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Bremen

Consular Agency Bremen

American Citizen Services

The Consular Agency is located on the fourth floor of a building directly across from the Bremen Airport departure (Abflug) entrance.  You can take the elevator or stairs to the Agency.  We are easily accessible using train or streetcar.

Flughafenallee 18, 4th Floor
28199  Bremen
Federal Republic of Germany

Opening Hours:

The agency operates on a walk-in, first-come, first-served basis (no appointments).

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 09:30 am to 1:30 pm
Wednesdays from 9:30 am to 11:30 am

Please note:  There will be an early closure at the consular agency on Thursday, April 3rd 2014.  The office will be closing at 11:30 AM.

Closed on:  German and American Holidays 

Please note that temporary closures could occur on short notice. When possible any closures will be posted on this website.

Services

The Consular Agent:

• Accepts applications for passports, passport cards and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (Additional passport pages are not added on site at the US Consular Agency.  If additional pages are needed at short notice, applicants are requested  to make an appointment.)

• Provides notary services such as affidavits, acknowledgements and certified copies.

• Protects interests of U.S. citizens in the region, conducts welfare/whereaabouts inquiries, visits prisoners, monitors local police and judicial authorities on behalf of US citizens.

• Assists US citizens who are hospitalized, destitute, or otherwise in need of immediate information or advice.

• Assists families of deceased US citizens, including repatriation of remains and obtaining legal documents.

• Assists in voter registration and application for absentee ballots. 

Please note: Emergency US passports are only issued at the Consular Sections in Berlin, Frankfurt or Munich. 

No visa services are offered at the consular agency.

Services involving renunciation of US citizenship are not provided at the US Consular Agency. 

Important Procedures for your Visit to the Agency:

We accept payment only in Euros or by credit card (no EC card).

Please submit a required DIN-5 self-addressed, self-stamped envelope for return of a new passport (stamps valued at €3,60).  For a Consular Report of Birth please submit a DIN-4 self-addressed, self-stamped envelope (stamps valued at €3,60).

It is not possible to have passport photos made in the Agency.

Contact Information:

E-mail: consular-agent@usabremen.de

Telephone Numbers:
Telephone calls may not be answered during the public opening hours shown above.

Tel.: 0421-301 5860
Fax: 0421-301 5861

Emergencies:

In an emergency please contact the US Embassy Berlin at 030-8305-0. 

Directions to the Bremen Consular Agency:

Streetcar:  From Bremen main train station (Hauptbahnhof), exit front of station and take streetcar line 6.  Departures are at 5-minute intervals for the 15-minute trip the airport (Flughafen).

Car:  Follow signage for airport.

*Please be sure that current data is available to your car’s navigation system. Since the Autobahn A281 has just recently been finished, there could be some confusion.  When in doubt, follow signs with airport logo.
Parking:  Parking is available in Parkhaus 1, located directly behind (or adjacent) to the building where the US Consular Agency is located (drive into short-term parking “Kurzzeitparken”).  To walk to the agency simply exit the parking garage passing the park automats, turn right and walk about 75 meters to corner of building entrance no. 18.   

Consular Outreach

  • Workshop: Am I American?
    May 9, 3 pm
    U.S. Consulate General Frankfurt
    For the German adult children of a U.S. Citizen parent
    Further information (pdf) 
  • ACS Outreach Day Hamburg
    May 15, 2014
    Please see information under the Hamburg section for information on how to register via e-mail.

    • Workshop in Kassel: Am I an American? 
      May 20, 13:30 pm
      Selbsthilfetreffpunkt der KISS Kassel
      Wilhelmshöher Allee 32 A, 34117 Kassel
      Selbsthilfetreffpunkt der KISS Kassel
    • For the German adult children of a U.S. Citizen parent
      Further information (pdf)