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Old 25th May 2018, 12:37 PM
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I have a granted and validated 190 visa but have not yet moved to Aus permanently. I've just gained an additional nationality (not Australian) and will receive a passport for this country. Do I need to inform DIBP of my additional nationality and passport? Any ideas which form to use? And will my new passport also have the visa, or will I have to choose one passport for the visa?

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I would use the same passport that I was holding when your PR was approved. AFAIK there is no need for you to inform them about your new citizenship.

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I would use the same passport that I was holding when your PR was approved. AFAIK there is no need for you to inform them about your new citizenship.
Many thanks.

Could I possibly ask for any more opinions? Anyone done the same?

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You do not need to inform them that you have acquired a new citizenship.
You only need to inform them if the passport your visa is linked has expired and you have a new passport (can be from the same citizenship or can be from your newer citizenship, doesn't matter).

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