Embassy of Indonesia in Mumbai Contact Details

Embassy of Indonesia in Mumbai India is normally the body which legally represents the Indonesian Government in Germany. Indonesian travel visa requirements for residents of Germany and more facts about Indonesia are outlined from this webpage.

Embassy of Indonesia Berlin Contact Details

Embassy of Indonesia Berlin, Germany.

The embassy of Indonesia contact details in Berlin, Germany, are presented down below. If you require information such as Indonesian visas, visa application forms, and other travel information please use the dropdown menu, below.

Embassy of Indonesia Berlin Address:
30 Great Peter Street London SW1P 2HW

Embassy of Indonesia Berlin Email Address:
Embassy of Indonesia Berlin Website:
Embassy of Indonesia Berlin Phone Numbers:
(+44) 20 7499 7661

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Services Offered By Indonesian Consulate in Berlin Germany

The Indonesian Consulate in Berlin provides a variety of services to Indonesian nationals and other nationals living permanently or temporarily in Germany:

  • Consular Assistance
  • Applying for Indonesian Passports
  • Legalising documents (Notarial Services)
  • Visas, Migration and Citizenship

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About Notarial Services or Legalising Documents at The Indonesian Embassy in Berlin Germany

When using the notarial services or requesting legalising documents at the Indonesian Embassy in Berlin, all documents relating to the notarial services must be presented in the correct form and you must provide the correct instructions for the notarial service you require. Generally, the consular officers at the Indonesian consulate will require you to produce the original documents, and these services are usually offered at certain times only.

Please refer to the Indonesian embassy Berlin website for more information.

If you are unsure of the legislative requirements relating to the notarial service you require, you should seek independent legal advice.

It is important to understand that neither the Indonesian Government nor the Indonesian embassy in Berlin guarantees the legal effectiveness of the notarised document or the accuracy of its content. Generally, there are different amounts of fees charged for notarial services that are non-refundable.

How do I contact the Indonesian Embassy in Berlin?

If you require consular assistance during business hours while in Germany you can contact (+44) 20 7499 7661. Alternatively, you can try emailing the nearest Indonesian consulate on Please note that, generally, the consulate staff does not respond to any inquiries related to Indonesian visa matters directed to this email address.

What can the Indonesian embassy in Berlin help with?

The purpose of an Indonesian embassy in Berlin is to assist Indonesian citizens living, working or traveling in Germany. The Indonesian embassy offices which are located in Berlin can offer multiple services to Indonesians abroad, such as issuing emergency passports in the event of Indonesian passports got lost or stolen, issuing visas to Indonesia and legalising documents for Indonesian citizens.

Can you get an Indonesian visa from an Indonesian consulate in Berlin?

Most visa applicants permanently living in Germany can get their Indonesian visa from the accredited Indonesian consulate to your city or town in Germany. As a general rule, a permanent resident of Germany is allowed to apply for a non-immigrant visa, such as a tourist visa or business visa or student visa, or any other type of temporary visa, at the nearest visa issuing Indonesian consulate or embassy in Germany.

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