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Welcome to the website of the Australian Embassy in Tehran. Here you will find information on how to contact us, advice on the range of consular services available to Australian citizens, and information on visa and citizenship arrangements. There are also links to sites where you can obtain information about trade and investment advice and find information about Australia.
The Australian Embassy in Tehran is responsible for protecting Australia's national interests by
- Maintaining and enhancing bilateral relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran
- Maintaining consular and passport services to Australian citizens in Iran
- Projecting a positive and accurate image of Australia
- Enhancing Iranian public understanding of Australia's foreign and trade policy.
اطلاعیه مهم برای پناهندگانی که در مورد اسکان مجدد سوال دارند
سفارت استرالیا به هیچ عنوان درخواستهای پناهندگی را مستقیما از پناهندگان دریافت نمی نماید. بنابراین پناهندگان نباید به سفارتخانه مراجعه کرده و یا به این سازمان تلفن کنند
IMPORTANT NOTICE - CHANGES TO IMMIGRATION FEES ON 1 JUNE 2013.
From 1 June 2013 it will no longer be possible to make any payments in Iran relating to Australian visa application charges, Australian visa evidence charges or Australian applications for Citizenship by descent.
The Iranian Rial will no longer be a valid currency for payment of these charges.
From 1 June 2013 the only acceptable method of payment will be in Australian Dollars at a State or Territory office of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) in Australia.
Applications received at the Australian Embassy in Iran from 1 June 2013 will be invalid if they are not accompanied by the receipt from DIAC in Australia showing that the correct fee has been paid.
Applications received from 1 June 2013 without the appropriate receipt from a DIAC office in Australia will be returned to applicants.
The Department’s website www.immi.gov.au will be updated with these details on 1 June 2013.
From 1 June 2013, applications for Student visas from residents of Iran must be lodged direct with the Australian Embassy in Amman Jordan.
Please refer to http://www.iran.embassy.gov.au/tran/visa.html