Australian Consulate-General
Mumbai, India

Passport Services

 

Book an Appointment

 

A prior appointment is required for passport applications. The Australian Consulate-General, Mumbai looks after the jurisdiction of Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat. If you are located in any of the mentioned states, you can schedule a physical appointment by clicking on the link AustralianConsulateMumbai/Appointments

Since the reopening of Australia’s international border on 1 November 2021, the Australian Passport Office is experiencing significant increase in demand for new passports. As a result, applications lodged overseas could take up to nine weeks to be issued. Please ensure you allow sufficient time before your travel to renew/apply for a new passport.

 

Passport services by mail

Adult passport only?  You can now submit your adult renewal application by mail.

For more information on eligibility please see:  Adult passport, renewal (simplified renewal form)

 

Please make note of the Health and Safety Information for Visitors

For the safety and health of our visitors and staff is a priority, if you are feeling unwell or located in a containment zone we recommend you cancel your appointment and do not visit the Consulate-General. Standard checks are being conducted by the building management at entry. Clients displaying symptoms of being unwell or those coming from a containment zone may be refused entry into the building premises.

We ask that you do not bring anyone to your appointment who is not required to attend. All members of the public who enter the Consulate-General must wear a face mask covering during the time of their visit. Visitors are also being asked to use hand-sanitizer as appropriate.

Please note washroom facilities are not available at the Australian Consulate-General Mumbai Office

 

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.

 

Name Changes

If your name has changed from what appears on your Australian Birth Certificate or Australian Citizenship Certificate you must provide evidence of your name change.

Evidence of name change is also required when a parent’s name on a child’s birth certificate is different to their current name.

 

 

Please click on the relevant links below for more information:

 

Passport Application Types

Passports FAQs