About Us

Mauritius


Service locations

The Department's office in Port Louis manages visa and citizenship services for clients in Mauritius, Comoros, Madagascar, Reunion Islands and Seychelles. 

More information about visa and lodgement is available.

Australian High Commission

Port Louis

Port Louis
Summary

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Street address
2nd Floor, Rogers House
5 President John Kennedy Street
Port Louis
Mauritius
Postal address
PO Box 541
Port Louis
Mauritius
Counter hours
  • Mondays and Wednesdays, 9.30 am to 11.50 am (Tourist, Business and Transit visas)
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only (Returning Resident visas and applications for registration of Australian citizenship by descent)
Telephone
230 202 0180 (Australian Visa Office)
Monday to Friday, 1:00 pm to 3.00 pm
Electronic contact
Email address: immigration.portlouis@dfat.gov.au

Website
http://www.mauritius.embassy.gov.au

Panel physician

Port Louis

City Clinic
Summary

Medical and Radiology examinations

Street address

102-106 Sir Edgar Laurent St
Port Louis

Telephone

+230 242 0486
+230 216 7424
+230 216 7425

Fax

+230 240 7042
+230 216 0156

Additional information

Doctor(s):
Dr A Chui Wan Cheong

Rose Hill

Nouvelle Clinique du Bon Pastue Ltee
Summary

Medical and Radiology examinations

Street address

Mgr J Mamet Street
Rose Hill

Telephone

+230 464 2640

Fax

+230 454 0632

Additional information

Doctor(s):
Dr FR Tadebois

Police check

Mauritius

Mauritius
Postal address

Commissioner of Police
Police Headquarters
Line Barracks Port Louis
MAURITIUS

Counter hours

Monday to Friday 8.30am–2.30pm (except for collection up to 4pm), and Saturday 8.30am–11am (except for collection up to 11:30am)

Additional information

Relevant document: Certificate of character (formerly known as a ‘Certificate of Morality/Certificat de Moralite’).
Residents: Apply in person at Police Headquarters of the districts (regions) at:

  • Port Louis (South) Line Barracks
  • Port Louis (North) Abercrombie
  • Piton District Headquarters
  • Rose Hill District Head Quarters
  • Curepipe District Headquarters
  • Rose Belle District Headquarters
  • Flacq District Headquarters, or
  • Rodrigues (Port Mathurian) District Headquarters.

Residents provide: Civil status certificates and identity cards (the original and two copies of each) as well as any document confirming your address.
Non-residents: Apply by writing to the address above.
Non-residents provide: Your birth certificate, ID card, marriage certificate and fingerprints (only if requested after making the application), residence card (if available), a letter signed by you and indicating your period of residence in Mauritius and a copy of your identity card, driver's licence or passport.
Processing time: Four weeks
Fee: Payable.
Note: The certificate will be posted to you if you are in Australia or, if abroad, through any Mauritian Embassy, Consulate or Mission. This will speed up the process, especially when original copies of documents cannot accompany the application. Mauritian Missions/Consulates/Embassies can certify the true copies of the original documents. Alternatively, an applicant can also delegate any one of their relatives in Mauritius to make the application on their behalf (by a simple letter of authorization, addressed to the Commissioner of Police).