Apply for a Dutch passport in Brisbane on Monday 21st of October and Tuesday 22nd of October 2019
**UPDATE: This pop-up desk is fully booked. Our next visit to Brisbane will be in the first 6 months of 2020**
The Consular Team from Sydney will visit Brisbane again on Monday the 21st and Tuesday the 22nd of October to take in Dutch passport applications.
How can I book my appointment?
The appointment system is now open for those wishing to apply for a Dutch passport/ID card in Brisbane on October 21 and 22!
*PLEASE SELECT* “Travel document at other location than the consulate-general” when asked about ‘Application Category’.
For a detailed list of how to correctly book an appointment, please read the following (short) list of instructions:
* Click on “Schedule Appointment”;
* Select the number of applicants (note: each applicant must make an appointment);
* Application Category: Select the option “Travel document at other location than the consulate-general”
* If is stated " no dates available" it means that all appointments are booked;
* Fill in the details of the applicant;
* Select October 21 or October 22;
* Select a timeslot;
Please book an appointment here.
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. Click here for more information;
- that if you can’t get an appointment in Brisbane you can apply for a Dutch passport at the Consulate-General in Sydney by appointment;
- 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;
- that 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.