Australian Consulate-General
Mumbai, India

Passport Services


In response to the Corona Virus (COVID-19), including measures put in place by local authorities, changes have been made to our services.  These changes are intended to protect you (our clients), our staff and the wider community.

At this time:

·       Our ability to process passport applications, due to local restrictions, is limited. Services will be reserved for those in genuine emergency situations.

·       If you require a passport, please contact the Australian Consulate-General on +91 22 6757 4900 during business hours or DFAT’s Consular Emergency Centre in Canberra on +61 2 6261 3305 or SMS on +61 421 269 080 to discuss your situation and for further advice.

·       Depending on your circumstance, you may be issued a passport with limited validity if staying in country, and/or an emergency passport if leaving the country to go back to Australia, or for other locations that accepts emergency passports.  The maximum period a passport will be issued for without a face to face interview is 12 months.

·       The situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to evolve.  We will provide updates as soon as possible.  Please regularly monitor our website, and



All passport applications have to be lodged in person at the Australian High Commission New Delhi or the Australian Consulate-General in Mumbai or Chennai. Applications are not accepted by post.

Children under 16 years do not need to attend interviews.


Book an Appointment

A prior appointment is required for passport applications lodged at the Australian Consulate-General, Mumbai. Appointments can be taken via email [email protected]. Passport appointments are conducted from 08.30 am – 12.00 noon Monday through Friday.


Online Passport Applications

The Australian Passport Office has introduced a new portal for clients to complete their passport applications online. This will require clients to first register for an account before completing the passport application.

If clients face any issues when completing the passport application or during the account registration process, clients should contact their closest Australian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission.


Frequent Traveller Passport Update

As of 1 December 2017, applications for the Frequent Traveller Passport (FTP) will no longer be accepted in Australia or overseas.


Mode of Payment

The Australian Consulate-General now accepts all major Debit and Credit Cards for payment of Passport Fees except American Express (AMEX) Cards.


Please click on the relevant links below for more information:


Passport Application Types

Passports FAQs