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British flag Consulate of the United Kingdom in Hamburg

ConsulGwen Cochrane
AddressJoh.Berenberg,Glossler & Co HG
Neuer Jungfernstieg 20 / Fehland Str 3
20354 Hamburg
Phonelocal: (040) 4480.3236
international: +49.40.4480.3236
Web sitehttp://ukingermany.fco.gov.uk/en

» Can I visit the United Kingdom without a visa?

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Wed, 12 Apr 2017 09:45 EDT
Uk visa
Dear Sirs,
I want to visit my sister in uk I have 3 years vise from detuch land how I apply for vise please give me an appentment

Wed, 5 Apr 2017 08:15 EDT
Family visit Visa
I want to visit my sisters in London. I am an Afghan refugey living in Germany since Dec 2015. Recently I got residence permission fir 3 years and a Travel document (Blue Deutsch Passport).
Plz let me know how can I travel to GB.
Best Regards
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 03:13 EDT
First passport of my baby
Hi.. I'm British passport holder,married in Germany and had a son which is 2 months and living here in Germany.I want to get his first British passport.My husband is German national.How can I apply?
Neil Capstick
Fri, 17 Mar 2017 06:00 EDT
Marriage in Hamburg
I'm British and hope to marry my German girlfriend soon.
I have approached the Hamburg Standesampt and they told me which documents to prepare for them.
Astonishlingly in addition to proof of my divorce in 1998 they asked me to provide "proof" of my former spouses nationality AT THE TIME OF DIVORCE! (19 years ago).
After several courses of investigation and several hundred Euros/GBP in fees I am no closer to acquiring such a document. A British Barrister has told me it doesn't exist and the Standesampt are being unduly difficult.
It states in the European Convention Article 12 that my "right to marry is subject to national laws on marriage".
I have also found out that a a certificate stating there are no restrictions to the marriage, (Ehefähigkeitszeugnis) can be acquired by contacting the British Consulate in Hamburg but they never answer the phone?
Has anyone experienced the same difficulties regarding proof of nationality retrospectively? How was it resolved? This is proving more difficult than learning German!
Moldovanu Daniela
Wed, 8 Mar 2017 06:45 EST
Dear sir/Madam,
I'm Romanian citizen, husband Turkish with residency Germany 4 years we want we move in London, what documents we need? and what need to do?
Best regards
Tue, 7 Mar 2017 11:32 EST
UK Visa
Dear Sir/Madam,

Am having a Resident Permit and my Three Boys are Germans, how do i apply for a Visiting Visa for my self for a short Vacation.

Best Regards
From Hamburg
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Mon, 13 Feb 2017 08:23 EST
Hello, we are moving to Germany in August. Do we need to register with the embassy as we are British?
Will that be sufficient enough to do in Hamburg or do we need to travel to Berlin to register.
We are planning on living here until our son will attend college back in the UK (around 6 years).
Or do I just de-register at HRMC and city council?

Sun, 15 Jan 2017 15:18 EST
Uk visa
Dear sir,madam please I would like to visit uk I'm a ghanaian having a ghana passport and living in Germany, I have German residents permit for 1 year can that be possible and Wat do I need to get the visa thanks.

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