The final step in becoming an Australian citizen is to make a Pledge of Commitment at a citizenship ceremony.
After successfully applying for Australian citizenship with the Department of Home Affairs, candidates are invited to make their pledge at a citizenship ceremony organised by their local council.
How do I apply for citizenship?
The Department of Home Affairs facilitates the citizenship application process. If you have any questions about becoming an Australian citizen, please visit the Department of Home Affairs website or call 131 880.
I’ve received my letter of approval and am now just awaiting a ceremony. When can I attend and how will I be notified?
Congratulations on your approval to become an Australian citizen!
Logan City Council conducts several citizenship ceremonies throughout the year.
The Department of Home Affairs manages all citizenship ceremony placements. Therefore, we are not able to advise which ceremony date you will be placed in, please visit the Department of Home Affairs website or call 131 880.
What requirements are there for attending a ceremony?
Your invitation letter will detail all requirements for your citizenship ceremony. Most importantly:
You must bring government-issued photo identification (ie. driver’s license or passport).
You must bring your invitation letter.
You must RSVP your attendance to email@example.com in line with COVID-19 seating restrictions. Due to COVID-19 safe practices, seating and capacity is strictly allocated. If you do not RSVP, you may not be allocated a ticket.