The Consulate General of India
will from today onwards issue visa without signature and office stamp.
18th July 2011, the processing time of Visa, when applied personally is
upto 3 working days, and when applied via post is upto 2 weeks.
all those Visa
applicants who have earlier held an Indian passport are now required to
submit the following documents in addition to the normal Visa documents.
2. If German Nationality has been
after 01.June.2010 a Surrender Certificate form must be filled out and
an additional fee of 130,50€ must be paid.
3. If German Nationality has been
acquried between 1.Aug.2005 and 31.May.2010 an additional fee of
12€ must be paid.
New online visa application form
with effect from 20 June 2011
The Indian government has changed
procedures for applying for a visa with effect from 20th June 2011.
Thereforce, from that date visa application can be only applied through
the site Online Application.
General of India, Frankfurt
Notice for Indian Community - A special
service for Indian citizen
A Consular Officer is available
from Monday to
Friday between 9.30 to 11.30 hrs in the Consulate General of India,
Frankfurt (North Rhine Westphalia, Hessen, Rhineland Palatinate and
Saarland), in addressing consular problems.
In addition, a Consular/Welfare
also be available for a walk-in meeting on Mondays and Thursdays
between 10.00 - 12.00 hrs in the Consulate General of India, Frankfurt.
The following Consular/Welfare
Officers, may be contacted for addressing consular problems of Indian
Shri Pankaj Tripathi,
Phone: 069 15300548
Shri Hans Raj Verma,
Phone: 069 15300543
Shri R.K. Duggal, Assistant
In case of emergency,
please call 069 15300556 at any time.