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Address871 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017
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Phonelocal: (212) 610.9700
international: +1.212.610.9700
Faxlocal: (212) 940.0402
international: +1.212.940.0402
Emailgerman-mission-consulate-gic-1@nyct.net
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Yashas
Wed, 25 Oct 2017 09:54 EDT
Visa application
i want to know whether we can pay german visa fee in german embassy in new york through credit cards or checks ? if not then money order needs to be in favor of whom ?
harry cohen
Fri, 11 Mar 2016 18:42 EST
antisemitisim
i would have the german prople would have learned something after the war, your country dod enact a law on hate crimes against jews now it seems as before the war ,every one expexia;;y the governmentlooks the other way, its to bad that england and us did not bomb germany into oblivian!!
Dennis Castoral
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 11:08 EST
Divorce Document
Hello, I married a German woman here in N.J. She went back to German and filed for a divorce. I'm trying to get a copy of the divorce document. Would you lead me in the correct direction. Thank you for your help.
Dennis Castoral
Mousa Banhas
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 00:45 EDT
necessary date
Mr. Consul of the German Embassy Esquire I need to take the necessary date is very close to an emergency situation in Germany, with the knowledge that I have an appointment on 7-9-2014 in NY
with high respect
s hess
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 11:41 EST
jobs
How do I go about looking and applying for a job in Germany. I heard the German Embassy has programmes to check into.
Thank you for any help!
Diflo Manfred R.
Wed, 24 Jul 2013 11:58 EDT
Mein Pass lauft Aug. 13 2013 aus
Ich brauche daher einen neuen Pass .Bitte senden Sie mir alle Informationen die für einen neuen Pass notwendig sind . Meine Email Adresse ist mannydiflo@gmail.com Meine Adresse ist M. Diflo 111Lafayette Rd . Abt.5o4 Syracuse NY 13205 Tel . 315-492 -0302 Für Ihre Bemuehungen danke ich ihnen mit freundlichem Gruss M. Diflo
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Sun, 21 Apr 2013 19:10 EDT
North Korea-Iran oil trading..
I support this matter as a useful method of peace.
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin. 1972
Sun, 6 Jan 2013 12:11 EST
Investment Consortium with North Korea.
You have made my heart very happy as I have read about your current Investment approach inquiries in North Korea. There are so many things that you can help with and this help will reduce the stress that the population is under caused by U.N. sanctions. May God Bless the people of Germany for your efforts on this fine Sunday, our Lords Day of Peace.
Thomas W. Makin, Former Envoy, Nixon Admin., 1972.
Wed, 12 Dec 2012 20:55 EST
A peace theory for North Korea.
In 1972 I was an appointed exchange student to Switzerland and Envoy for Former President Richard Nixon. The North Korea matters that have emerged are something that I believe can be balanced in peaceful ways. This can be done, not with agreements or treaties, but instead with changes of circumstances. First, it appears to me that further North Korean orbital projects can be achieved with more compliance within International Laws by the use of a heavy aircraft to launch the orbital rocket,thus achieving less risk in the project. Second, Commercial sea operations should be allowed to cross the Northern Limit Line. The NLL can only contain disturbing military operations. The UNC, in my opinion, has only limited authority in regard to commercial shipping and fishing in International waters. Third, the problem of proliferation of uranium matters can be controlled quite a bit if Industrial Elements financial documents representing North Korean stored uranium holdings could be used between governments in a managed, controlled profit building derivitives portfolio. This could be devised to enable North Korea to continually profit from its uranium without moving it. In summery, concerns at the United Nations regarding current North Korea matters can be approached over time with peaceful resolution. Possibly you would consider suggesting the review of these matters at the United Nations.
Ann Weiss-Biongham
Thu, 28 Jun 2012 19:27 EDT
Please some information!
For 13 years I was married to a German citizen, Gernot Weiss, living in Bonn. He suffered a terrible fall and died last week. While visiting me, he left me informatiion about the two sources of alimony or pension he had left for me. I cannot find out how to obtain a copy of his will or any instructions. Phoning the consulates gives me no answers. I am very dependent on his financial help. Whom do I apply to? Do I need a German lawyer?

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