Operational Arrangements for Immigration (Visa) Services at the South African Embassy in Berlin

South African Embassy in Berlin: Temporary Telephone Interference

The South African Embassy in Berlin is currently not reachable on phone number 030 22073-0 due to technical problems. Callers are kindly requested to phone mobile number 0171 3642679.

We regret inconveniencies caused and appreciate your understanding. 

All visa applications must be submitted in person to the South African Embassy in Berlin and the South African Consulate General, and without prior appointment. All visa applications submitted by courier/post  not be considered and will be sent back to the applicant.

Application for visas and permits will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 11 am.
(https://www.suedafrika.org/downloads/Business_hours.doc)

 

South African Consulate-General in Munich's telephones have been severely affected

Please note that the South African Consulate-General in Munich is currently undergoing an upgrade of its ICT systems, and as such our means of communication (particularly the telephones) have been severely affected. We kindly ask for patience and understanding in this regard.

For those requiring Civis Services, please continue to use the normal means of communication in this regard by sending an email to munich.civicapp(at)dirco.gov.za to schedule an appointment. For the Consular Department, please continue to use the munich.consular(at)dirco.gov.za email address.

 

 

Visitor Rules

All visitors to the Embassy are required to present their ID to the Embassy's receptionist upon arrival. In turn, visitors will receive an Embassy visitors card, which needs to be carried by visitors for the duration of their visit.  The Embassy visitors card need to be handed back to the receptionist on departure at which time the visitors ID will be returned, too.

Visitors are also required to adhere to the following:

  • No weapons are allowed on the Embassy premises.
  • No pets are allowed.
  • No food or beverages allowed.
  • No wandering around the Embassy premises is allowed.
  • Bicycles are not allowed on the premises.
  • The use of cell phones is not allowed.
  • Taking pictures in the Embassy is not allowed, whether by camera or phone.
  • The reception area should be quiet.

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