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U.S. Embassy for Germany - Address / Phone Number



U.S. Embassy for Germany

US Embassy in Germany

Address: Pariser Platz 2
City: Berlin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.:  +49 30 830 50
Fax: +49 30 830 510 50
Emergency tel.:  +49-30-8305-0
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 16.00
Consular hours: *The American Citizen Services unit provides passport, notarial and other citizenship services by appointment only. Customers are not accepted without an appointment except in cases of emergency. 

Passports, Reports of Birth Abroad, and Notarial Services – are open to the public from 8.30 – 12.00 Monday through Friday BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

US General Consulate in Munich
Address: Königinstraße 5, 80539 München
City: Munich (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: +49-89-2888-0
Fax: +49-89-280-9998 

US General Consulate in Frankfurt
Address: Gießener Str. 30, 60435 Frankfurt am Main
City: Frankfurt (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: +49-69-7535-0
Fax: +49-69-7535-2277 

US General Consulate in Hamburg
Address: Alsterufer 27/28, 20354 Hamburg
City: Hamburg (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hours)
Tel.: +49-40-411 71-100
Fax: +49-40-41 32 79 33 

The Consular Sections protect the interests of American citizens who travel or reside in Germany and adjudicate applications for visas. Services for American citizens include passport renewals, reports of birth, notarial services, and judicial assistance.

The US Embassy provides these consular services:

  • Issues, renews passports;
  • Registers births;
  • Provides notarial services;
  • Citizens entitled to US federal benefits, such as Social Security or Veterans benefits, may receive these benefits at the US Embassy;
  • Accepts income tax return forms from US citizens;
  • Contacts relatives in case of emergencies;
  • Assists crime victims in the immediate aftermath of a crime by providing crisis intervention, assistance with immediate needs, emergency shelter, trauma counseling, and information about the criminal justice system;
  • Assists in the matters of child abduction;
  • Assists US citizens by working with them to carry out their wishes with regard to burial or repatriation of the remains of the deceased, acts as a liaison between the family and local authorities;
  • Assists US citizens arrested abroad and their families;
  • Issues marriage certificates.

Germany is a party to the Schengen Borders Agreement.  U.S. citizens traveling for tourism or business can apply to enter the Schengen area without a visa for up to 90 days within each 180 day period.  Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond your intended date of departure from the Schengen area.  It is recommended that your passport be valid for at least six months whenever you travel abroad to avoid unintended travel disruptions. 

If your passport has been lost or stolen AND you can demonstrate an urgent need to travel, the Embassy  will accept your application on a walk-in basis. You do not need to make an appointment, but you should come as early as possible between 8.30 and 10.30 Monday through Friday (except German and American holidays and the last Thursday of each month).  Please have your forms completed and all supporting documentation prepared.

Please note that the staff is not authorized to perform personal tasks for citizens. For example, Consular Officers cannot act as travel agents, banks, interpreters or lawyers. They may not search for employers, obtain residence or driving permits, search for missing items or settle disputes with merchants.

The Department of State recommends that all Americans enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) with the US Embassy or Consulate when traveling or residing abroad. Signing up for STEP makes your whereabouts and contact information known, in the event of an emergency or disaster, so that assistance can be provided. Additionally, important information issued by the Department of State and the US Embassy is readily distributed to those citizens who are enrolled in STEP. The American Citizen Services (ACS) unit of US Embassy Berlin is the primary source for communications to US citizens in Germany

Please note the following, regarding security at the Consular Section:

  • All official facilities are mandated to use access control procedures for all visitors and their handbags and packages.
  • No luggage, electronic or photographic equipment is permitted in our waiting rooms or on other Embassy premises; items can be left in the lobby upon arrival.

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