Your question: What documents do I need to renew German passport?

How do I renew my expired German passport?

Go to the consulate for your appointment with your materials and your passport renewal fee. Expect to be fingerprinted. Pay the passport renewal fee and submit all of the required documents. If applying for a minor, you also need to bring certified copies of the passports of both parents.

How much does it cost to renew a German passport?

Passport Fee

Passport Fee Fee in Euros
Regular passport (24 years and older) 81.00
Regular passport (younger than 24 years) 58.50
Passport with additional pages (a total of 48 pages) 22.00
Temporary passport (1-year validity) 39.00

What documents do I need for a German passport?

Documents required for German citizenship application

  • Your passport and / or identity card (not a driving licence)
  • Your birth certificate.
  • Your marriage certificate (if applicable)
  • Proof of financial stability (e.g. bank statements)
  • Proof of language proficiency.
  • Pass certificate for the naturalisation test.

How long does it take to get German passport renewed?

The passports are printed at the Federal Printing Office in Berlin. Please expect a processing time of about 4 to 6 weeks. If a Name Declaration is required (see below information), processing time can change considerably.

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What happens if German passport expires?

When your passport expires, you have to apply for a new passport.

What documents do I need to renew German passport?

What are the Required Documents?

  1. Application form.
  2. 1 passport photo – ATTENTION: The photo must not be up older than 6 months and must meet biometric specifications, see here.
  3. Fee.
  4. Current passport and if applicable current German ID Card.

How much does a German passport cost UK?


Passport Fees
under 24 years £49.80
24 years and over £68.90
additional express fee £27.30
temporary (provisional) passport £33.20

Where can I renew my German passport in the UK?

Applications can be filed at the Embassy in London, the Consulate General in Edinburgh or at one of our Honorary Consul Offices in Aberdeen, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool, Plymouth, Southampton and Newcastle.

What is required for German citizenship?

To be eligible for naturalization, a person has to have lived legally in Germany for at least eight years and possess the appropriate residence permit. … Persons wishing to become naturalized citizens must also declare their allegiance to our constitution and have a sufficient command of the German language.

Can I have dual British and German citizenship?

In such cases, dual citizenship will be tolerated under certain conditions”. This means that as long as you acquire dual UK-German citizenship before the end of 2020, you will be able to keep this right and you will not be required to choose one citizenship over the other.