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Armenian Embassy for Austria - Address / Phone Number

Armenian Embassy for Austria

Armenian Embassy in Austria

Address: Hadikgasse 28, 1140 Wien
City: Vienna (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  (+43 / 1) 522 74 79
Fax: (+43 / 1) 522 74 81 

Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 18.00
Consular hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10.00 – 13.00 

The main services provided by the Embassy include:

  • Visas
  • Births, deaths and marriages
  • Passports and emergency travel documents
  • Travel advice
  • Legalisation Service
  • Notarial services, etc.

The diplomatic missions and consular posts of the Republic of Armenia process applications for issuing and extension of passports according to the Article 5 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and relevant Armenian legislation.

Armenian citizens leaving for a foreign country for residence of more than 6 months or residing in a foreign country for more than 6 months are required to notify in writing the appropriate embassy or consular office of the Republic of Armenia. Armenian citizens may apply for any consular service defined by the legislation of the Republic of Armenia despite the fact of their registration or non-registration in a consular office.

The purpose of consular legalization – to establish and to demonstrate the authenticity of signatures on the documents and acts, as well as their compliance with the laws of the host country. The relevant official of the diplomatic mission or consular post of the Republic of Armenia legalizes documents and acts, which are developed with the participation of the competent authorities of its consular district, or documents and acts deriving from them. As a rule, these documents and acts are legalized by the Foreign Offices of the host country. The competent authorities of the Republic of Armenia shall take such documents for consideration only if they have consular legalization, unless otherwise stipulated by the legislation of the Republic of Armenia or international treaties to which the Republic of Armenia and the host country are parties. Those documents and acts which contradict with the legislation of the Republic of Armenia or their contents may be harmful to the interests of the Republic of Armenia, or contain information discrediting the honor and dignity of citizens of the Republic of Armenia are not subject to legalization.

Pursuant to the Governmental Decree of the Republic of Armenia No. 1255-N dated October 4, 2012, the citizens of the EU member-states and the Schengen Acquis states shall be exempted from the visa requirement for travel to and stay in the Republic of Armenia beginning from January 10, 2013. As of the specified date the citizens of the above mentioned countries shall be entitled to stay in Armenia without a visa within a period of up to 180 days per year.

Visitor visa - A visitor visa is issued when a foreigner intends to enter the Republic of Armenia for the purposes of tourism, visiting relatives or other persons, business, transportation and other professional interest, medical treatment or other short-term stay. Visitor visa is issued for a single entry or for multiple entries with validity of one year.


  • In border-control points only 3-day Transit visas and 21/120 days Visitor visas are issued.
  • Foreigners who can travel to Armenia only upon invitation cannot obtain Armenian visa upon arrival.

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