Going to Germany? As a citzen of Zambia or Malawi you will need a Visa. This website will guide you through the application process and allow you to download the relevant application forms free of charge. You can even fill in the forms electronically prior to printing them.
You can also find information on the German citizenship, German passports, other legal matters and further consular services offered by the German Mission.
According to the so-called Schengen agreement, a Schengen Visa entitles the holder to an accumulated stay of up to 90 days within a period of 6 months for 26 European Countries.
How to apply for Schengen Visa
Stays in Germany exceeding 90 days per six months require a Long Term Visa, called D-Visum. The following pages explain the visa process for most purposes of long-term stays.
How to apply for Long Term Visa
The following webpages contain only the most important information about German passports and are meant for the very few German citizens who do not speak German. Please check the German version of this webpage for complete information about German passports.
By certifying a signature, the consular officer confirms that the person indicated in the document was physically present and signed it in front of him or her. It is a simple form of authenticating a signature.
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The importation and exportation of certain goods to Germany and the European Union is restricted and possible only under certain conditions. For some products absolute import and export prohibitions apply.
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