Visa Services


Learn about the visa services provided by the German Consulate General in Mumbai

Please check our visa page for any general queries related to visa. 

For the visa section at the German Consulate General Mumbai, kindly pay attention to the below mentioned remarks:

Admission to the Visa and Consular Section:

Visitors to the Visa Section or Consular Section at the German Missions in India are not allowed to carry:

i) any form of electronic device (e.g. mobile phones, cameras, tabs)
ii) dangerous objects (in particular knives or weapons)
iii) bags and luggage, umbrellas
iv) any other dangerous items.

Items not permitted within the Embassy premises.
Items not permitted within the Embassy premises.© German Foreign Office

- All visitors may carry ONLY the documents that have been asked for and required by the German Mission.
- Please note that the German Missions are not in a position to keep in deposit the above-mentioned objects that are not allowed inside the premises.
- Safeguarding personal belongings outside the premises is the sole responsibility of each applicant. 

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Service for regular visa clients

You are responsible for assisting your employees with visa procedures in your employer's HR department? As a law firm or relocation agency, you regularly have clients who need to submit their visa application to the visa section in Mumbai? You are the contact person at your university for students planning to study in Germany?

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Our offer is explicitly aimed at all interested parties who regularly deal with visa applications at our visa office. Individuals who only want to submit a visa application once should use our website and the website of our external service provider VFS. There, you will find all the information that applies to your individual visa application.

Subscribing to the newsletter is voluntary and does not lead to any preference in the application process or to preferential appointments.

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