Passport applications in Melbourne on 16, 17 and 18 September 2019
Due to cancellations we have limited time slots available.
During the formal visit of the Ambassador to the Netherlands Marion Derckx to the state of Victoria, the Consular Team from the Consulate General Sydney will visit Melbourne on the 16th, 17th and 18th of September to give the Dutch community in Victoria the opportunity to submit passport applications (by appointment only and limited spots available).
Please read the following instructions carefully before booking your appointment:
- Click on Schedule Appointment;
- Select the number of applicants;
Application Category: Select the option Travel document at other location than the consulate-general
- Fill in the details of the applicant;
- Select 16, 17 or 18 September;
- Select a timeslot;
You can book an appointment through the online appointment system.
In your confirmation e-mail you will find important information about the venue, how to download the application form and the required documents.
Did you know:
- that it is also possible to submit an application by appointment in the arrival hall at Schiphol/Amsterdam or at various Dutch (border) municipalities. See our website www.netherlandsworldwide.nl;
- that if you can’t get an appointment in Melbourne on the 16th or 17th of September you can apply for a Dutch passport at the Consulate-General in Sydney, also by appointment only;
- that Dutch nationals who also have the Australian nationality - in accordance with Australian regulations - have to depart and enter Australia on their Australian passport; For more information see the website of the Australian Department of Home Affairs.
- that Dutch citizens with dual citizenship who don’t need a travel document, but would like to keep their Dutch citizenship, can apply for a Dutch nationality certificate by e-mail or mail. You can find more information about this certificate on our website.
- children with dual citizenship have to be in possession of a valid Dutch passport (or Dutch nationality certificate) on their 28th birthday to maintain their Dutch citizenship.
Further information about the pop-up embassy in Melbourne will be announced on the website.
The Consular Team Consulate-General in Sydney