed from overseas should be sent as soon as possible upon receiving the ballot. If you are sending your ballots to the U.S. by using the U.S. Embassy mail system, the recommended date to bring your ballot to the U.S. Embassy Bangkok was Thursday, October 1, 2020. We will continue to accept and send any and all ballots that voters wish to submit, regardless of the date. However, cannot guarantee that your ballots will arrive to your state’s voting office on time.

Missed the U.S. embassy/consulate shipment deadline? Below is information on some other options to make sure your ballot is received on time:

Commercial Express Courier: Consider returning your ballot to the United States via a commercial express courier service such as FedEx, UPS, or DHL or return your voted ballot electronically if allowed by your state. Ballots sent to local election officials via express courier service do not receive standard postmarks, so voters using this method should confirm delivery on or before November 3 prior to payment and shipment. Check your state’s voting procedures at http://ow.ly/OFY250BLFOc for guidance.

Returning your Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot by email or fax: Review your state’s voting procedures at http://ow.ly/Rsm050BLFOd carefully for guidance.

Returning your ballot by international mail delivery. If using Thailand’s postal system, be sure to affix sufficient international postage, and allow sufficient time for international mail delivery. PLEASE NOTE - Ballots sent via regular international mail from Thailand at this late date are unlikely to reach local election officials by state ballot receipt deadlines, so you may need to consider another method.

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07/10/2020
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October is Disability Employment Awareness Month.
What is disability employment awareness? This national campaign raises awareness about disability employment issues and celebrates the many and varied contributions of America’s workers with disabilities.

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23/09/2020
Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot

Voting Overseas FAQ: What if I don't get a ballot in time?

A: You can use the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) to vote for federal offices! If your ballot arrives after sending the FWAB, send it in as well. Your State will count only one. http://ow.ly/Fwil50ByIoX

The FWAB is your emergency, back-up ballot. Use this form to vote absentee if your requested State ballot doesn't arrive in time.

Event: U.S. Embassy Bangkok informs U.S. citizens of planned political gatherings in Bangkok, Thailand at Thammasat Univ...
18/09/2020

Event: U.S. Embassy Bangkok informs U.S. citizens of planned political gatherings in Bangkok, Thailand at Thammasat University’s Tha Prachan campus in the Phra Nakhon District near the Grand Palace on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. and Sunday, September 20, 2020 at 8:00 a.m.

Media reports indicate the gathering could involve a large crowd of participants. The Royal Thai Police plan to be present and will likely set up check points in and around the area in connection with the event. Plan ahead for the possibility of traffic and other potential disruptions in downtown Bangkok.

Avoid areas of demonstrations, and exercise caution if in the vicinity of any large gatherings, protests, or demonstrations. U.S. citizens should monitor local news and social media reports before traveling to downtown Bangkok this weekend.

Actions to Take:
- Monitor local media and our Embassy website for updates, and check your email for further alerts;
- Avoid demonstrations and large gatherings;
- Review personal security plans;
- Remain aware of surroundings;
- Follow the instructions of local authorities.

Absentee ballots will be on their way soon, but it's not too late to register and request yours. The deadline to get reg...
12/09/2020

Absentee ballots will be on their way soon, but it's not too late to register and request yours.

The deadline to get registered and request your ballot for November 3 using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) depends on your state of residency. Here are a few ways to get prepared:

Check your state's specific deadlines.
Add election dates and reminders to your calendar.
Check the map below to see if your state allows you to send in your FPCA electronically to avoid mail delays.
No state has a registration deadline longer than 30 days – so act now!

Event:  U.S. Embassy Bangkok informs U.S. citizens of a planned political gathering at the BTS Skywalk near the MBK Shop...
22/08/2020

Event: U.S. Embassy Bangkok informs U.S. citizens of a planned political gathering at the BTS Skywalk near the MBK Shopping Center in Bangkok today, Saturday, August 22, 2020, at 6:00 p.m.

Reports indicate the gathering could involve a sizable crowd of participants. The Royal Thai Police plan to deploy officers in connection with the event. Plan ahead for the possibility of traffic and other potential disruptions in downtown Bangkok.

Although violence is not expected, even demonstrations intended to be peaceful can turn confrontational and escalate into violence. Avoid areas of demonstrations, and exercise caution if in the vicinity of any large gatherings, protests, or demonstrations.

Actions to Take:
- Monitor local media and our Embassy website for updates, and check your email for further alerts;
- Avoid demonstrations and large gatherings;
- Review personal security plans;
- Remain aware of surroundings;
- Follow the instructions of local authorities.

Proof of physical presence in the U.S is a requirement to transmit citizenship to your child. If there is only one U.S. ...
17/08/2020

Proof of physical presence in the U.S is a requirement to transmit citizenship to your child. If there is only one U.S. citizen parent, s/he must present evidence of physical presence in the U.S. for a minimum of 5 years, at least two after age 14. Visit: http://ow.ly/Vybz50B0Z0l

11/08/2020
Child and Family Matters | U.S. Embassy & Consulate in Thailand

Having a baby is always exciting! But did you know that you still need to transmit citizenship to your child if they were born overseas? The U.S. Embassy can assist with with a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) and their first passport. http://ow.ly/peD550AW0P4

This section provides information pertaining to intercountry adoption as well as step-by-step instructions on how to obtain a Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA).

