Attending a citizenship ceremony is the final step in the journey to become an Australian citizen and receiving your Certificate of Australian Citizenship.
The ceremony fulfils the requirements under Australian citizenship law and provides an opportunity for Yarra Ranges Council to officially welcome its new citizens.
Enquiries regarding Australian Citizenship and the application process should be directed to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Once approved, applicants will receive a letter from the department and Council will be provided a list of names to include in the next ceremony.
Council has no say in who attends their ceremony – it is all handled by the department.
Yarra Ranges Council Citizenship dates for 2017
Contact Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Call 131-880 or visit the website at www.citizenship.gov.au
You can also write to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Citizenship Section, GPO Box 241, Melbourne Vic 3001 or visit the Department's office in person at Level 2, 2 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne Vic 3000.
How will I know when I should attend a ceremony?
If your citizenship application has been successful, the Department of Immigration and Border Protection will provide you with details of the ceremony and the paperwork you should bring for identification.
If you are unable to attend the ceremony, you must contact the department as soon as possible.
For more information about ceremonies in Yarra Ranges call Roxann Jenkins on 1300 368 333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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