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18.03.2020 - Artikel

Germany has introduced travel restrictions for entries from outside the Schengen area on March 17, 2020. All corresponding entries by plane or ship will be affected. Entry will be possible for German citizens.

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Due to the current travel restriction imposed by the European Union  (READ HERE)

the Visa Section of the Embassy will remained closed until further notice.  No appointments are currently possible for Schengen Visa applications.

 

Working Holiday visa applications will not be accepted. For all other national visas please contact the Embassy directly via e-mail

We recommend checking our website regularly due to frequent updates regarding the current situation.

Thank you for your understanding and stay healthy.

Your Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

Visa Service




This website will help you to find out whether or not you need a visa and will guide you through the application process for Schengen Visa (short term) and National Visa (long term).

At the bottom of the page, you will find the links to the relevant visa type, including the  application forms and detailed information on the required documents you have to submit with your visa application.


Visa Needed?

New Zealand citizens are allowed to travel to Germany and to stay in Germany for up to 90 days without having to apply for a visa, as long as their passport is valid for at least 3 months longer than their stay and as long as they do not engage in any kind of employment in Germany.

Time spent in other Schengen Member States does not count towards this 90 days, however , as there are no internal border controls, it is up to you to be able to prove where you have been and how long you have been there.

According to this bilateral agreement the duration of one stay in Germany must not exceed 90 days but the number of entries to Germany is not limited. In order to re-enter Germany for another 90 days, visitors have to depart Germany for any other non-Schengen country and can come back on the same day. Since visitors need to be able to document the period of time they have been spending in Germany, we recommend to enter and to depart via a German airport in order to obtain an official entry and departure stamp in their passport. However your total must not exceed one year.

Please be aware that this special regulation applies only to your stays in Germany. It will not authorise you to stay more than 90 days in any 180-day period in the other Schengen countries, unless these countries also have a similar bilateral agreement.

Holders of UN Travel Document / Titre de Voyage

Holders of UN Travel documents, issued by the New Zealand Government according to the UN Conventions for Refugees (Convention of 28 July 1951) and Stateless Persons (Convention of 28 September 1954), mentioned on the front page, can enter Germany without a visa for an intended stay of up to 90 days, as long as at the time of entry into Germany their travel document is still valid for at least 4 months and they do not engage in any kind of employment.

Holders of Document of Identity / Certificate of Identity

Holders of other New Zealand travel documents (Document of Identity or Certificate of Identity) need a visa according to the citizenship mentioned in the document.



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