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04.01.2022 - Article

Welcome to Germany

Travel to Germany - Travel Ban and Exceptions

With effect from 04.01.2022 the Federal Republic of Germany no longer lists Zimbabwe as an area of variant of concern. This implies that most of the travel restrictions have been lifted.

Zimbabwe is now being designated as a . Some entry restrictions remain in place. More information you can find here.

Visa Appointments

All visa appointments (Long term-D visa and Short term- Schengen visas) as well as German passport applications  can only be booked EXCLUSIVELY through our online appointment booking System.

Selecting Your Visa Type:

Zimbabwean or non-EU nationals need a visa in order to enter Germany.
The type of visa you require depends on how long you plan to stay. Are you planning a short visit to Germany, e.g. for a holiday? Or would you like to stay longer, e.g. to attend university?
Please choose how long you are planning to stay. 

Short stay (maximum of 90 days, e.g. for a holiday or business trip)

Long stay (more than 90 days, e.g. to attend university, work or join a family member in Germany)

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