Here is a listing of some of the most frequently asked questions about Thailand. If you live and work in Thailand then most of your questions would be answered here. Note that there is also two other sections on this FAQ being those for family law and Thai immigration law. These have been listed below …

Mortality is the most obvious of human reality but it is also the most overlooked. We all know we are going to pass this world sooner or later however, we seem to be all convinced that such passing will be much later rather than sooner. We try as much as we can to ignore the …

Thailand Visa

What is a Visa? A visa allows you to enter Thailand for a specific length of time depending upon the type of visa. The passport or travel document will show the date of your entry and how long you are permitted to stay in the country. What are the different types of Visa? In Thailand …

Meeting the Adopted Child

Once a match is made and accepted by the family (or the family has asked to adopt a pre-identified child), additional Thai government processing must occur. Most importantly, the Child Adoption Board must sign off on the placement. The Board has a heavy schedule and generally meets only two or three times a month to …

Child Adoption in Thailand

Costs of Adoption Agencies quote widely varying costs for Thai adoptions, mostly in the $10,000 to $18,000 range, excluding travel costs and US federal fees for visa processing and fingerprinting. Depending on the gifts you buy, the length of your stay, and any orphanage contribution you make, you could certainly spend more than $18,000. This …

Child Adoption in Thailand

Gender Boys and girls are available for adoption, but if requesting an unidentified child, the referral process for a boy is typically less lengthy. Some agencies allow families to specify gender; some do not. Ages Children aged 1 to 15 years may be adopted, though in practice it is relatively unusual to see kids over …

Thai Children

Thai Adoption Center The government agency in charge of overseeing all child adoptions in Thailand is the Child Adoption Center of the Thai Department of Social Development & Welfare (DSDW, formerly known as the DPW or Department of Public Welfare). DSDW’s adoption activities are supervised and approved by the Child Adoption Board of Thailand. Unlike …

Marriage Registration in Thailand

  With its sparkling beaches and picturesque landscapes, Thailand is a much sought-after marriage destination. Whether you are marrying a fellow foreigner or your Thai fiancée, Marriage Registration in Thailand is a very convenient process, and it will definitely help you make your union a most unforgettable experience. Thailand is one of the best places …