30/07/2020
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Last night the Royal Thai Government approved the automatic extension of visas until 26 Sep 2020. The U.S. Embassy will not issue any extension letters. Please monitor our website for updates. To receive travel alert notifications, please enroll at http://ow.ly/6qfx50ALTbJ.

There are unconfirmed reports that the Royal Thai government will extend the visa amnesty period for temporary visas unt...
29/07/2020

There are unconfirmed reports that the Royal Thai government will extend the visa amnesty period for temporary visas until Sep 26. The Embassy is awaiting official confirmation. We request your patience while we wait for this information to be verified.

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Should I stay or should I go?  #Thailand has not clarified plans to continue the visa amnesty past July 31.  You should ...
09/07/2020

Should I stay or should I go? #Thailand has not clarified plans to continue the visa amnesty past July 31. You should begin planning your next move now. See our guidance below. Enroll in STEP for updates: http://ow.ly/n3qV50Atxc2.

Are you looking to enter #Thailand and you're in one of the approved categories allowed entrance into the country.  Here...
09/07/2020

Are you looking to enter #Thailand and you're in one of the approved categories allowed entrance into the country. Here's how you apply for entry. Enroll in STEP for updates: http://ow.ly/ohl650AtvR5.

Are you a U.S. citizen who has never resided in the U.S., but you still want to #Vote2020 ? Check here for more informat...
08/07/2020

Are you a U.S. citizen who has never resided in the U.S., but you still want to #Vote2020 ? Check here for more information! http://ow.ly/JSlO50zDtCZ

#Thailand recently expanded the categories of travelers allowed into the country.  Those seeking entry must contact dire...
07/07/2020

#Thailand recently expanded the categories of travelers allowed into the country. Those seeking entry must contact directly the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate in their current location for more information. Enroll in STEP for updates: http://ow.ly/iNGT50Arl4K.

July 4th is a great reminder Americans can vote, wherever they are (http://ow.ly/eAEk50AnKqE)!  U.S. Embassy Bangkok & C...
04/07/2020

July 4th is a great reminder Americans can vote, wherever they are (http://ow.ly/eAEk50AnKqE)! U.S. Embassy Bangkok & Consulate General Chiang Mai have voting boxes for U.S. citizens to mail voting materials to the U.S. INFO: http://ow.ly/DQLz50AnKJy #ProudOverseasVoter #Vote2020

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17/06/2020

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Starting June 15, @ACSBKK and #ACSChiangMai are accepting all mail-in passport renewal applications.  We are also open f...
11/06/2020

Starting June 15, @ACSBKK and #ACSChiangMai are accepting all mail-in passport renewal applications. We are also open for limited walk-in first-time or lost/stolen passport applications. Emergency notarial requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Have a work permit?  Here's information from the #Thailand Ministry of Foreign Affairs on how to seek permission to ente...
10/06/2020

Have a work permit? Here's information from the #Thailand Ministry of Foreign Affairs on how to seek permission to enter.

Over the past two weeks, we have seen difficult images across our country triggered by the horrifying events in Minnesot...
07/06/2020

Over the past two weeks, we have seen difficult images across our country triggered by the horrifying events in Minnesota. As Americans, it is a difficult moment for all of us. The U.S. Mission in Thailand expresses our deepest condolences to the family and friends of George Floyd over his tragic death on May 25. As President Trump has stated, “The death of George Floyd was a grave tragedy and should never have happened. It has filled Americans all over the country with horror, anger, and grief.” We join with our fellow citizens in condemning this heinous act through peaceful free expression.

Many U.S. citizens in Thailand are seeking ways to share their grief and solidarity with Mr. Floyd’s friends and family. We encourage you to abide by Thai laws while considering ways to express your opinions. Thailand remains under an Emergency Decree due to the ongoing pandemic, and restrictions on public gatherings remain in force.

Residents of Thailand must also continue to abide by social distancing and mask-wearing requirements. We know that some groups or organizations are planning ‘virtual’ or ‘online’ gatherings in order to meet these requirements.

We remain committed to defending and advancing human rights and fundamental freedoms around the world, including the United States. The safety and well-being of all United States citizens remain our top priority, and it is an honor to serve our fellow Americans here in Thailand.

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Working for U.S. Citizens in Thailand

Welcome to American Citizen Services (ACS) for U.S. Mission Thailand. The United States Government has no higher responsibility than to serve and protect its citizens, including those who reside or are temporarily abroad. To this end, ACS Bangkok provides prompt, courteous, and efficient services to United States Citizens and other clients, consistent with U.S. laws and regulations.

We provide a range of services and information. All non-emergency consular services, including passport applications, notarizations and reports of birth abroad, require an appointment. We will not accept walk-ins. This assists us in providing prompt and efficient consular services to U.S. Citizens residing in and visiting Thailand.

What the U.S. Embassy Can Do:


  • Issue a full validity passport in about two weeks
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