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Form V Quote

Notary public services to assist with Form V – Affidavit for a Passport in lieu of Lost/Damaged Passport. Form V is required if you have lost or you have damaged your Indian Passport (also applies if your passport has been stolen).

The Affidavit must be signed in front and attested by a notary public.

    Quote to notarise Form V

    Is your Indian passport lost/stolen or damaged?

    You must have another form of photograph identification, such as an Australian drivers licence or an Australian government-issued photocard.

    Your name, date of birth and your photograph must be clearly legible to properly identify you OR you have another form of photograph identification.

    Have you read the requirements on the VFS website and completed Form V with all of the relevant information?

    You must complete Form V with all of the relevant or required information. An incomplete form could be rejected by VFS. If you are unsure of what to complete in the form, you must contact VFS for clarification.

    Does the passport belong to a minor (ie, a person under 18 years old, a child)?

    Forms completed on behalf of children often need to be signed by both parents. Please check with VFS as to the specific requirements of your application.

    Summary

    • You have lost your Indian passport (or it has been stolen). You must provide another form of photo identification recognised in Australia to prove your identity.

    • You have damaged your Indian passport but your name, date of birth and photograph in your passport can still be used to identify you OR you have another form of photo identification recognised in Australia to prove your identity.

    • You must complete Form V with all of the relevant information before it can be signed, witnessed and notarised. You are aware that VFS may reject incomplete or incorrect forms.

    • You must complete Form V with all of the relevant information before it can be signed, witnessed and notarised. You are aware that VFS may reject incomplete or incorrect forms.

    • You must personally sign Form V in front of a notary public.

    • You must personally sign Form V on behalf of your child in front of a notary public. You must check with VFS whether both parents must sign on behalf of their child.

    If this summary is incorrect, please change your responses to the questions above.

    Your Details

    What is your name?

    What is your phone number?
    What is your email address?

    Where are you located?

    You must be physically present in our office (in Parramatta) for us to identify you and to witness your signature on Form V.

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