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Italian Embassy for Germany

Italian Embassy in Germany

Address: Hiroshimastraße 1-7
City: Berlin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  030-25 44 00
Fax: 030-25 44 01 20
Working hours: Monday to Friday 9.00 – 17.00
Consular hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8.30 – 12.00, Wednesday 14.30 – 17.00 

Italian General Consulate in Kolin
Address: Universitätsstr. 81, 50931 Köln
City: Kolin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  +49-(0)221-400870
Fax: +49-(0)221-4060350 

Italian General Consulate in Frankfurt
Address: Kettenhofweg. 1, 60325 Frankfurt/Main
City: Frankfurt (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  +49-(0)69-75310
Fax: +49-(0)69-7531104/7531143 

Italian General Consulate in Hanover
Address: Freundallee 27, 30173 Hanover
City: Hanover (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  +49-(0)511-283790/9
Fax: +49-(0)221-4060350 

Italian General Consulate in Munchen  
Address: Möhlstr. 3, 81675 München
City: Munchen (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: +49-(0)89-41800 -30/-31/-34
Fax: +49-(0)89-477999 

Consular services are furnished on an equal, impartial, efficient and transparent basis. Consulates ensure all co-nationals protection against the violation of their fundamental rights and the limitation or privation of their personal freedom. They also ensure emergency assistance; help in locating family members, inheritance procedures initiated abroad and for the repatriation of mortal remains.     

Italian Consulates and the Embassy ensure all co-nationals protection against the violation of their fundamental rights and the limitation or privation of their personal freedom. They also ensure emergency assistance; help in locating family members, inheritance procedures initiated abroad and for the repatriation of mortal remains. The consular services include:

  • Registry
  • Health and economic assistance
  • Repatriation and repatriation for health reasons
  • Consular protection
  • Citizenship
  • Military service
  • Notary services
  • Electoral services
  • Passports
  • Pensions
  • Civil status
  • Study
  • Adoption
  • Visas, etc.

Italian citizens living in Italy are registered in the A.P.R. ‘Anagrafe della Popolazione Residente (Resident Population Registry) of an Italian municipality and must refer to this office for refer directly to that municipality for all registry-related procedures. Italian citizens living abroad are registered in the ‘Anagrafe degli Italiani Residenti all’Estero’ A.I.R.E. (Registry of Italian nationals residing abroad) of their Italian municipality of origin, or where they most recently resident before expatriating. Those citizens must refer to the Consular Office of their place of residence abroad for all registry-related procedures. The Consulate acts as go-between for citizens residing abroad and the Italian municipality in which those citizens are registered.

If an Italian citizen finds himself/herself in an emergency situation (e.g. a tourist must depart from Norway and he/she has lost his/her passport or it was stolen) and there is no time to start the procedure for the issuing of a new passport, the Consular Office will issue a provisional travel document (ETD European Travel Document). The latter is valid only to return to Italy, to travel to the foreign country of residence or, as an exception, to travel to another destination.

Power of Attorney is divided into two categories:

  • General Power of Attorney: with this document the person concerned entrusts the management of all of his/her present and future affairs to the attorney or agent. The General Power of Attorney is issued for an indeterminate time.
  • Special Power of Attorney: with this document the person concerned entrusts the attorney or agent with the management of part of his/her affairs. The Special Power of Attorney is valid only up to the conclusion of the specified affair.

Holders of an EEA (EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) or Swiss passport do not require a visa. Nationals from EU-countries as well as Switzerland and Liechtenstein may stay for an unlimited time. Holders of German Passports (European Union) do not need a visa for Italy. There are no restrictions on the remaining validity of ones passport, providing the traveler leaves Italy before its expiry date. 

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