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German flag Consulate-General of Germany in Ho Chi Minh City

Address126 Nguyen Dinh Chieu - Q. 3
Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh (Ho Chi Minh City)
Vietnam
Phonelocal: (08) 3829.1967
international: +84.8.3829.1967
Faxlocal: (08) 3823.1919
international: +84.8.3823.1919
Emailinfo@hoch.diplo.de
Web sitehttp://www.hanoi.diplo.de
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Adriana
Sun, 5 Jul 2015 09:35 EDT
Email for the BLOCKED ACCOUNT COMMENT BELOW
I am the same person from the previous comment about the blocked account appointment and what time I will be able to attend. Please reply to khairuladriana@gmail.com

Kind regards,
Adriana
Adriana
Sun, 5 Jul 2015 09:33 EDT
Blocked account stamp
Dear Sir/Madam,

I am applying for blocked account and one of the requirements is that all documents have to be certified by the German embassy. What time is it possible for me to go to the consulate in Ho Chi Minh City? From my knowledge the consulate is open from 7.30-3.15 but for certification, only from 1-2. Is this true? Is it possible for me to go to the consulate in the morning at 7.30 instead of going at 1?

Kind regards,
Adriaan
mr chinedu
Mon, 6 Apr 2015 05:34 EDT
enquiry
i want to apply for german business visa, im originally from nigeria but i live in vietnam, and i have residents permit here, i want to the requirements for the visa. thank u
tony_c74@yahoo.com
John LIM
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 23:30 EST
Enquiry
Hi!

I'm john, a Korean living in HCM city. I run trading business, one of my client would like import German goods to Vietnam recently.

But I don't have any info about German chicken processing company. Would you send me some info about the some company's profile? I want frozen(IQF) chicken feet and paws. If you have some difficulties, just let me khow then I'll come to your place and talk more details.

Thanks.

Beast regards,


John LIM
Danny Nguyen
Sun, 7 Dec 2014 16:03 EST
NGUYEN HOANG TRUONG DUY so called DANNY NGUYEN
To contact Danny Nguyen email danny.nguyen1986@yahoo.com
NWACHUKWU EPHRAIM CHUKA
Sat, 13 Sep 2014 00:04 EDT
appointment
Dear Sir/Madam,
please i will like to get appointment in ho chi minh city this month as i will like to travel on 30th octomber.
thanks.
ephraimlazarus2@gmail.com
NWACHUKWU EPHRAIM CHUKA
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 01:02 EDT
APPOINTMENT
Please i am staying in ho chi minh city and will like to book appointment to germany consulate in ho chi minh city .
i need there site to do so as i have try from google but only get hold to hanoi but i cant as i live in ho chi minh city
ephraimlazarus2@gmail.com
nwachukwu ephraim chuka
Sat, 26 Jul 2014 01:37 EDT
TOURIST VISA
I AM A PROPER DOCUMENTED NIGERIA CITIZEN AND MARRIED TO VIETNAMESE WOMAN WITH A DAUGHTER TO CROW THE MARRIAGE.
I WILL LIKE TO VISIT GERMANY ON TOURIST BASIC AND MAYBE SEE COUPLE OF EU COUNTRIES BUT GERMANY IS WHERE I WILL SPEND MOST OF MY TIME.
SO PLEASE KINDLY ADVICE ME ON WHAT STEP TO TAKE, ephraimlazarus2@gmail.com
thanks
Truong Que Huong
Thu, 22 May 2014 11:10 EDT
How to entry the international high school in Germany
My son has just finished grade 11 of high school. I would like to send him to Germany to study grade 12 and then college or university there. I have a sister who is living in Germany. Could you please advise the procedure for my son. Kindly email to: truongquehuong@gmail.com

Thank you & regards,

TQHuong
B. tran
Tue, 17 Dec 2013 17:03 EST
pension (or allowances ) from the Germany
My cousin married a German and just moved to Germany . Some one said her parents who live in VN will get an allowance ( or pension )from Germany when they reach 65 year old , is it true ? please let know at : tranb65@yahoo.com
thanks

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