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AddressSuite 613, 6th Floor
343, Little Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Phonelocal: (03) 9670.8427
international: +61.3.9670.8427
Faxlocal: (03) 9670.9451
international: +61.3.9670.9451

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patricia white
Sat, 14 Mar 2015 21:16 EDT
maltese passport
Both my kids were born in Malta and now hold Australian citizenship. How can they apply for Maltese passports? Also my maltese passport has expired as I have been using my Australian one how can I renew my passport? Oh we are in Perth WA. Thanks
Mary-ann Falzon
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 20:22 EST
I just want to no if in the years round 1952-1957 were children on there mothers passports or did they have there own, and would I be able to get a copy of my mothers passport even if she has passed away.
Ph: 0401-306-531
Email: annthequeen_777@hotmail.com
Sun, 1 Mar 2015 06:16 EST
Applying For Maltese Passports Multiple Questions
Both parents were born and older siblings were born in Malta. There parents were both born in Malta, I was born in Melbourne. I have an Australian passport but was wondering if I can get a Maltese Passport ?

Secondly my parents Maltese passport has expired what's involved for them to re apply for a current new Maltese passport ?

Wed, 21 Jan 2015 15:31 EST
hi, i have dual passports, australian and maltese. i plan to buy property and retire in malta in the coming years with my de facto partner who is moroccan. what are the requirements for him to be able to live in malta? do we have to marry? can he get residency in malta or will he have to get a temporary visa and constantly leave the country to renew it? thanks for your help and kind regards.
Anthony Aquilina
Wed, 31 Dec 2014 02:49 EST
Renew Maltese passport in Adelaide
I have an expired Maltese passport can I renew in in Adelaide
Sun, 28 Dec 2014 20:24 EST
Passport eligability
I would like to find out if I am eligible to apply for a Maltese passport.

My grandparents were Maltese both were born in Malta & moved to Egypt, my father was born in Egypt in the 1926. Because they were Maltese, they were given the British Passport. Both my grandparents & father came to Australia in 1948, I was born in Australia in 1959

In summary, am I able to get a Maltese passport?
Sat, 20 Dec 2014 21:06 EST
maltese passport
hi, my grandparents was born in malta and came over here and my father was born in australia so was i. is it possible for me to get a maltese passport or dos anyone have any advice for me??

thank you
Deb Randich
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 01:28 EST
My Maltese passport will expire
How do I renew my Maltese passport,it expires in Sept. 2015 and I will be travelling in April 2015. It will just fall short of 6 months whilst I am travelling.
Deb Randich
Fri, 7 Nov 2014 00:19 EST
Application for Maltese Passport
My son born in Australia already has his Australian Passport and Maltese Citizenship but want to apply for a Maltese Passport how quickly can this be done please and is there an application on line that I can download for him
Grace Caruana
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 01:31 EDT
Maltese Passport
I am and Australian born in Queensland and both my children where born in Malta and have expired Maltese passports. I would like to renew them. Could you please advise me what I should do and where to contact to obtain a new Passport.

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