EU Travel ban due to COVID-19 - Visa Regulations
Welcome - Herzlich Willkommen!
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The Federal Republic of Germany has been maintaining an Embassy in Kathmandu since 1963, after diplomatic relations with the Kingdom of Nepal had been formally established in 1958. The close and friendly partnership that evolved between our two countries has an even longer history going way back into the 19th century. Today, Germany is not only Nepal's third-largest trading partner, it also ranks among the most important bilateral donors. Furthermore there is a multi-facetted network of contacts at personal and NGO levels firmly in place, complementing the excellent official relations.
Your possible contribution towards expanding this network by becoming a part of it is more than welcome. Thank you for your visit.
I am grateful for the many friends Nepal has made among German tourists, students and NGO workers.Roland Schäfer
I am grateful for the many friends Nepal has made among German tourists, students and NGO workers.
To learn more about the current situation of COVID-19 in Germany please check the webpage of the Robert-Koch-Institute.
Please be aware that your visa cannot be postponed because of COVID-19. If you received a visa and you decide to travel on a later date, you have to reapply for a visa for that particular date.
Currently, the German immigration regulations for Nepali Citizens have NOT changed. Therefore please follow the visa procedure as mentioned on our Webpage for Schengen Visa and for National Visa.
Would you like to find out more about Germany? If so, please use one of the following platforms:
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German Embassy Kathmandu
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