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What happens if my ASIC or VIC is lost, stolen, defaced or destroyed?

You must notify and provide the issuing authority with a statutory declaration within seven days of becoming aware of the loss, theft or destruction of your ASIC.

If you do not notify and provide the issuing authority with a statutory declaration within seven days, you could be issued with a Sydney Airport aviation security notice to attend an interview.  You may have to resit a security awareness test. Your ASIC and access could be suspended or cancelled.

You could also be fined a maximum penalty of $1100 by the Office of Transport Security and lose your right to work at the airport.

How long does it take for a background check to be completed?
Am I required to update my ASIC details if I change my address or my name?
Where can I charge my phone? 
How do I apply for a Visitor Identification Card (VIC)?
Does Sydney Airport have free wifi?
Can I film or take photographs at Sydney Airport?
Do I have to make an appointment for the test?
If I have submitted my application and sat and passed the Security Awareness test, do I have to re-sit the test when I collect my card?
Where can I print a document?
Can I submit my ASIC application by fax or email?
How do I renew my ASIC? 
Can I submit a police certificate from another country if it is not in English?
Can I return my card by mail if I have left my job at the airport?
Where can I access the internet if I do not have a laptop or mobile device? 
I am an ASIC holder and I have recently been convicted and sentenced for an aviation security-related offence. Am I required to report it and how do I report it?
What happens if my ASIC expires?
Do I have to return my ASIC once it has expired or is no longer required (e.g. if I leave my job at the airport)?
Can I keep the same photo as last time?