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Malta Embassy for Austria - Address / Phone Number

Malta Embassy for Austria

Malta Embassy in Austria

Address: Opernring 5/1, 1010 Wien
City: Vienna (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  (+43 / 1) 586 50 10
Fax: (+43 / 1) 586 50 109
Emergency tel.: +43 664 820 8619
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 10.00 – 12.00, 14.00 – 16.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday (by appointment only) 

Honorary Consulate in Linz

Address: Novaragasse 4/4, A-4020, Linz
City: Linz (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  0043 (732) 600 241
Fax: 0043 (732) 6002 4113 

Honorary Consulate in Salzburg

Address: Harriet-Walderdorff – Weg 10, A-5026 Salzburg
City: Salzburg (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.:  0043 (662) 642 2680
Fax: 0043 (662) 6422 6821

Malta continues to promote and strengthen the existing good relations with Austria while remains committed to play a vital role in the multilateral forums. As a European and a Mediterranean State, its foreign policy remains a key instrument in promoting friendly relationships based on mutual respect, in pursuit of peace and stability in its neighborhood and beyond.

The Consulate also issues emergency passports for Maltese nationals who have lost or damaged their passports. As indicated in the table above, this passport costs €18. Maltese citizens should personally visit the Consulate in order to obtain an emergency passport. In cases of lost passports, a police report must be presented to the Consulate, as well as a passport photo. In addition, an oath must be taken by the applicant at the consulate in the presence of the consul. Alternatively, the oath can be taken at a solicitor, for which documented evidence must be produced. Emergency passports will only be issued outside office hours (including weekends) by the Consul on a case-by-case basis, after determining that the situation is a genuine emergency.

Authentication implies certifying a stamp, seal or signature as genuine.  The Maltese Consulate in Vienna may authenticate official stamps or seals issued by a Maltese Government Authority.  Such documents may either be sent by post or delivered by hand.  The Maltese Consulate may also authenticate a signature. In this case the individual, who must produce a valid identification card, must sign in front of the Consul. The fee for this service is €25.

Legalisation of documents can be done upon request at the Consulate and costs €25.

NOTE: Payment can be made in cash and in Euros at the Consulate, or bank transfer, provided that the amount received by the Consulate, after deducting all relevant bank charges, should correspond to the table above. In case of bank transfer payments, all bank charges incurred should be wholly borne by the applicant. Bank details for this purpose will be given upon request.

The Consulate can issue visas for third country nationals intending to visit Malta. Non-EU nationals in possession of a valid EU residence permit issued by the competent authorities do not require a visa to travel to Malta, provided that the resident permit is valid beyond the date of return, and accompanied by a valid passport. Resident Diplomats from non-EU countries not require a visa to visit Malta, and should present their Diplomatic identity card, together with their valid passport.

Application forms should be duly filled and all relevant documentation be submitted as outlined in the application form, including a valid passport and 2 passport photos. A visa would normally be issued within 14 days of the date of application; however times vary on a case-by-case basis. A visa could be treated as urgent as determined by the Consul. It is recommended that applicants should apply for visas at least one month before arrival in Malta.

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