To get a passport in Germany: the passport service in Berlin has been opened
Ukrainian refugees can apply for documents in another European country. Find out more about the locations of the Passport Service in Germany and its opening hours
SE "Document" has opened another Passport Service in the EU. The new center was launched in Berlin on March 31. Here's where it opened and what services it provides.
Thus, the Passport Service has been opened at the following address: Am Treptower Park 14, 12435 Berlin, 2nd floor. The building you need looks like this:
For the period of operation in the test mode, visitors will be served from Monday to Saturday from 9:00 to 18:00 in a "live" queue. It is expected that the electronic queue will be launched in the near future.
The opening of the stationary citizen service center in Berlin makes it possible to provide Ukrainians with valid passport documents, which will allow them to receive financial and humanitarian assistance, obtain work and study permits and cross borders freely.
What services can Ukrainian citizens receive at the Passport Service in Berlin?
• Issuance of an ID card or passport (including replacement of a lost or stolen one);
• exchange of an ID-card or passport (due to expiration, change of information, unsuitability for use);
• exchange of a passport issued in 1994 for an ID-card (upon request or in case of unsuitability);
• simultaneous issuance of a passport and an ID-card;
• exchange of a driver's license;
As you know, the State Migration Service of Ukraine has already launched its branches of the State Enterprise "Document" in four European countries. Ukrainians can apply for passports and exchange their driver's license there. You can find out where the branches are located and what services they provide HERE.
We remind you! Ukraine has expanded the project of simultaneous issuance of documents. Now, when applying for an ID card and a passport, you can also order a passport for your child. All details are available at the link.
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