• At MüNchen HQ Of Fraunhofer, An Important Innovation And Development Partner Of India, Consul General Discussed Strengthening Further The Cooperation In Areas Including Smart Cities, Clean & Green Technologies, Mobility And Sustainability.

  • Consul General Visited Linden Museum Stuttgart, Which Exhibits Spread Of Ancient Diverse Indian Culture In South And South East Asia, And Discussed Cooperation In Curating A Major Exhibition On Southern India At The Museum Soon.

  • Consul General With Alfred Mayr Of UnweltclusterBayern, Bavarian Cluster Of Businesses And Technology Providers In Environmental Field, Discussed Strengthening Ties In This Important Sector Of Indo-German Cooperation Agenda.

  • Consul General Interacted With Indian Diaspora Leaders In Munich And Discussed Ways To Further Strengthen The Connect With Overseas Indians; The Event Also Featured Experience Sharing By Community Leaders

  • Reinvigorating Ties With Augsburg, The Town Which Initiated Trade Connection With India 500 Years Ago, Consul General Met Lord Mayor Dr. Kurt Gribl And Discussed New Areas Of Cooperation, Namely Technologies In Aerospace, Environment, IT & Automation

  • Consul General With Klaus Tappeser, RegierungpräSident Of South Eastern Region Of Baden-WüRttemberg At TüBingen Discussed Cooperation In Wide Range Of Issues, Including Investments Into India By Mittelstand Businesses From The Region

  • Consul General Inaugurated Symposium ‘Hindi In German Translation’ Organized At WüRzburg University Wherein Hindi Experts, Professors, Publishers, Authors & Translators, Exchanged Ideas On Addressing Challenges Of Translation To Promote Hindi In Germany

  • Consul General With Heilbronn Lord Mayor Harry Mergel Discussed Issues Of Cooperation With India, Particularly In Fields Of Investments By Small & Medium Businesses And People To People Relations

  • Consul General Visited Thales Deutschland And Discussed Strengthening Its Investments In India, Especially In Railway Signaling

  • Consul General With Dr. Renate Eikelmann, General Director Of Bavarian National Museum, An Important Collection Of European Art & Culture, Discussed Possible Cooperation With India In Field Of Museology Especially Curation & Conservation

An Indian passport or travel document is not valid for travel to Yemen, until further order  |   The last date for ‘free’ conversion of PIO to OCI card is 31.12.2017.From 01.01.2018, PIO cardholders will have to pay 219,00 Euros for converting each PIO Card in to OCI Card  |   Advisory to the Indian Community on Fraud calls  |   Advisory to be mindful of German laws pertaining to treatment of young children  |   Important alert about fake calls  |   The Visa Services of this Consulate has been outsourced to International Visa Services Europe GmbH (www.ivs-germany.com). Visa applicants may directly contact International Visa Services Europe GmbH, located at Schellingstr. 35, 80799 Munich. Please do not send your Visa application/do not transfer the Visa fee directly to this Consulate.

Welcome to the Consulate General of India, Munich

Consulate General of India, Munich was opened in May, 2002 with operational jurisdiction over the two southern German States of Bavaria and Baden Württemberg. The Consulate provides consular, commercial and other services to the residents of Bavaria and Baden Württemberg.

e-Tourist visa apply online here: Carrying Thuraya/Irridium satellite phones in India are prohibited

For all other visa queries, please contact International Visa Services at:
Schellingstr.35, 80799 Munich
Tel.+49 (0)179-9600476 (English) or +49 (0) 179-6223172 (Deutsch)
Email: ivsmunich@internationalvisaservices.net
Website: http://ivs-germany.com

PLEASE NOTE : Visa applicants should deposit visa fee at the bank account of International Visa Service only, which is the outsourced agency of this Consulate for processing visa applications. Please visit http://ivs-germany.com/ApplyByPost.aspx to know bank details.

Visa queries should be addressed to International Visa Service at ivsmunich@internationalvisaservices.net . However, in case of emergency, visa section of the Consulate can be contacted through cons.munich@mea.gov.in Please furnish Web File No. while communicating.)

For queries relating to passport, OCI and other consular matters, please contact at cons.munich@mea.gov.in (Tel. No. + 49-89-21023943)
For commercial queries, please contact at com.munich@mea.gov.in (Tel. No. +49-89-21023935)
For administration, please contact admn.munich@mea.gov.in (Tel. No. + 49-89-21023917)
Postal address:
Consulate General of India
Widenmayerstr. 15
80538 Munich
For an EMERGENCY situation only such as DEATH CASE (beyond office hours): Mr. Pawan Bakshi, ACO (Tel: 0049 -15117662009)

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Visa queries and applications should be submitted to International Visa Services (http://ivs-germany.com).   In case of any problem, visa section of the Consulate can be contacted through cons.munich@mea.gov.in.  Please furnish Web File No. while communicating.

Commercial Representative / Consul (E&C) Mr. Asheesh Gupta may be contacted at com.munich@mea.gov.in for commercial matters.

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