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Budget 2024: The big change to the Australian passport every traveler needs to know about


Australian tourists with lapsed passports will be able to fast-track new documentation if they have an upcoming trip overseas.

Treasurer Jim Chalmers announced in his Budget on Tuesday night that the Government is introducing a fast turnaround service for new passports.

The fast-track option, which starts on July 2, will give Australians the option to pay $100 to have their passport processed within five working days.

Australian tourists with lapsed passports will be able to fast-track new documentation if they have an upcoming trip overseas

The Treasury Department predicts the new measure will raise revenue by $27.4 million over the next five years

The Treasury Department predicts the new measure will raise revenue by $27.4 million over the next five years

The Treasury Department predicts the new measure will raise revenue by $27.4 million over the next five years.

All money generated will be redirected to the foreign affairs and trade portfolio.

The Australian Passport Office advises travelers to allow at least six weeks to obtain a new passport or renew an old one.

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Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


Australian tourists with lapsed passports will be able to fast track new documentation if they have an upcoming trip overseas.

Treasurer Jim Chalmers announced in his Budget on Tuesday night that the Government is introducing a fast turnaround service for new passports.

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The fast-track option, which starts on July 2, will give Australians the option to pay $100 to have their passport processed within five working days.

Australian tourists with lapsed passports will be able to fast-track new documentation if they have an upcoming trip overseas

The Treasury Department predicts the new measure will raise revenue by $27.4 million over the next five years

The Treasury Department predicts the new measure will raise revenue by $27.4 million over the next five years

The Treasury Department predicts the new measure will raise revenue by $27.4 million over the next five years.

All money generated will be redirected to the foreign affairs and trade portfolio.

The Australian Passport Office advises travelers to allow a minimum of six weeks to obtain a new passport or renew an old one.

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Read more at DailyMail.co.uk




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