Passport costs to increase 1 January 2017

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Legislative Instrument – F2016L01597 – Australian Passports (Application Fees) Amendment (2016 Measures No. 1) Determination 2016, increases the costs of Australian passports, travel documents and other associated processes from 1 January 2017.

The following increases will come into effect on that date:

  • Provisional travel documents – Nil
  • Passports for children and those over 75, with five year validity – $10 to $135
  • Priority processing of passport applications – an additional $54 to the usual fee
  • All other Australian travel documents – an additional $20. These documents are:
    • Passports with 10 year validity – $270
    • Passports for children aged 16 or 17, lodged on or after 1 January 2016, valid for 10 years – $270
    • Frequent traveller passports, 10 years validity – $396
    • Frequent traveller passports for children aged over 16 or 17, valid for 10 years and lodged after 1 January 2016 – $396
    • Applications for emergency passports lodged on or after 1 January 2016 – $171
    • Applications for replacement passports lodged on or after 1 January 2016 – $171
    • Application for certificate of identity – $171
    • Application for document of identity – $70
    • Application for convention travel – $171

This Determination will commence on 1 January 2017.

Extract From MIA.

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