Paper is now a naturalisation process that is no more, and this change will apply to all forms of naturalization.
This means that anyone applying for a permanent residence visa can no longer apply for a paper passport, a form of identification that was introduced to replace paper passports as a way to avoid citizenship requirements.
However, the change is not as drastic as you might think.
As of January, anyone who has applied for a visa to enter Australia will no longer need to have a paper or a digital passport in order to receive a visa.
What this means is that, if you are applying for your permanent residence to enter the country, you can now apply for an Australian travel document, and have the same visa-free status that you would have with a paper visa.
However, this change does not apply to students who have previously held a Australian travel visa, or for people who have been in Australia for less than 90 days and have applied for another visa, such as a student visa.
It also does not affect people who were already eligible for a temporary or permanent residence permit but who have recently had their visa cancelled, or who have received a visa that has been cancelled, as the visa-related requirement for temporary residence permits remains in place.
How this changes workFor people who already have a permanent visa, the process to apply for one of these temporary visas will continue to be the same as for other visas, so the same process for applying for both temporary and permanent visas will apply.
For people who did not previously hold a permanent Australian visa, however, they will need to apply with a new visa.
The changes will apply regardless of whether you have been previously an Australian citizen or not, as long as you have not been in the country for less to 90 days.
For this reason, you should make sure you have a current travel document before you apply for any other visa.
If you do not have a valid travel document and you are seeking to enter a new country, then you will need a visa or travel document from a country other than Australia.
Why this change is happeningIf you were previously a resident of Australia who was applying for temporary visa status, or you were granted a temporary visa, you may have thought that this change would have been an inconvenience, but it is not.
If, however,, you had already applied for permanent visa status but had not received a permanent travel document that you could use to enter another country, or if you had received a temporary permit that you were unable to use to get to Australia, this was the case.
If these were the case, it is important that you read through the process carefully and make sure that you understand the process.
This is not the case for those who have already had a temporary residence permit cancelled.
It is not necessary to apply now to apply again for a residence visa if you already have that permanent residence.
The Australian government did not provide any details on how long this change has been in place, but a spokesperson said it would take effect at the end of March, meaning it could be applied for before then.
It is important to note that the changes will only apply to people who applied for temporary visas as of January 1, and those who applied as of March 1, so you should apply for temporary residency before then, as this is when you can apply for another permanent visa.
However, those applying for permanent residence for the first time will have to wait until February to apply, meaning that it will take a little longer to apply.
To find out more about how to apply online, visit the Government of Australia’s online advice and support service, which provides information on all aspects of the process, including when to apply and what documents you need.
For more information on the Australian Government’s naturalisation processes, you might want to check out this guide from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, which gives a comprehensive overview of the different stages of naturalisation.
You can also check out the Australian Citizenship Service website, which lists the steps required to be naturalised, including the requirements for completing the naturalisation form, and also details on the process for naturalising on arrival in Australia.