DFAT WA’s new web

THE WA branch of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has launched its own website.

The travel side of the website is designed to be a memory jogger for tourists to remind them what documentation they need to arrange.

The business side explains the DFAT WA role in business. Eventually it is hoped business people will be able to download passport application forms, although applications will still have to be filed in person because both a photograph and the applicant’s signature need to be tendered.

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