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German flag Consulate-General of Germany in Sydney

AddressLevel 17 / 100 William Street
Woolloomooloo, NSW 2011
Phonelocal: (02) 8302.4900
international: +61.2.8302.4900
Faxlocal: (02) 8302.4940
international: +61.2.8302.4940
Web sitehttp://www.sydney.diplo.de
Visa forms Online Schengen visa application
Listing updatedMay 19, 2017

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Heinrich Schinkel
Tue, 6 Mar 2018 20:50 EST
Permanent Residency
I am a permanent resident of this country and travel on a German passport. I recently renewed my re-entry visa via the Internet and was granted a new one. My question is this, the old visa was an official sticker and part of the passport, all I have now is a print from my computer (Resident Return, sub class 155 – Granted). Will this get me through customs on my return from overseas?
Hagen Muller
Thu, 9 Mar 2017 19:13 EST
Staying in Germany on a Swiss Passport
How long can l stay in Germany on a Swiss Passport,as a visitor
Ursula Kirchgessner
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 04:13 EDT
Life Certificate
I need to have the annual Life Certificate signed by an appropriate official. I used to go to a Justice of the Peace at the Hornsby Library. This year I was told by the lady that they are no longer allowed to do this. Where do I go to have this form signed. Your answer as soon as possible would be appreciated. Thank you very much.
Christine Mulligan
Wed, 20 Jul 2016 21:16 EDT
renew German Pasort
ich war 1956 in Polen geboren. My name auf dem Taufschein sagt, Krystyna. Wenn ich 6 Jahre alt war Sind meine Familie mit Mir nach Deutschland und seitdem habe ich Christine gehiessen.Ich habe nie ein problem mit diesen namen gehabt.
In 1998 bin ich nach Australien und habe permanent residency.
Ich bin niemals wieder raus aus Australien seitdem.
Ich habe Familie in Deutschland und meine Mutter wird 90 im January. Ich hab Sie seit 1998 nicht mehr gesehen, Weil Ich Mir das nicht leisten konnte.
Ich kann kein neuen Reisepass bekommen, Weil Ich Hab keine Geburtsurkunde mit Christine on it, nur Krystyna.
Ich habe alle Standesamter in Deutschland befragt und hab das auch schriftlich von denen, dass die Mir nicht Helen koennen.
Da ist keine Namensanderung vorhanden Oder Geburtsurkunde von Mir.
Ich bin sehr traurig, Weil ohne ein solches papier kann Ich nichts machen.
Das heist auch, dass Ich von Australien nicht rauskomme um andere Laender zu besuchen.
Ich bin so unsagbar traurig.
Ich werde im September 60 Jahre alt und Wollemi ja nur noch mal meine Mutter sehen, ein letztes mal ........
David Paulsen
Mon, 1 Feb 2016 06:34 EST
Taking ashes to Germany
Please advise whether I can take the ashes of a German friend who held dual passports back to Germany. Is it possible to take them as carry on provided I have all the supporting documents from the Crematorium.Alternatively what is involved in posting the ashes back to his family in Korbach,Germany?
adelbert burk
Wed, 11 Nov 2015 13:49 EST
speeding fine
Ich habe einespeeding fine bekommen, muss ich bezahlen? bitte beantwrten sie moglichst schnell
Sylvia Stricker
Mon, 11 May 2015 21:37 EDT
Life Certificate
I need an appointment to verify Proof of Live re my receiving a Pension .What should I do.
My postal address is PO BOX 1653 Double Bay 1360
Alfred Schiele
Wed, 8 Apr 2015 04:01 EDT
Benotige dringend meinen" Neuen Pass"
Bitte konnen Sie mir mitteien wann ich meinen "Neuen Pass" abholen kann.
Biometrischer Reisepass 2015-00864

Ich benotige Ihn baldigst.

Vielen Dank fur Ihre Auskunft.
Sun, 29 Mar 2015 20:45 EDT
I need to renew my German Passport in Sydney Australia
Does anyone know of how to simply do this ?
Angelika Treichler
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 19:05 EST
Dual citizenship
Dear advisor,
Is it possible to regain my German citizenship and not lose my Australian one?
Born in 1942 to German parents in Germany, I immigrated to Australia in 1968.
I had to give up my German passport when I became an Australian.
Thank you

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