Australian Consulate-General
Shanghai, China

Australians in China

Marriage

Adoption

Australian Citizenship for Australian children born in China

Citizenship

Hospitals and Medical Services (a small selection)

Lifeline Shanghai

Emergency Services in China

Travel Advice

Police Clearances

Birth, Death and Marriage Certificates

Applying for a Tax File Number (TFN)

APEC Business Travel Card

Customs & Quarantine

Australian Government Benefits, Payments and Services

Centrelink - Department of Human Services (DHS) International Services

Returning to Australia

Driving in Australia

Elections
Privacy
What we can and cannot do
Legal Advice. The Shanghai Consulate can NOT: 
  • give you legal advice, interpret or translate documents, though we may provide details of some local lawyers.
  • intervene in another country's court proceedings or legal matters including employment disputes, commercial disputes, criminal cases and family law matters or child custody disputes.
  • get you out of prison or prevent you from being deported 
  • post bail or pay your fines or legal expenses.
  • enforce an Australian or any other custody agreement overseas or compel a country to decide a custody case.
Translation and Interpreting Services