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Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technology Partnership (AICCTP) Grant Round 4 is now open

The Australia-India Cyber and Critical Technology Partnership (AICCTP) Grant Round 4 is now open for applications until Friday 24 May 2024 (5pm AEST/ 12:30pm India Standard Time).  

The AICCTP complements the Australia-India Framework Arrangement on Cyber and Cyber-Enabled Critical Technology Cooperation.

The AICCTP grant program brings together Australian and Indian partners to be at the forefront of developing of ethical frameworks, rules and standards that apply to critical technologies.

Successful grant projects will help shape a global technology environment in furtherance of an open, free, rules-based Indo-Pacific region.

Further information about eligibility, grant program guidelines, and the application process is available on the DFAT website.

We encourage potential applicants to read more about successful projects from the previous three rounds on the DFAT website before applying. 

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Rivals in Cricket but unified at the second Australia-India 2+2 Dialogue 

A day after an exciting World Cup final match between both countries, Australia's Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister The Hon Richard Marles MP and Foreign Minister Senator Penny Wong joined their counterparts,  Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Dr S Jaishankar for the second Australia-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue in New Delhi.

Joint Statement: Second Australia-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue

Deputy Prime Minister Marles and Minister Singh held bilateral talks and signed multiple defence agreements.  During this visit, Deputy Prime Minister Marles also engaged in a game of gully cricket with young players. The videos of him enjoying Delhi's famous street food and making UPI payment went viral on social media platforms. Earlier in Ahmedabad, the Deputy Prime Minister watched the Cricket World Cup final alongside Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Minister Wong and Minister Jaishankar held their 14th Foreign Ministerial Framework Dialogue, taking stock of cooperation under the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and other issues of mutual interest. Joint press conference with External Affairs Minister of India

Minister Wong also addressed a gathering at Delhi University's Lady Shri Ram College, spoke at a showcase of Australian First Nations Art that will be exhibited across India in coming months and announced a broadcast deal between Disney Star and Cricket Australia.

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As part of their visits, both Ministers also met India's National Security Advisor and laid wreaths at National War Memorial in Delhi.


High Commissioner Philip Green OAM presenting his credentials to H.E. Smt. Droupadi Murmu ji
(L-R: Australia's Foreign Minister Senator Penny Wong, Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister The Hon Richard Marles MP, India's Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar)

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Latest announcements

Our Passport fees have increased. Effective from 1 January 2024, the following fees will apply:

  • 10-year passport for people 16 years and over - $346.00
  • 5-year passport for people under 16 years or 75 years and over - $175.00
  • Emergency and replacement passports - $217.00
  • Priority processing fee - $252.00
  • Overseas surcharge for adult and senior applicants - $155.00
  • Overseas surcharge for child applicants - $76.00

Our Notarial service fees have increased. Effective from 1 January 2024, the following fees will apply:

  • Administering an oath or receiving a declaration or affirmation - $85.00
  • Effecting, or attempting to effect, service of a document and issuing a certificate or affidavit of service or attempted service of a document - $85.00
  • Witnessing a signature or seal on a form or declaration - $85.00
  • Preparing a declaration or other document - $85.00
  • Verifying and certifying a copy of a document or part of a document - $85.00
  • Signing a document, or affixing a seal to a document or other article - $85.00
  • Witnessing the execution of a will - $85.00
  • Transmitting a document or other article through official channels - $85.00
  • Transferring funds through official accounts, other than for the purposes of the realisation of a deceased estate - $85.00
  • Preparation and issue of an Apostille certificate - $98.00
  • Preparation and issue of an Authentication certificate - $98.00
  • Preparation and issue of a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage - $171.00





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