Address, Contact and Office Hours

German Consulate General Houston

1330 Post Oak Blvd. Suite 1850
Houston TX 77056  

Phone (713) 627 7770

Contact the German Consulate General in Houston

Please contact the German Consulate in Houston with your questions, comments and suggestions. The contact form is your way to reach directly the specific department responsible for the topic of your comment.

German Consulate General
1330 Post Oak Blvd. Suite 1850 
Houston TX 77056

You can also contact the German Consulate General at:

Phone (713) 627-7770

Fax      (713) 627-0506

Office Hours - German Consulate General Houston

All passport and visa applicants need to  schedule an appointment

Visitors' Hours by Appointment Only

Monday - Thursday

8:30 a.m. - 12.00 noon


8:30 a.m –  12.00 noon

The German Consulate General Houston can be reached by phone:


Monday - Thursday

7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Official Holidays: The German Consulate General in Houston will be closed on the following German and American holidays:

January 1
New Years Day
January 19
Martin Luther King Day
April 3
Good Friday
April 6
Easter Monday
May 25

Memorial Day / Pentecost Monday

July 3
Independance Day
September 7

Labor Day

October 3
Day of German Unity
November 26
Thanksgiving Day
December 25
Christmas Day
December 26

Address, Contact, Hours

Emergency Information


Should you be in a situation where you need immediate help you may call the emergeny phone number of the German Embassy in Washington after office hours and on weekends at the following number: +1-202-298-4000

Please note that the emergency service is  basically meant to assist Germans in dire situations. General information, visa questions etc cannot be answered when calling this number.

Schedule an Appointment

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All passport and visa applicants, Certifications of signatures and Affidavit of support,  need to arrange for an appointment in order to hand in their applications. Appointments can only be made online. Every family member needs a seperate appointment.

Passport applications at the office of the Honorary Consul in New Orleans and Dallas and the German Air Force Command in Fort Bliss  

Applications for the issuance of a biometric passport including finger prints (no provisional passports, no child's passports) may also be filed at the office of our Honorary Consul in New Orleans, LA (phone: 504-585-7588), our Honorary Consul in Dallas (phone: 214-752-3684) and at the German Air Force Command USA/Canada in Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX (phone: 915-568-2133)


All Germans who live abroad, can be included in a crisis precaution list. The inclusion happens through a password-protected online process. In additon to the crisis precaution the electronic registration provides the opportunity to receive information about federal elections and about elections to the European Parliament as well as further information from the diplomatic mission in charge. Therefore, a registration is recommended if you plan to stay abroad for a longer time.

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