German Consulate New York

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Welcome to New York!

On this website you will find information on Germany, the consular services we provide and German-related news and events in the Tri-State-Area.
The Consulate General’s area of jurisdiction covers Bermuda, Connecticut (Fairfield County), New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
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Boesch

Upcycling New York: MetroCard Collages by Nina Boesch

Inspired by everyday life in the city and the pursuit of making New York a greener place, the exhibit “Upcycling New York” features over twenty of Nina Boesch’s collages made entirely from used and expired MetroCards. Each piece is one-of-a-kind, assembled from cut-up pieces of subway tickets found in subway stations around the five boroughs of New York City. “Upcycling New York” demonstrates Boesch’s continuous engagement of transforming a mundane everyday object into something new and beautiful, giving new life to what most New Yorkers consider trash.

Magda Gartner and Allison McAuley

Gramercy Opera: An Enchanting Evening of Operatic Performances

New York’s Newest Opera Company, Gramercy Opera, presents an enchanting evening of operatic performances by emerging stars: Soprano Allison McAuley and Mezzo Soprano Magda Gartner. This is the company's second offering of the season filling the German Consulate on January 19th with a musical journey through time and languages with some of Opera's most beloved duets

Christmas Market

German Christmas Market Feeling in New York City

A total of four German Christmas stands are brought to you by German Delights at the Union Square and the Columbus Circle Holiday Markets. Get into the festive mood by enjoying a hot cider and some delicious German specialties!

Lucas Cranach the Elder, Martin Luther

Luther’s Legacy Comes to New York City at the Morgan Library & Museum

Challenging the Pope as well as the Emperor, Martin Luther’s 95 theses in 1517 started a revolution in the small town of Wittenberg that quickly spread far beyond German borders. The exhibition “Word and Image” opening at the Morgan Library & Museum on October 7, with support from German Foreign Ministry, explores how the Reformation was launched using text, media and art to spread its message.

The Quadrille Ball

Quadrille Seeking Young Professionals

Become part of a distinctive New York based international network while promoting transatlantic relations. Young professionals are invited to register for the Quadrille Ball 2017. Every year, young volunteers from diverse professional and national backgrounds perform the Quadrille, a dance of French origin, at this German-American Ball. The Quadrille is a fundraiser for student exchange between the U.S. and Germany. The 57th Quadrille Ball will take place on January 28, 2017 at The Pierre, New York.

Walter Scheel

Foreign Minister Steinmeier on the death of Walter Scheel

Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier today (24 August) issued the following statement on the death of Walter Scheel: “I am saddened by the death of Walter Scheel. The staff of the Federal Foreig...

The Consul General

Brita Wagener

Brita Wagener

Appointments for Legal and Consular Matters

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Due to high demand for passport and visa application appointments, waiting times for an appointment may be increased. Please consider this while arranging personal travel plans.

Please note that an appointment is necessary for the processing of most legal and consular matters at the Consulate General in New York. To make an appointment, please use our

Appointment System

For further information please click here

Job Openings

job offer

There is currently one job opening at the German House.

Job Openings at Goethe Institut New York

Goethe Institut New York is looking for teachers of German as a second language.

New version of “Facts about Germany” – in 19 languages

Facts about Germany

“Facts about Germany” has everything you need to know about Germany today. How the political system works. The guidelines that define foreign policy. The special characteristics of the economy. What is new in art and culture. The new website facts-about-germany.de features articles, background information, images, charts, films and lots of other modules. All in no less than 19 languages - and on top of that, all the “Facts” can be downloaded as an e-paper.

Donate for Refugees

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Want to contribute to refugee relief efforts?  Follow the link to donate to "Aktion Deutschland Hilft," an umbrella charity organization that is the gateway for donating to the refugees arriving in Germany.

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