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All About Australian Passport Offices

Australian Passport Office

The Australian passport is issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Australian passports, are only available for citizens of Australia; the passport enables an Australian to travel aboard and re-enter the country without any legal implications or general complications. The process to obtain an Australian passport is fairly straightforward. That being said, the population of the country has quadrupled over the past 100 years, making the immigration process, which is attached to the broader scope of the procedure, more significant.

The Australian passport office is a part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The system, which was remodeled in 2008, now contains new forms that supersede the older forms and processes that were issued prior to the change.

There are two distinct ways to apply for an Australian passport office, the most common of which, being an application process through an Australian passport office, or post office. To obtain a renewal for an Australian passport a citizen must file a passport application from an approved post office location. Dissimilar to other countries, an Australian passport office also serves as a post office or vice versa.

The Australian passport office will accept a number of documents as proof of citizenship, including; an Australian passport showing the name and date of birth of the applicant, an Australian citizenship certificate, and an expired Australian passport. Once the application has been fulfilled, a small fee will be required for the processing of the passport. The renewal process is straightforward, however, a new passport application requires an interview process that reviews the individual's credentials and their situation or reason for obtaining a passport.

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