Consulate General of the United States, Munich

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The U.S. Consulate General in Munich represents the interests of the United States government in Bavaria, Germany. The Consulate provides services to Americans in Bavaria and focuses on strengthening and broadening the full range of Bavarian-American relations. Headed by the Consul General, the Consulate includes sections devoted to US Foreign Commercial Services; Political, Economic and Environmental Affairs; Public Affairs; Consular Services (providing services to American citizens living in Bavaria as well as Non-Immigrant Visa services); and Administrative Affairs.

The Consulate General in Munich is the third largest U.S. diplomatic post in Germany. It is located in a custom-built office building, the last of the signature modernist U.S. Consulates built in Germany in the 1950s still in service. The work of renowned Bavarian architect Sep Ruf, the building is considered a historic monument.

Mission Statement

"We are the face of America, bringing the people of the USA and Bavaria together to build a safer and more prosperous world. With a commitment to service, innovation, building goodwill, and 'going green' we work to
• expand our strong economic partnership,
• deepen our cooperation to make Europe, America and the world more secure,
• and facilitate the millions of people-to-people connections that unite us in all fields."

Contact Info

Königinstr. 5, 80539 Munich, Germany

The Consulate is closed on American and German holidays. For further information, go to:

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