Visa, Passport & Legal

The following directory provides you with an alphabetical overview of the services and information we offer. Please note the regional specifications to the right of the general overview.

Important Note: The Legal and Consular Section of the Embassy in Washington, DC, can only provide those services to residents of the States of Delaware (DE), Maryland (MD), Virginia (VA), West Virginia (WV) and the District of Columbia (DC). If you do not live in this region, please contact the mission that is responsible for your area. To find out which of the nine German missions in the US can assist you, please use our Consulate Finder.

Consulate Finder

Keywords - In Alphabetical Order

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Visa, Passport & Legal

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Closing Announcement

The Embassy and Legal & Consular Department will be closed on Monday, September 4, and on Wednesday, September 6.

Closing Announcement

Achtung

The Legal and Consular Section of the German Embassy in Washington DC will be closed from Thursday, October 12 to Monday, October 16, 2017.

Important Notice

Verbotsschilder

For security reasons it is not allowed to bring cell phones, laptops, tablets and similar electronic devices onto the premises of the German Embassy. Visitors carrying unauthorized objects will not be granted entry.

In Cases of Inclement Weather

Bad weather in DC

The Embassy follows the U.S. Federal Government's decision on whether to close  in cases of extremely inclement weather conditions. Please refer to the OPM website for the latest status for federal offices in the Washington, DC, region. OPM

Regional Specifications

All visa and passport applicants have to schedule an appointment:

Visa Appointment Procedure

Passport Appointment Procedure

Honorary Consuls

Map of Honorary Consul locations throughout the United States

Did you know that some of the legal and consular services the Embassy offers can also be delivered by an honorary consul?

Honorary Consuls in the Area