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01.12.2017 - Article

Information about visa applications (short- and long-term stay) in Germany

All Visa Applicants (both short- and long-term) should fill up the  “Declaration of Consent”, sign it and submit it with the visa application. Please download it from here: Declaration of Consent

Short stay (less than 90 days):

Schengen Visa (for business, trade fair, tourism, transit, medical etc. maximum of 90 days)

Important: General Data Protection Regulation

PLEASE NOTE: the ONLINE visa application form will reduce the amount of time an applicant has to spend at the visa counter. After the visa application form has been filled-in online, it has to be printed, therefore a printer must be attached to the computer. When the application is printed, a barcode is generated and printed automatically on the application form. On the other hand, the visa application form in pdf format can also be downloaded and filled-in (also by hand), but it will cost the applicant longer time at the visa counter.

Long stay (more than 90 days):

(e.g. to attend university, work or join a family member in Germany)

Student Visa: For students who have been accepted by a college in Germany. See this checklist for your Student Visa application.

Family Reunion Visa: To join your spouse living in Germany you have to file an application for Family reunion or for Intended marriage .

Family Reunion with EU/EEA citizen: If your spouse living in Germany possesses an EU/ EEA citizenship different requirements apply to your Family Reunion with EU/EEA citizen application.

Employment: If you have found a Job in Germany, you need to apply for a visa for employment. Please write an email to the visa section for details.

Long-term visa application form (ONLINE)

Long-term visa application form (pdf)

Important: General Data Protection Regulation

As of 1 August 2018, close family members (spouses, unmarried minor children and parents of minor children) of a person eligible for subsidiary protection in Germany will be able to apply for a visa for the purpose of family reunion. Eligible family members may already register for an appointment to submit their visa application here.

Telephone queries: The Visa Section can be contacted through the Embassy's telephone number +880 2 5566 8650 during week-days between 2.30 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. (Bangladesh time).

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