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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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Kenneth Glenn
Sun, 8 Mar 2015 04:22 EDT
Dual citizenship for US born to German US naturalized mother
My mother is German who married an American. I was born in the US but raised in Germany. My mother became a US naturalized citizen. I would like to have dual citizenship as I still have family in Germany and visit often with the idea of living there again. What are my options?
Evelyn M.Carroll
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 13:08 EST
divorce certificate
I need to get a divorce document of my Mother and her German husband in order to prove that she brought me into the United States legally. I have applied for a passport, and tis is the one document they need. This divorce took place in Germany around 1946 or 1947, I believe in Esssen or Horn Germany. Could you tell me how to go about it. We entered the United States in 1949.
Baron von Helmuth
Wed, 19 Nov 2014 00:30 EST
Ich bin ein neurotischer Dackel.
Da ich deutscher Abstammung bin, verlange ich eine Abzahlung vom Deutschen Staat! Meine Hämorrhoiden sind so lang, dass ich ueber sie falle!

Baron v.Helmuth
Rudy Abou Moussa
Tue, 5 Aug 2014 20:14 EDT
can i continu my studies in Germany?
Hello, i am Rudy and international student from Lebanon currently on a 5 year student visa in Portland Oregon. I am studying in Portland Community College to get my associate degree and then to transfer to Portland State University. Can i get my associate degree and go the Germany? will my credits be transferred?
Maria P.
Wed, 16 Jul 2014 16:57 EDT
New ID/ Passport
My visa is expired and I've lost every ID besides my international drivers license. How do I obtain a new form of identification? Unfortunately the Seattle consulate offered no form of support.
Walter Jung
Wed, 21 May 2014 16:30 EDT
Dual Citizenship?
I was born in Germany and immigrated into the US as a German citizen. I since have become a US citizen.
I am considering moving back to Germany permanently. Did acquiring US citizenship void my German citizenship or am I able to renew my EU passport?
Tue, 20 May 2014 16:03 EDT
Hallo, ich wohne in Vancouver, WA und mein Reisepass laeuft in 2 Wochen aus. Kann ich einen neuen Reisepass in Portland beantragen, oder muss ich dafuer nach Seattle? Welche Unterlagen auser dem Antrag sind erforderlich, und wie lange dauert die Abwicklung. Vielen Dank im Voraus.
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

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