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Here you can find out whether you need a visa for visits to Germany and the Schengen states of up to 90 days. Foreigners wanting to stay longer than 90 days in Germany, who want to work or study in Germany, as a rule automatically need a visa.
Visa application forms and information leaflets can be obtained from the German Embassy free of charge. Applicants may also download the forms from our homepage. The forms submitted must be original versions (at least one set) of the German Embassy Phnom Penh.
First time applicants always have to appear personally for an interview. Applicants who obtained and legally used at least two Schengen visas during the last 24 months do not need to submit their application in person.
With effect from October 07, 2013 the German Embassy will start an electronic appointment system for visa applications.From this date onwards, you will have to make an appointment in advance if you wish to apply for a visa.
The appointment system enables the Embassy to provide an organised procedure at the entrance. This is to your advantage, as you can schedule an appointment which suits you best and you will not encounter long waiting periods at the entrance.
Please read the information about the visa procedure carefully before you make an appointment. You will find this information on the right column.
The Embassy recommends that you arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Please make sure that you have all the required documents, filled out completely. If you are late, you should be aware that the submission of your visa application will not be possible.
Once the visa process is completed, you will be contacted by telephone and asked to collect your passport.
With effect from October 7, 2013 passports in visa matters will have to be collected from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 8:20 a.m.
The Embassy reserves the right to limit visitor numbers at any time during the opening hours in case of limited capacity.