Who is an Australian passport issued by?
Australian passports are travel documents issued to Australian citizens under the Australian Passports Act 2005 by the Australian Passport Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), both in Australia and overseas, which enable the passport bearer to travel internationally. via
Where Can Australian passport holders go without a visa?
Here are the countries that Australians can visit without a visa:
How many countries can I travel with Australian passport?
According to the Henley Passport Index, the Australian passport is considered the 9th most powerful passport in terms of travel freedom. That means that at the present time, Australian nationals can travel to around 100 countries visa-free and more than 30 countries with a visa on arrival. via
What is an official passport holder?
Official/diplomatic (no-fee) passports are issued to officials or employees of the U.S. Government (and their dependents) traveling abroad on official duties. Official/diplomatic passports are normally issued by the Special Issuance Agency in Washington, D.C. and valid for five years. via
Is Australian passport powerful?
The Australian passport has jumped one place and now occupies the eighth position in the list of most powerful passports in the world. Japan continues to reign as the most powerful. Japan aces the list with access to 191 countries followed closely by Singapore. via
Does having an Australian passport mean you are a citizen?
If you were born in Australia on or after 20 August 1986, you can prove your citizenship by showing us: an Australian passport issued in your name on or after 1 January 2000 that was valid for at least two years, or. documents that prove you're a citizen by descent, or. an Australian citizenship certificate in your via
Where can I live with an Australian passport?
What Colour is the Australian passport?
Australia has a blue passport and so does the United States, Canada, Hong Kong, and a whole host of countries across Africa, Central and South America, and island nations in the Pacific. via
Which passport is the strongest?
Japanese passports are currently the most powerful in the world. That's according to the migration and citizenship consultancy, Henley & Partners, which compiles a list of the world's most potent passports four times a year – and the ones that allow holders to travel widely and visa-free come out on top. via
Can I go to Australia without visa?
You must have a valid U.S. passport and a visa or approved Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) to enter Australia. Most U.S. passport holders traveling to Australia for tourism or business purposes for less than 90 days can obtain an (ETA). Visit the Embassy of Australia website for the most current visa information. via
How long can Australian citizen stay overseas?
All citizens of Australia traveling overseas will be allowed to do so for an indefinite period of time. However, if they want to return to Australia, they need to produce the Resident Return Visa, which allows the citizen to return to the country. via
How can I get official passport?
What are the documents required for passport?
Documents required for a fresh passport
Who is eligible for official passport?
Diplomatic and Official passports are issued to people holding diplomatic status or deputed by the Government of India for official duty abroad. Normally applications for Diplomatic and Official passports are entertained only at the Consular, Passport and Visa (CPV) Division, Patiala House, New Delhi. via