That's an interesting question that I am not sure about. I would just get it from a GP to avoid any confusion.
'Other passports and documents for travel:
Does this applicant have any other passports or documents for travel? Other documents may include Titre de Voyage, PLO56, DFTTA or ImmiCards.'
If you are applying from outside Australia and do
not know an Australian citizen, Questions 2 and 3 can be completed, and the photograph endorsed and signed by
a citizen of your country of residence who has known you for at least one year, is currently working in a profession or occupation listed on pages 1–2, and is not related to you by birth, marriage or de facto relationship.
For children under 6 years of age, Questions 2 and 3 can be completed by an Australian citizen (or citizen of the child’s country of residence if applying from outside Australia) who has known the child for less than 12 months, is currently working in a profession or occupation listed on pages 1–2, and is not related by birth, marriage or de facto relationship.
Hi Mystic RiverYou need to provide below documents (but not limited to)
Identity documents example:
- Three identity documents that all together show your
- photograph and signature
- current residential address
- birth name, date of birth and gender.
- If you have changed your name, provide evidence of this including links between names
- The Identity declaration completed by a person with the relevant authority and accompanied by an endorsed photograph signed by the same person. If you are applying on a paper application, this is contained in the form. If you are applying online, a Form 1195 – Identity Declaration (232KB PDF) is required for yourself and each person included in your application form
- If you spent more than 12 months outside Australia since you were 18 years old and had your permanent residency
- Provide a penal clearance certificate from every country in which you spent more than 90 days
- In any circumstances, if penal clearance from Australia is required, the authority will arrange it, you don't need to do/pay anything for that
- You you include any children in your application, or applied for any exemption, you have to provide supporting documents
- An Australian driver's licence
- A passport
- A national identity card
- UNHCR document
- Other documents containing a signature and photograph such as:
- an air crew identity document
- seafarer identity document
- military identity document
- student card
- A utilities notice such as electricity, gas or water bill
- Rental contracts or rates notice
- A full birth certificate, or your country's equivalent
- Evidence of links between present and previous names, for example a marriage or divorce certificate, if applicable
- Change of name documents from an Australian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, if applicable
- Documents showing other names that you or your children have been known by
- One passport-sized photograph and Identity declaration signed by an Australian citizen with the appropriate authority
- You will need to provide documents for any children on your application too, including
- a full birth certificate or family register containing parent's details
- a travel document or passport, if they are not on your passport
- evidence of links between birth name and current name, if applicable
- one passport-sized photograph and identity declaration signed by an Australian citizen with the appropriate authority.
- If there are any parenting orders relating to your children, or they have been adopted, then you will need to provide these documents
- If you are applying for Australian citizenship by conferral, you are required to provide evidence of your entry to Australia
- Current and previous passport
- Travel document with visa such as a Document for Travel to Australia, PLO56 (M56), Titre de Voyage