According to deputy government spokeswoman Traisulee Taisaranakul, the new office will open on March 1 in Zone A on the fifth floor of the mall close to the passport office.
According to Traisulee, the Bangkok office, which can notarize documents, would be fully operational for both Thai and foreign visitors.
Both private vehicles and public transportation will have no trouble getting there, she noted.
Next month, the Department of Consular Affairs will move into a new location at MBK.
The department will close its temporary nationality office at the MRT Khlong Toey subway station on February 25 in order to launch the new permanent office, according to a spokeswoman.
On Wednesday, the Khlong Toey office will accept applications and paperwork for the final time; on Friday, paperwork will be returned, she said.
The people must then get in touch with the MBK office to get their documents if they don’t pick them up by Friday, Traisulee added.
On weekdays, the new office will be open from 10 am to 4:30 pm.