(For Singaporeans who wish to register marriage in Thailand)
You are required to furnish the following documents to the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore:
(a) The original Marriage Search Result from the Registry of Marriages (ROM) in Singapore to certify that there is no record of a marriage contracted by you at ROM (*For Muslims, please obtain the Marriage Search Result from Registry of Muslim Marriages):
Registry of Marriages, 7 Canning Rise Singapore 179869
Tel: 6338 7808, website: www.rom.gov.sg
(b) A letter / certification from Work Permit Department of the Ministry of Manpower in Singapore to confirm that your partner (if he/she is a Thai / Myanmar) has no work permit record with the Department:
Work Pass Division, 18 Havelock Road #03-01,
Singapore 059764, Tel: 64385122 / 63171321
Website: www.mom.gov.sg, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To furnish a copy of passport and passport-sized photograph of your spouse-to-be
(c) A Certificate of Clearance (COC) from the Criminal Investigation Department in Singapore to certify that you have no criminal record in Singapore.
The COC is obtainable through the SPF eServices website at www.police.gov.sg/e-services. Access to the eService will require a login via Singpass for Singaporeans. Successful applicants in Singapore will be notified by email/SMS to book their fingerprint appointment via the same website. For successful applicants in Thailand, you can have your fingerprint impressions taken at the Police Clearance Service Centre located at Building 24, Royal Thai Police HQ, Rama 1, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 (Tel: +6622052168, Email: email@example.com).
For enquiries, applicants may contact the COC Office at +65 6435 8277 between 9.00 am to 5.00 pm from Mondays to Fridays, excluding Public Holidays, or via email at SPF_CID_COC@spf.gov.sg.
To support your application for COC, you are required to submit a softcopy of this Notice, a letter indicating your request for a COC for marriage purpose in Thailand and also indicate particulars of your spouse-to-be on the letter.
(d) A letter from your employer stating your present occupation and monthly salary.
(e) Passports and Identity Cards of both parties
§ A person who had been previously married is required to furnish original or a certified true copy of his/her certificate of making decree nisi absolute/Certificate of Making Interim Judgement Final his/her marriage had been legally dissolved. A widow/widower is required to produce the original or certified true copy of death certificate pertaining to his/ her previous spouse. The Embassy must also be provided with a photocopy of relevant divorce certificate/death certificate for its records.
§ Both the Singaporean and his/her partner must be present at the embassy to execute the marriage affidavit.
(Date of last update: 20 June 2016)