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In light of the measures imposed by the Government of Malaysia to curb the spread of Covid-19 (Corona virus), the German Embassy will remain closed from 18 March 2020 until these measures will be lifted.
Access to the public will be in emergency cases and by appointment only; walk-ins will no longer be possible. To make an appointment, please contact the Embassy by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at +60 3 2170 9666 Monday to Thursday from 9 am to 3 pm and on Friday from 9 am to 1 pm.
In case of emergency, German citizens may also contact the Embassy outside of these hours on the consular emergency phone +60 12 326 9070.
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Information from the German Federal Ministry of Health on the novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation in Germany can be found here
The Embassy will be offering a limited number of appointments for passport applications as well as visa applications of applicants who qualify for travel to Germany under the current travel restrictions.
Due to the entry restrictions on all non-essential travel from third countries to the Federal Republic of Germany to contain COVID-19, the Embassy is generally not accepting new visa applications until further notice. An exception may only be made if the applicant is able to demonstrate the existence of compelling reasons that justify entry into Germany under the current rules. The Embassy will inform the public once the situation changes.
Only if you believe there are compelling reasons for a trip to Germany, please apply for an appointment at the Embassy’s consular section by sending an email to email@example.com explaining why you belong to one of the categories of individuals who are allowed to enter Germany. Please include supporting documentation. Please also mention your intended date of travel. The Embassy will evaluate each case on an individual basis and reply with further instructions.
Please also bear in mind:
When visiting the Embassy, you will have to wear a face mask. Upon entering the building housing the Embassy, you will undergo a temperature screening and will have to fill in a Health Screening form available at the entrance (You might want to bring your own pen). If you have an elevated temperature, you might be refused entry. Please be on time for your appointment. You may arrive not more than 5 minutes before or after your appointment. If you arrive outside this 10 minute window, the Embassy reserves the right to refuse entry due to social distancing requirements.
Corona-Virus: Frequently Asked Questions (Federal Ministry of the Interior)
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