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St George’s Day, 23rd April 2015/2558

St George’s Day, 23rd April 2015/2558

Most ex-pats of course are content with their lot. I mean, living on a tropical island with good beaches, good weather, good food and cheap beer, there really is not…

Forward into the 5th Century of Thailand-UK Relations

Forward into the 5th Century of Thailand-UK Relations

On the occasion of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s gracious presided over the launch of the “Forward into the 5th Century of Thailand-UK Relations” on 7 March 2015 at Central…

Notarial and documentary services guide for Thailand

Notarial and documentary services guide for Thailand

Documents, certificates, letters and notes available at British consulates in Thailand. Overview The British Embassy Bangkok can provide a range of notarial and documentary services for British nationals in Thailand.…

Samui Times guide – replacing a British Passport

Samui Times guide – replacing a British Passport

The Samui Times very often get enquiries from Brits asking for help with consular and visa matters. One of the most commonly asked questions is what to do when your…

Review of consular assistance following British murder and manslaughter cases overseas

Review of consular assistance following British murder and manslaughter cases overseas

FCO publishes results of review of consular assistance after a murder or manslaughter overseas. In 2014, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Consular Assistance Department conducted a review of the support…

Petition against discrimination against UK pensioners overseas

Petition against discrimination against UK pensioners overseas

According to a new website pensionjusitice. org across the world hundreds of thousands of British Sate pensioners are being discriminated against simply because they live in the ‘wrong country’ The…

Parents urged to consider devastating consequences of child abduction

Parents urged to consider devastating consequences of child abduction

The FCO and Reunite call on parents not to leave their child ‘caught in the middle’ With the Christmas school holidays fast approaching, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) and…

UK Transit visa requirements are changing

UK Transit visa requirements are changing

From 1 December important changes are being made to Airside and landside transit visa requirements. From the 1 December, the airside and landside transit visa requirements are changing because we…

Mobile phone theft paper highlights models targeted by thieves

Mobile phone theft paper highlights models targeted by thieves

Research published by Home Secretary Theresa May also sets out practical steps to protect mobile phones from being stolen. Home Secretary Theresa May has today published a paper including a…

Changes to UK birth and death registration overseas

Changes to UK birth and death registration overseas

Phase two of the transfer to the UK, of overseas birth and death registrations of British Citizens will begin on 8 September. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is changing the…