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Blue Cards: Applying and Renewing Online

Blue Cards: Applying and Renewing Online

by Lynde Davy -
Number of replies: 2

From 31 August 2020, to apply for a blue card you will need a customer reference cumber (CRN) and photo from the Department of Transport and Main Roads. A CRN is the number on your driver licence, photo identity card or proof-of-age card. TMR has a list of other documents where your CRN can be found.

Blue Card Services will work with TMR to verify your identity and obtain the photo to use on your blue card. 

When the new laws start, you will be able to apply or renew your blue card online. This will mean a faster approval time for most applicants.

Lynde Davy

Safe Church Assurance and Support Officer

safeministrywithchildren@ucaqld.com.au


In reply to Lynde Davy

Re: Blue Cards: Applying and Renewing Online

by Norma Wells -
Hello Lynde, can you tell me if there is a cost applicants (church volunteers and ministry agents) need to pay for the photo from TMR? Can we use the usual photocopy of our driver's licence if we already have a Blue Card?
In reply to Norma Wells

Re: Blue Cards: Applying and Renewing Online

by Lynde Davy -
Hi Marg,
I believe that the drivers license is suitable at this stage. I would be surprised if there was a cost give that blue cards are free for students and volunteers. It would probably be worthwhile to contact Blue Card services directly to check with them. I have provided information from their website below:
Phone
8am–5pm Monday to Friday*
1800 113 611 (freecall in Queensland)
(07) 3211 6999
+61 7 3211 6999 (international)
*Our contact centre is closed each Friday between 8am and 9am for staff training. You can contact us on info@bluecard.qld.gov.au during this time.