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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
Phonelocal: (503) 222.0490
international: +1.503.222.0490
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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Vidya Ramachandran
Mon, 30 Apr 2018 14:46 EDT
schengen visa

I am an Indian citizen living in Portland, OR. Will I be able to get my Schengen tourist visa/German tourist visa from the consulate in Portland?
Bayat Negin
Tue, 27 Mar 2018 01:46 EDT
Travel document
I’m from Iran and I have USA travel document,can I travel to Germany with my travel document?do I need to get visa before my trip?
Thank you
maryam hoffmann
Fri, 2 Feb 2018 15:02 EST
Question about Beibehaltungsantrag

I've had a permanent resident card for about 10 years. I'm due for renewal at the end of the year and would like to naturalize. I was born in Germany, my mother was German.

Do you provide assistance with this process? What is your experience in regards to approval?
Mon, 8 Jan 2018 17:52 EST
Passport renewal
My passport, which has the chip, will have to be renewed
Can it be done through the mail and if so, can you send me the form,either through the mail or as e mail.

Thanking you in advance
Brigitte Pitkin
9718 Phinney Ave n
Seattle, Wa 98103
albrecht F. Bartsch
Thu, 2 Nov 2017 11:27 EDT
Hallo, My passport expires in April of 2018. Do I really have to travel to San Fran. to renew it? I have one that already has the new chip in it.The same applies to my wife, also German citizen. We want to travel to Germany in April of 2018.
I am 84 and my wife is 68 and to travel 1000 miles to renew a passport represents a hardship for us.
I hope to hear from you soon.
Al Bartsch
melissa lucia
Sat, 7 Oct 2017 19:55 EDT
passport expired
please send me an email with how I can renew my passport or possibly with the application to leilani89l@aol.com
melissa lucia
Sat, 7 Oct 2017 19:32 EDT
passport expired
my passport expired and I need a new one.... how fast can I get it done and can I do it online? I'm trying to purchase tickets to Germany and a passport number is required and I don't want to miss out on the good price
Maria Howes
Fri, 22 Sep 2017 16:16 EDT
My Passport expired I need a new one.Please send me an Email to : fixitmaria@gmail.com

Thank you

Sincerely Maria Howes
Uta Fehlhaber-Smith
Sat, 26 Aug 2017 18:59 EDT
German voting forms
Are any Voting forms for the upcoming election in Germany available at the consulate?
Morris Dawon
Wed, 5 Apr 2017 01:18 EDT
Traveling to germany
I am a permanant resident of the united states of America and liberian citizenship.I am a soccer player and wanna travel to germany for more than 90 days,and later apply for my german passport,what are my options?

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