Marriage in Norway
To marry in Norway, you need a “Certificate of no Impediment to Marriage”. This you can get through the local National Registration office. However, if you have never resided in Norway it has to go through the Revenue Directorate (Skattedirektoratet).
If you are not residing in Norway, please give the following documentation:
The original Thai documents should be legalized in the following manner:
1. The Certifcates, and the translations of these*, should first be legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The processing time for legalisation is approximately 2-3 working days.
*) There are Translation Offices located near the Ministry of Foreign Affairs's building in Bangkok. Please note, however, that the Consulate reserves the right to reject legalisation of an incorrect translation, even though it may have been legalised by the Legalisation Division.
2. The Consulate can then legalize the signature of the Legalisation Division for a fee. Please allow 2 working days for this process. Link to Consular Service Fees. Please see the Embassy’s website at:
https://www.norway.no/en/thailand/for-nordmenn/bistand-til-nordmenn/gebyrsatser/ for more information.