- Air conditioner
- Non smoking
ATTENTION: Reopening of the Legal-Consular Department (without the Visa Department) at 75 Kneza Miloša Street from May 11, 2020!
The Legal and Consular Department (without the Visa Department) will work again from 11.05.2020. The terms that had to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be allocated first. Appointments for other consular services (certifications and certificates) as well as deadlines for applying for passports and ID cards can now be rescheduled regularly and are available from 18.05.2020. Certificates of life and certificates of crossing the border can be processed again from 18.05.2020.
Entry to the building will be allowed only with the wearing of a mask. However, the visa department still works in a minimal composition.
Due to restrictions on entry into the country, the Visa Section will still not work with clients. If you need to complete your already submitted visa application and submit the necessary documents, you can still do so every day between 9 am and 11 am. Due to the existing restrictions on entry into the Federal Republic of Germany, and in order to further stop the COVID-19 epidemic, the Embassy does not accept new visa requirements for all trips from third countries to the Federal Republic of Germany, which are not necessary in the current situation. Acceptance of a visa application may follow only in exceptional cases, when the applicant can justify the existence of justified reasons that constitute an exception to the travel restriction. The embassy will immediately publish the information here in case the situation changes.
Application deadlines will be re-allocated only when full-time regular work is re-established.