Australian Permanent Mission and Consulate-General
Geneva
Switzerland, Liechtenstein

Passport services

How to obtain an Australian Passport in Switzerland

The Passport section at the Australian Consulate-General in Geneva is open to the public,
Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm

The Consulate-General is closed on the following public holidays
Passport lodgement is by Appointment Only.
Appointments take place between 9.30-11.30 and 14.00-16.30

How to find us

 

PASSPORT APPOINTMENTS FOR GENEVA

Please click here to access our Online Appointments System to make an appointment.

PASSPORT APPOINTMENTS FOR ZURICH

Please call our offices between 9.00 am and 12.00 pm to make an appointment.
Contact Details
Ph. +41 (0) 22 799 9100
E-mail. Australian.consulate-geneva@dfat.gov.au

 

Click here to see the table of Fees and Charges for Passport and Consular Charges

 

Under our Client Service Charter, we aim to issue passports within three weeks.
• Priority Processing Service is not available in Switzerland.
• You should plan your travel accordingly and lodge your application early to ensure you receive your passport in good time.

 

Please note:

Children aged 16/17: From 1 January 2016, child applicants aged 16 or 17 will be issued with a 10-year passport instead of the five-year passport. Applications must still include parental consent, and they must be personally lodged by the applicant together with a parent/guardian. The application fee will be the same as for adults, reflecting the longer validity of the passport.


Please read the information provided carefully as incorrect and /or incomplete applications will not be accepted

TYPE OF APPLICATION METHOD OF LOGEMENT APPLICATION FORM REQUIRED
AND
INFORMATION
Please read carefully
 
Child Passport – Renewal and First
(PC8 form)
 

Must be lodged in person by a parent(s) or
person with parental responsibility for the
applicant – the child is not required to
attend the interview

 

Children aged 16 and 17 are required to attend interview with lodging parent(s) or person(s) with parental responsibility - passport will be valid for 10 years

Complete and print an application form on-line

Information on child first passport application

Information on child renewal application

List of suitable guarantors

First Adult Passport
(PC7 form)
 
Must be lodged in person
Use this form if:
If you are 18 years or over and have previously held a child Australian Passport that was:
*issued after 1 July 2005 and
*valid for at least two years and
*you were 16 years or over at the time of issue
use the PC7 application
 

Complete and print an application form on-line

 

Information on first adult PC7 application
 

First Adult Passport
(PC8 form)
 
Must be lodged in person Complete and print an application form on-line
 
Information on first adult PC8 application

List of suitable guarantors
Adult Renewal
(PC7 form)
 
Must be lodged in person
Use this form if:
*You were over 18 when your previous passport was issued and
*Your passport was issued with at least two years\' validity and
*Your passport was issued after 1 July 2000 and
*Your passport was issued with your current personal details (i.e. name, date of birth, place of birth and sex)
 
Complete and print an application form on-line

Information on adult renewal
Adult Renewal
(PC8 form)
 
Must be lodged in person
Use this form if:
*You passport expired more than three (3) years ago
*Your passport was issued with less than two years\' validity
*Your passport was issued before 1 July 2000
 
Complete and print an application form on-line
 
Information sheet on a PC8 Adult Renewal

List of suitable guarantors
Name Changes
(PC8 form)
 
Must be lodged in person Complete and print a blank application form on-line
 
Information sheet on name change

Swiss Legalisation Offices

Registry of Births, Deaths and marriages in Australia (RBDM)

List of suitable guarantors
Replacement of a Lost, Stolen or Seriously Damaged Passport
(PC8 form)
 
Must be lodged in person

Complete and print an application form on-line

Information on replacing a lost/ stolen passport

Information on replacing a seriously damaged passport

List of suitable guarantors

Replacement of an
Emergency Passport or other limited validity document
(PC8 form)
 
Must be lodged in person

Complete and print an application form on-line

List of suitable guarantors

First passport since resuming AUSTRALIAN citizenship
(PC8 form)
 
Must be lodged in person

Complete and print an application form on-line

List of suitable guarantors

 General information

For useful and handy hints on the passport process please watch the following videos

Passport FAQ

Client Service Charter

Report a lost or stolen passport

Citizenship

Photographs

General Declaration B-11

Children and parental consent

Completing a Child Alert Request

Brochures and Publications

Translation of Foreign Documents

For information on topics not featured on this site, please visit http://www.passports.gov.au