Consular Jurisdiction
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The Consulate General of India, Munich was opened in May, 2002 with operational jurisdiction over the two southern German States of Bavaria and Baden Württemberg.The Consulate provides consular, Trade & commercial, and other services including community welfare to the residents of Bavaria and Baden Württemberg.

To facilitate applicants seeking consular services, the public hours for Consular Wing are kept open from 0930 hrs to 1230 hrs on all working days. There is no requirement of any prior appointment. For Emergencies, the contact number is also given in the Website. Further, every 2nd and 4th Wednesdays are designated, as 'Open Day' for discussing problems of Indian Diaspora and one is free to meet the Consular Officer. The Consulate is also assisting members of India community, in deserving cases, as per
provisions of ICWF (Indian Welfare Community Fund). The consular services are as mentioned below:

Passport Services: Providing services to resident Indians in its consular jurisdiction for:

  • Issue of a new passport
  • Re-issue of pass ports
  • New passports in lieu ofloss/ damage cases (applicant to visit the Consulate for physical verification).
  • Change of personal particulars on the passport
  • Change of appearance (applicant to visit the Consulate for physical verification).
  • Cancellation of passports
  • Emergency Certificates

Other Consular Services

  • Police Clearance Certificate (PCC)
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Birth Certificate
  • Attestation of Death Certificate
  • NRO certificate
  • Attestation of Driving License
  • Attestation of Affidavit for obtaining child passport in India (father/mother to visit the Consulate for physical verification).
  • Attestation of Power of Attorney/legal documents (applicant to vislt the Consulate 10 sign it in the presence ofthe consular officer).

Note: The Consulate has been issuing over 1600 Passports per year.The Passport Booklet is printed in India and hence it usually takes a minimum time of6-8 weeks to receive the new passport booklet.

Overseas Citizen of India card (OCI) : OCI Card

The Consulate provides to the eligible applicants in its jurisdiction (a) Overseas Citizen of India card (OCI) and (b) OCI Miscellaneous Services as weil as renunciation of Indian Citizenship. The Consulate has been issuing over 700 OCI services per year.The OCI card is printed in India and hence it usually takes a minimum time of6-8 weeks to receive the new OCI card.

Persons of Indian Origin (PIO): PIO Card

The PIO Scheme has been withdrawn by the Government of India. All PIO Card holders reqested to apply for conversion of their PIO Card to OCI Card at the earliest opportunity. The conversion from PIO to OCI does not entail any fees.

Miscellaneous Services:Consulate attests documents such as Power of Attorney; Attestation of Civil and Commercial documents; Sworn Affidavit for issue of child's passport and other documents; Attestation of NORI documents etc. Consulate also issues certificates such as birth/ death/address change/name change etc, Life Certificate: Police Clearance Certificate etc.

Death Related Services (same day service) Registration of Deathllssue of Death Certificate and Issue of No Objection Certificate for transportation body ofthe deceased to India; Carrying of ashes ofthe deceased to India.

Note: Applications for Passport services and Other Consular Services will be received at the Consulate General of India, Munich office on all working days from Monday to Friday except public holidays from 0930 hrs to 1230 hrs.

For more details, please visit our website: www.cgimunich.com

Visa Services

All foreign nationals entering India are required to possess a valid international travel document in the form of anational passport with a valid visa obtained from an Indian Consulate/Embassy. The Indian visa ts issued under Government of India's Foreigners Act. All Individual visa seekers are requested to apply for the Indian Visa through online application and hand written visa application forms are not accepted for issuance of visa

Visa applicants are required to complete all fields in the online visa application form correctly and accurately. Incorrectl incomplete applications are liable to be rejected. After completing and submiUing successfully the online visa application form, the printout of the form along with prescribed support documents and fees is to be submitted at the Indian Visa Application Center (IVAC) approved by the Consulate:

The Consulate General of India, Munich has appointed M/s. International Visa Services Europe GmbH (IVS) as the outsourcing service delivery partner for receiving of visa applications and delivery of visas 10 applicants. As part of the outsourcing arrangement, IVS Europe GmbH is to facililate the application process for the people residing in the Federal States of Bavaria and Baden-lNürttemberg and also citizens of other countries who residing in these states.Address ofthe outsourcing agency is

International Visa Services Europe GmBH
Schellingstr 35,
80799 Munich
Tel : +49 179-9600476 (English)
+49 179-6223172 (Deutsch)

E-mail: ivsmunich@internationalvisaservices.net

Website: www.ivs-germany.com

Postal visa applications, after filling in the on-line application at the above mentioned website,may be sent to the same postal address as mentioned above.

The Consulate issues between 50,000 to 60,000 visas a year. While most Visa applicants are tourists, there has been steady increase in respect of Business and Employment Visas since 2010.

For more details, pie ase visit our website: www.cgimunich.com

Important Information: The applicants for Consular/PassportNisa/OCI/PIO card services may be ca lied for interview and/or asked to provide documents in addition to those mentioned on the checklist at the discretion of the Consulate on a case-to- case-basis

Indian Community in Bavaria and Baden-württemberg: According 'to official figures, in both southern states, Indian nationals are estimated to be about 40,000 which include PIOs around 14,000. The NRI/PIO community in both states includes IT professionals; businessmen and traders; restaurant operators; students and researchers. The Indian community generally commands a great deal ofrespect for being hard working, progressive, open-minded, law abiding & tolerant.

10 August 2015

 

 
 
 


Public dealing hours for passports, OCI and other consular documents is Monday till Friday from 09:30 - 12:30 hours


For Passport, OCI and consular matters - please contact cons.munich@mea.gov.in giving applicant's personal details and Web File No.

Visa queries and applications should be submitted to International Visa Services (http://ivs-germany.com).   In case of any problem, visa section of the Consulate can be contacted through cons.munich@mea.gov.in.  Please furnish Web File No. while communicating.


Commercial Representative / Consul (E&C) Mr. Asheesh Gupta may be contacted at com.munich@mea.gov.in for commercial matters.

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