U.S. Citizen Services

The Consulate General in Munich provides a full range of services for American citizens in the state of Bavaria.

Services:

Emergency and special consular services handles cases such as child emergencies, hospitalization, arrest, and death of American citizens.

Office Hours: Monday through Friday

8:00am to 4:30pm

Email: Consmunich@state.gov

Phone: (089) 2888-580

Fax:  (089) 280-9998

Please Note: This line is only for the aforementioned and similar cases. Lost, stolen, or expired passports or appointment requests do not constitute emergencies. For all other cases, please send an email to Consmunich@state.gov

Emergency After Hours:

Please call (089) 2888-0 from within Germany. For calls from the U.S., please call 01149-89-2888-0. Ask to be connected to the Consulate Duty Officer.

Passport services are available by appointment only. Please click here to schedule an appointment. When you come to your appointment, please ensure that you have all the requested documents listed here.

Office Hours: Monday through Friday

1:00pm to 3:30pm

Emergency Appointment: Email Consmunich@state.gov after a regular appointment has been scheduled.

For the return of a passport, a self-addressed stamped return DIN5 envelope with a stamp for EUR 1.45 (regular German mail) or EUR 3.95 (if you prefer to send it by registered German mail) is required.

For the return of a passport card, a self-addressed stamped return envelope (22 cm x 11 cm) with a stamp for EUR 0.85 is required.
Failure to provide needed materials, including envelopes, will result in delays.

Please note: Each applicant will need to submit a separate return envelope for their case. The passports for family members cannot be mailed back together in one envelope. Mail-in applications are not accepted by the consulate in Munich; please refer to the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt.

DoD ID Card Holders: All Services are arranged by your Military Passport Agent. Find your local Agent here

In order to schedule an appointment to register your child please e-mail Consmunich@state.gov.

Office Hours:  Monday through Friday

8:00am to 10:00am

For the return of the Report of Birth Abroad, a self-addressed stamped return DIN A4 envelope with a stamp for EUR 1.45 (regular German mail) or EUR 3.95 (if you prefer to send it by registered German mail) is required.

Notary services are available by appointment only. Please click here to schedule an appointment.

Office Hours:  Monday through Thursday

1:00pm to 3:30pm 

Please Note: Consulate employees cannot function as witnesses; please bring any required witnesses to the appointment.

Please note: All Social Security Administration beneficiaries and applicants living in Germany must direct all questions regarding Social Security to the SSA Federal Benefits Unit (FBU) at the U.S. Consulate General in Frankfurt. The most efficient method of reaching the FBU Frankfurt is by using one of the Online Contact Forms. More information can be found on the SSA Federal Benefits Units website.

If you drive to Munich:
The directions below are suggestions which we believe will make the Consulate easy to find. They do not necessarily describe the most direct route to the Consulate.

Coming from the North – Schweinfurt, Würzburg, Kitzingen, Amberg, Grafenwöhr, Vilseck, Ansbach, Hohenfels
Coming from the Southeast – Bad Aibling, Chiemsee
Coming from the South – Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Oberammergau
Coming from the A8