1.    Applications for document legalisation should be submitted  by hand to the Consular Section

2.    Please have the following documents ready:

    1.)   The original document(s) to be legalised, certified by the Ministry of

Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan        

    2.)    A copy of every single pages of the documents

    3.)    Legalisation Application Form and a copy of applicant’s passport for reference

    4.)    A fee of 15 USD per document is required by cash  

    5.)   In case the owner of the document is a juristic person, a requested letter signed by a Company's authorized officer is required. The said letter should be printed on Company letter-head with address and contact numbers.  A list of documents that is enclosed and purpose of usage should be stated in the contents.

    Please note that the Royal Thai Embassy assumes no responsibility for the contents of the documents submitted for legalization.  


               Legalisation of Labour Contract


In accordance with the Thai Labour Act B.E. 2528 article 48, following is the procedure concerning legalization of Labour Contract by the Royal Thai Embassy :

1. The Employer and the Employee send the draft Labour Contract  in English, Thai and Russian to the Embassy via Embassy’s e-mail :  [email protected] Please  submit  (1) the copies of passports of employer and employee certified by the passport holder (2) the registration letter or business license  (3) permit for engagement of foreign labour to Kazakhstan (4) photos of the working place and the accommodation which will be provided by the Employer for the Employee for the Embassy’s consideration.The Embassy shall reserve the rights to visit the working place, if deemed necessary.

2. The Embassy will take into consideration the contents of the Labour Contract, namely; wage, welfare, holiday and leave, working time, overtime and holiday payment, termination of contract, in compliance with the local Labour Law.  

3. The Embassy will inform the Employee or the Employer once the consular officer has completed reviewing the contract. A fee of 15 USD per document is required by cash.  

4. The Consular officer has the authority to reject legalization of labour contract if there is any indication of labour exploitation in the contents of that contract.

5. Both the employee and the employer are advised to sign or initial their name in each page of the contract in order to avoid any questions that may occur concerning the correction of the amount of salary or the period of employment.

6.All documents in foreign languages must be translated into Thai or English and properly notarized by the notary organs