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Passport and visa Information

Find passport and visa information for Australians travelling overseas. and for overseas visitors to Australia.

Visa Finder

Helps you find the Australian visa most likely to meet your specific circumstances. It includes the most common Australian visas, but does not include every visa.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Visas – Australian travellers

Only the countries you plan to visit can provide up-to-date information about their visa requirements. Provides links to visa information for some countries Australians visit frequently and links to foreign embassies and consulates in Australia.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Apply online – Visitor visa options

Provides links to three visas that you can apply for online to visit Australia for tourism or business visitor activities: Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) (subclass 601), eVisitor (subclass 651) and e600 Visitor visa (subclass 600).

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Dual nationals travel information

Provides travel information and tips to dual nationals. Includes information about what dual nationality is, how people become dual nationals and the implications of dual nationality when travelling overseas.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

ImmiAccount

Create an ImmiAccount to check the progress of an online visa application. You can create, submit, pay for and manage your online visas application in one place.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Movement records

Provides a link to the form where you can request access to your own international movement records recording arrivals and departures to and from Australia.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Passport information service (APIS)

For passport information call 131 232 from inside Australia seven days a week, for the cost of a local call.  APIS is not a passport office.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Passports – apply for, renew or report a lost or stolen Australian passport

Need a passport urgently? Ask about the Priority Processing Service when you lodge your application. Lost or stolen passports must be reported as soon as practicable after you become aware of the loss or theft.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Passports – change of Name

If you wish to change the name that appears in your passport, you must provide originals of documents that explain all name changes you have had since birth or obtaining Australian citizenship.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Passports – Child alert request

A Child Alert Request is a warning to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade that there may be circumstances which prevent the issue of an Australian passport or other travel documents to a particular child.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

State and territory offices

Australian offices of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Travel documents for entry to Australia

Everyone travelling to Australia must present a valid and approved travel document as evidence of their identity and nationality.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO)

Visa holders who do not have a label in their passport can confirm their current visa details online. Organisations can use VEVO to check the visa status of visa holders applying for work, study, licenses and access to government services.

Department of Immigration and Border Protection

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