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Old 08-26-2019, 08:05 PM
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Passport renewal - affect tourist visa

Hello all,

I have been granted with tourist visa subclass 600. I made a renewal of my passport because of the expiration date of the old passport.

My question is: should I wait for change of passport details to be shown on VEVO or I can bring my old passport together with my new passport before that change is applied on VEVO and won't have any problems entering Australia?

Thank you in advance.


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