Australian Embassy
Ethiopia
Ethiopia, Djibouti, South Sudan, Central African Republic, African Union, IGAD, UN ECA

Passport, consular and notarial services

 

NOTICE for passport, consular and notarial services at the Australian Embassy

To make a passport, consular or notarial appointment at the Australian Embassy in Addis Ababa, please schedule your appointment online before visiting the Embassy.

Applicants with extraordinary circumstances requiring urgent service should first check the calendar for available appointments and, if none are available, email consular.addisababa@dfat.gov.au for assistance.

 

Appointments at the Australian Embassy

To make a passport, consular or notarial appointment at the Australian Embassy in Addis Ababa, please schedule your appointment online before visiting the Embassy.

Applicants with extraordinary circumstances requiring urgent service should first check the calendar for available appointments and, if none are available, email consular.addisababa@dfat.gov.au for assistance.

Passports

For passport information, including information about renewing or applying for your Australian passport, visit the Australian Passport Office

Notarial services

Notarial services available at the Australian Embassy in Addis Ababa include:

  • authentications
  • apostilles
  • certifying copies of original documents
  • witnessing of signatures on certain documents
  • the taking of statutory declarations
  • the administering of affidavits, oaths and affirmations
  • certificates of No Impediment to Marriage.

It is the responsibility of the consular client to know which service is required, and to present supporting documents if required. 

You can find more information about notarial services and document legalisation overseas here.

Consular assistance

Consular officers provide a wide range of services for Australian citizens overseas. These include: issuing passports; assisting citizens in trouble; providing lists of local hospitals and lawyers; witnessing signatures and other notarial services; and providing the latest consular travel advice. For a full list of what we can and cannot do for you please have a look at the Consular Services Charter page.

Consular officers are not able to advise on host government processes. Australians should approach Ethiopian or other regional government offices directly, or via their Embassy in Australia.

All consular services for Australian citizens in Djibouti, South Sudan and the Central African Republic are delivered by the Australian Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.