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German flag Embassy of Germany in Copenhagen

AddressStockholmsgade 57
2100 København (Copenhagen) Ø
Denmark
Phonelocal: 3545.9900
international: +45.3545.9900
Faxlocal: 3526.7105
international: +45.3526.7105
Emailtyskeamba@email.dk
Web sitehttp://www.kopenhagen.diplo.de
Visa forms Online Schengen visa application

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Mais
Wed, 7 Jun 2017 09:08 EDT
Deutschland
انا في المانيا وزوج في الدنمارك واريد لم شمله الي المانيا مع العلم لدي طفل... ماهي الاوراق المطلوبه للسفارة والشروط وكيف يتم تحديد موعد من السفارة الالمانيا بالدنمارك..؟
alla malhem sarwat
Fri, 6 Jan 2017 06:54 EST
amero18@gmail.com
Hello
Is it possible to inquire about something
I want to marry someone in Germany Is it to meet the terms of the piece
I want to inquire about the reunion of Germany, Denmark Are the conditions and Denmark to Germany
You me high acclaim and respect
After greeting
Nadeem Ahmed
Fri, 20 May 2016 05:04 EDT
Working visa in Germany
Working in Germany on Denmark visa
Hi, if i have a work permit of Denmark, am i eligible to work in germany. I have allready all translated dacumrnts with B2 language course and C1 patients communication courses. At Moment i m doing hospitation in one hospital,have also hospitation contract.before it i have done once hospitation in one hospital for three weeks.
My Email:
drnadeemahmed50@gmail.com
Please let me know. abhisheksr9@gmail.com
Jwan Ali
Sun, 20 Sep 2015 10:54 EDT
Marriage
I am from Syria and right now live in Germany and my girlfriend also from Syria live in Denmark.We are both refugees and live on job center ,I am here in Germany since 8 months and I want bring her to Germany and marry her here,So my question is if she come to Germany she will take ID card for three years like me and her Denmark ID will be canceled and she will live here like me, and what I have to do
I wish you help me
And thanks so much
Natalia Gonzalez
Tue, 3 Feb 2015 01:59 EST
Opening hours
Dear Sr./Madam
I hope this email find you well, my name is Natalia Gonzalez from chile and I would like to apply to working holiday Germany. I have working holiday in Denmark sines June when and what time you open a public to give all my document???

I look forward to hearing from you soon

Sincerely,
My email chica_19_8@hotmail.com
Jho marie
Fri, 16 Jan 2015 09:19 EST
aupair
hi I am aupair here in Denmark does anybody know what is the requirement to get a visa of aupair in Germany please send me an email at jhomarieacoba@yahoomail.com...It would be great if you can tell me..thanks
nina clausen
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 16:51 EDT
abuse of monkeis
Subject: Embassy of Germany in Copenhagen



Urgent appeal!



An investigation by the BUAV and Soko Tierschutz found monkeys were being deprived of water for days in an attempt to coerce them into doing what the laboratory wanted. Some animals became so thirsty they were even drinking their own and other monkeys’ urine.




I am calling for an end to these cruel experiments.













Sincerely,
Line Ringgaard
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 12:58 EDT
Urgent appeal
An investigation by the BUAV and Soko Tierschutz found monkeys were being deprived of water for days in an attempt to coerce them into doing what the laboratory wanted. Some animals became so thirsty they were even drinking their own and other monkeys’ urine.

I am calling for an end to these cruel experiments.


Sincerely,
Line Ringgaard
Sophie
Thu, 1 May 2014 18:27 EDT
citizenship
I am unmarried German had a partner which is danish. We have 2 boys age 4. Living in Copenhagen. The boys have english birth certificate, where the father is mentioned on. The boys have German passport and the mother is German. So with that in mind, our children are SOLELY German subjects, and accordingly should have all the rights of a German subject, and be afforded the full protection of German citizens outside of Germany. The fact that they are being prevented from travelling or returning home (to Germany) can this be looked into by the German Embassy. The embassy's role is to protect its citizens in the country where they are staying/visiting? Is this correct?

Who is protecting my rights and those of my children (all solely German citizens) when I am not married to Lars (a Dane) and the children do not have Danish passports? How can he prevent me from leaving Denmark and going back home with their single German mother?

It is correct I came to Denmark on my own will but I was not aware that I had to leave all my rights behind and can not leave denmark, and left behind vulnerable. We are not married. I have no financial rights but he has all the rights about the boys and can demand. Can the Embassy help me?
Abhishek
Thu, 17 Oct 2013 12:23 EDT
Working in Germany on Denmark visa
Hi, if i have a work permit of Denmark, am i eligible to work in germany or any of the european nation. Please let me know. abhisheksr9@gmail.com

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