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Travel Advice, Consular Registration and Passports
The Embassy strongly encourages all Australians visiting or living in Iraq to consult our Travel Advice and to register on-line at www.orao.dfat.gov.au
For information on applying for an Australian passport, please go to our Services for Australians section.
Due to the difficult security environment, the Australian Embassy's ability to provide consular and passport services is limited, particularly outside Baghdad.
For Notarial or Australian Passport Renewals, the concerning person(s) must attend the Australian Embassy Chancery which is located in the International Zone (IZ). The applicant must send in advance a coloured copy of the Iraqi ID (Jensiya) or Passport to the Embassy's Email Address at Austemb.Baghdad@dfat.gov.au along with your Mobile Phone Number for the purposes of obtaining the official approvals for entering the IZ by the Iraqi Security Authorities. Please note this process of approvals may take 7-10 days before and interview can take place with Embassy Consular staff.
There are currently no job vacancies at the Australian Embassy Baghdad.
Click here for information on how to apply for vacancies at the Embassy.
International Zone, Baghdad
Telephone Contact Numbers:
From outside Iraq (Business Hours): +964 1 538 2104
From a landline within Iraq (Business Hours): 538 2104
From a mobile phone within Iraq (Business Hours): 01 538 2104
Consular Mobile Phone Number (Emergency After Hours): +964 780 923 7565
Consular Emergencies (24 Hours): +61 2 6261 3305. (Note the Consular Emergency Centre does not deal with Immigration or Visa queries. See below for more details).
Queries regarding visas, immigration or Australian citizenship registration should be e-mailed to the Australian Embassy in Amman, Jordan:
or phone +962 6 580 7070 between 9.00am–12.00pm Sunday to Thursday.