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On 23 October Lebanon has passed a resolution to tighten the regulations for entry into the country.Travellers from Syria should check the available information before commencing their trip and should provide information about their intended travel to Lebanon in Arabic translation. Furthermore, long delays at the border are to be expected.

Minister of State Böhmer meets former Prime Minister Mikati

Minister of State Maria Böhmer has met the former Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati at the Federal Foreign Office for talks. The meeting on Friday (11 April) took place against the background of th...

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German visit to Syrian refugees in the Bekaa

On March 6 to 8, 2014, the German Head of the Parliamentary Commitee for Economic Cooperation, Member of Parliament Ms Dagmar Wöhrl visited Syrian refugees in the Bekaa along with Member of Parliament...

Child protection shelter for Syrian refugees

The first child protection shelter for unaccompanied children from Syria has just been opened by SOS Children Villages in Khenshara / Mount Lebanon, in the presence of Honorary President of the SOS Ki...

Federal Foreign Minister Dr Frank-Walter Steinmeier

Minister Steinmeier at the International Lebanon Conference in Paris

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier declared that only a politically united and stable Lebanon could handle the challenges ahead. The country can be assured that the international communit...

Germany funds infrastructure projects for Palestinian refugees

First phase of German-funded infrastructure project in informal Palestinian gatherings in Lebanon completed. A German-funded project aiming at improving the living conditions in the 42 informal Pales...

German support for Nahr el Bared camp

On Wednesday, February 19th, selected EU Ambassadors, including the German Ambassador, participated in a visit to the Northern camp of Nahr el Bared, together with the Palestinian Ambassador. The cere...

German Bundestag Vice President Claudia Roth visited Lebanon

The Vice President of the German Bundestag Claudia Roth (Green Party) visited Lebanon from Jan. 19th to 22nd before travelling to Jordan and Iraq to get a first hand impression of the humanitarian sit...

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Visa Appointments

In order to hand in your visa application, an appointment is required.

As of November 2012, visa appointments can be scheduled online.

Please note that scheduling an appointment through the call center is no longer possible. Kindly follow the link below to access the appointment website. There are no fees or charges for scheduling appointments.

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Security advice


Please visit the website of the Federal Foreign Office for current security advice for Lebanon as well as for the latest news on the situation in the country.

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Christmas markets ring in German festive season

German Christmas markets have become an international hit in England, the United States and even in Japan. But nowhere is the choice of gingerbread, incense burners and mulled wine greater than in Germany.


Destination Berlin: The two faces of an immigrant city

Berlin is full of paradoxes, but whether you're an asylum-seeker or an expat, Berlin is trying hard to welcome you. DW's Lillie Harman experienced first-hand just how intolerant - and welcoming - the capital can be.


Riesling: A white wine's comeback

Riesling was once among the most expensive wines. Later, wineries focused on quantity, and quality suffered. But in recent years, the pendulum has been swinging back - a boon to Germany's Rheingau Region.


The “Make it in Germany” website welcomes skilled professionals to Germany!

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“Make it in Germany!” Take a look at our website to see how skilled professionals like yourself can come to live and work in Germany. German firms are facing a genuine skills shortage that is expected to continue into the future. The German Government has therefore set up this website to help business and industry find the specialists they need. Welcome to Germany!

“Recognition in Germany” is the official online portal for the Federal Recognition Act. It provides migrants and foreign skilled workers with information on how and where they can submit an application for recognition of the vocational qualifications they have gained abroad. The “Recognition Finder” enables them to identify the competent body for their own particular case with just a few clicks of the mouse. Advisors visiting the site will also find all the relevant information they need regarding vocational recognition procedures and the underlying legal principles. All content is available in German and English. The portal is operated by the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and is financed within the scope of the “Integration through training – IQ” funding programme.  

For more information, please visit:

www.anerkennung-in-deutschland.de .