The old navy ship logo has long been synonymous with Australia, and is on display at a number of sites across the country, including at the border, the Parliament House and the Commonwealth Building.
But as the Government and industry push for the use of a new logo to be adopted by all government agencies, some in the community are calling for a new flag.
What’s the old navy logo?
A photo posted by Aussie Flag (@aussieflag) on Oct 12, 2018 at 7:11pm PDTWhat’s a nonimmigrant visa?
A nonimmigrant is someone who does not have an Australian passport.
A non-immigrant visa means they are not eligible for a visa.
A visa for an individual may be issued by the relevant Minister of Immigration and Border Protection or the relevant Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
There are also special non-permanent visas which are available for a limited time only.
For example, the visa for a student from a school is a temporary visa, meaning they are eligible for one year, whereas the visa of a member of the military for a tour of duty in Afghanistan is not a temporary or non-permanent visa.
So how do you read the old naval logo?
The old navy flag is currently being used by the Department of Immigration & Border Protection to display a new Australian flag, which is being introduced next year.
The new flag will be made of white, blue, red, yellow, green, black and orange with the colours red and blue alternating.
The blue is an iconic colour and has been used on many Australian flags since the 1950s, but it is currently not being used in a uniform way.