You will have to apply and pay for a new passport if you report your passport as lost or stolen. Anyone trying to use a passport that has been reported lost or stolen will be refused travel. Ensure your passport is kept safe and secure! www.passports.govt.nz.
If a passport containing a valid visa label, RRV, ATR or RE has expired, or been lost, stolen or damaged, the visa can be re-evidenced with another label in the holder's new passport.
The child's old passport, valid or expired (if this is lost or missing, see "Lost or Missing Passports"). Original documentation proving Australian or New Zealand resident status (valid visa or permanent residence card) or Australian or New Zealand citizenship (naturalization certificate), or a copy of same.
This must be included for all under 18s and for adults if you have lost your passport, or if applying for your first passport.
Australian and New Zealand citizens could soon travel between the two countries without carrying a physical passport – instead, utilising a ‘cloud passport’ which stores essential ...
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If a passport is lost or stolen overseas, full replacements are no longer issued by Australian diplomatic posts. Consular offices now issue only emergency passports, valid for one-way trips back to Australia.
Next, contact your nearest NZ Passport office or NZ Embassy, High Commission or Consulate and make a Declaration for a Lost or Stolen New Passport or
Instead, please call the Australian Passport Information Service (APIS) on 131 232. If you suspect that your new passport is delayed in the mail, see the advice in Track a passport application. To report your passport lost or stolen, follow the link below and complete the online form
New Zealand passports (in Māori: Uruwhenua Aotearoa) are issued to New Zealand citizens for the purpose of international travel by the Department of Internal Affairs. New Zealand has a passport possession rate of around 75% of the population and there are around 1.5 million New Zealand...