Australian Declaratory Visa
What is an Australian Declaratory visa?
The Australian Declaratory visa is an entry authority that resembles a visa. In limited circumstances it can be issued to Australian citizens who hold a foreign passport, including if you are:
- under 18 and will be travelling with a non-citizen parent
- have an emergency or other compelling situation preventing travel on an Australian passport. You will need to provide supporting documentation.
There is a charge for processing Australian Declaratory visa applications.
The Australian Declaratory visa is valid for five years from the date of grant. If you cease to be an Australian citizen, the Australian Declaratory visa becomes invalid and you will need a visa to return to Australia. The Australian Declaratory visa is linked electronically to the passport details that you provided to the department.
|Visa Category||Base Visa Application Charge (AUD)||Base Visa Application Charge (THB)||Additional Applicant Charge over 18 (AUD)||Additional Applicant Charge over 18 (THB)||Additional Applicant Charge under 18 (AUD)||Additional Applicant Charge under 18 (THB)|
|Australian Declaratory Visa-Adult||240||6500||-||-||-||-|
|Australian Declaratory Visa-Child||185||5000||-||-||-||-|
Payable in Thai Baht at the VFS Australian Visa Application Centre either by cash or cashier’s cheque or Bank draft issued in favour of Australian Embassy Bangkok.
For more information on visa fees please refer to the Fees & Charges menu on the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection Website.
The service charge is applicable per passport which can be paid either by cash or cashier’s cheque or Bank draft issued in favour of VFS (Thailand) Ltd.
|Primary Client/Applicant Fee|
|Application lodgement and biometric collection – Primary applicant||THB 883|
|Biometrics Collection Only||THB 839|
|Secondary Client/Applicant Fee|
|Application lodgement and biometric collection – Secondary applicant||THB 618|
|Citizenship by Descent||THB 618|
One passport-sized photograph (please attach to the form). NB - ID photos that have been digitally enhanced or altered to improve or change appearance or remove distinguishing features are not acceptable. As the photos are required for identity purposes, if they do not represent your true appearance, your visa application may be delayed if you need to be asked to provide new photos. The photos should also meet normal passport size and pose (front on head and shoulders, no facial coverings or sunglasses).
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|Form 931 – Australian Declaratory Visa|