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German flag Honorary Consulate of Germany in Portland, Oregon

Honorary ConsulRobert Manicke
Address200 SW Market Street, Suite 1775
Portland, OR 97201
USA
Phonelocal: (503) 222.0490
international: +1.503.222.0490
Emailportland-OR@hk-diplo.de
Web sitehttp://www.germany.info/sanfrancisco
Visa forms Online Schengen visa application
NotesHonorary Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany for Oregon and Idaho
Honorarkonsul der Bundesrepublik Deutschland für Oregon und Idaho

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Comments on this Honorary Consulate

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flores
Fri, 21 Feb 2014 15:30 EST
german ticket
I just found out that I have a speeding ticket from germany from last year. I have been trying to contact the police over there to pay the bill, but they wont send me the info i need to pay the bill, and they wont send anything in english. Now they there sending letters saying there going to place me in jail for not paying. Can you help me in getting the info I need to pay the ticket?
Quy Nguyen
Tue, 15 Oct 2013 22:55 EDT
Social security
My wife lived and worked in Germany for 10 years. She has a Germany citizenship. Can she get the lump sum of her benefit? If so what can we do?
Karl Friedrich
Mon, 7 Oct 2013 12:36 EDT
I need to renew my Passport
Hi..My Passport expires next month. What are your office hours and what is the cost?
Also what documentation do you require and how long before I get it back?
Thank you
Sylvia
Mon, 23 Sep 2013 22:07 EDT
Reisepass/Personal Ausweiss
My German Passport expired last year. What do I have to do to get a new one?
Do I need my Birth Certificate? How much is it going to cost?
Thank you very much,

Sylvia
Brian
Thu, 19 Sep 2013 17:15 EDT
Looking for a doctor in Germany
Hello-
I have been recently been diagnosed duyuprents. Basically I have a lump in my hand that's making my fingers contract into a fist. Being of German decent and only 25 years old my research has led me to a doctor living in hamburg by the name of________i am wondering if he is legitment? please e-mail me I will send you the rest of the info. I'm scared and need as many awnsers as possible... Thanks
Bccoffelt8@gmail.com
Natasha Ulsky
Mon, 16 Sep 2013 13:13 EDT
Asylum & Refugee for Run Away From USA
DEAR I AM AT THE VANCOUVER WA SO NOT FAR AWAY FROM THE PORTLAND OREGON VICTIM OF TERROR & VIOLENCE & STALKING & THE BURGLARIES AND ANOTHER CRIME AGAINST ME AS DISCRIMINATION AGE & RACE & WORK ABLE... I AM THE MARSHAL RANK JOURNALIST NATASHA ULSKY GREW UP AT THE KRUKOV (ULSKY)FAMILY...PLEASE E-MAIL ME WITH AN ANSWER : Natasha_Litvak@yahoo.com THANK'S..+1(503)701-408...
Sabine Ziegltrum
Fri, 23 Aug 2013 11:12 EDT
Passport
can I renew my German Passport in Portland, or do I have to go to San Francisco?
Terry Erspamer
Fri, 2 Aug 2013 16:47 EDT
Information regarding US citizen living in WA state married to German citizen living in Germany
I need to know my legal rights regarding this situation. WA is a community property state. Is that enforcable by a German citizen not living here? Thank you.
Susi
Fri, 26 Jul 2013 20:58 EDT
Where will I see answers to all these questions?
Susi
Fri, 26 Jul 2013 20:55 EDT
German living in Oregon
Can I renew my German Reisepass at the Konsulat in Portland, or do I have to go to San Francisco??

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