Hours of operation
The Consulate of Haiti in Australia is open to the public Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The Consular Section in Melbourne serves the residents of the Commonwealth of Australia. If you live in another state, please submit your application documents to the Consulate directly in Victoria.
List of services
Authentification of documents
Transporting human remains
Visa entry requirements for Haiti
Consular Representation of Haiti in Australia
The Republic of Haiti is represented in Australia by the Consulate located in Melbourne.
The consulate has jurisdiction over every territory of the Commonwealth of Australia.
Below are jurisdiction areas of the Consulate:
Internal states and territories
New South Wales (NSW)
Nothern Territory (NT)
Australian Capital Territory (ACT)
South Australia (SA)
Western Australia (WA)
Jervis Bay Territory (JBT)
Australian Antarctic Territory
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Coral Sea Islands
Heard Island and McDonald Islands
General Requirements (this Info are available on the website of the Haitian Embassy in Washington, please take into account the postage costs.
Passports are issued to all Haitian citizens with proof of identity, as well as proof of Haitian citizenship. To obtain a passport, the applicant must (1) complete and sign an Application Form, which can be obtained at the Embassy and (2) submit the following documents in person to the Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Washington, D.C. or to the nearest Consulate of Haiti:
The original Birth Certificate, or an extract of the Birth Certificate from the National Archives of Haiti, or a copy of the original Birth Certificate;
The old passport, and one valid form of identification (ID), such as driver’s license, student identification or resident card;
Two forms of valid identification (ID) if the old passport is not available, etc.
Two passport-sized, colour photos on white background, not older than 3 months;
Original marriage certificate, if the applicant is a married woman;
Original divorce certificate if the applicant is a divorcee;
The husband’s death certificate if the applicant is a widow;
A parental authorization signed by a parent or legal guardian, if the application is made on behalf of a minor.
Passports are issued for ten (10) years for adults and five (5) years for minors under the age of 18, and no amendments are permitted during this period. Any amendments will require the submission of a new application and payment of the passport fee. In the case of the loss of a valid passport, the applicant must submit a police report along with the application form.
Note: In certain circumstances, a Certificate of Travel may be issued in lieu of a passport to facilitate the travel of a Haitian national to Haiti. The Certificate is only valid for one (1) month and one (1) single trip.
We accept Money Orders or direct deposit.
Regular New/Renewal: Passport – 145.00 USD (adults) and 120.00 USD (minors)
Mail Option: 165.00 USD (adults) and 140.00 USD (minors). There is a shipping fee to have your passport mailed. This fee is not reflected in the total amount. The exact shipping cost will depend on the delivery location. Fees are subject to change without notice.