The election of members of the European Parliament from Germany will take place on 9 June 2024. Germans who reside outside Germany, are aged 16 or over and no longer have a registered domicile in Germany, may be eligible to vote in the election. More in German.
Since 1 October 2021, EU citizens are only able to enter the UK with a valid passport. This also applies to travellers in transit.A national identity card is NOT sufficient.Click here for more information
Podcast series featuring wide-ranging discussions and exchanges about the future relations between Germany and the United Kingdom.
A new digital exhibition commemorating the 85th anniversary of the November Pogroms and the first Kindertransports showcases the work of ten artists, their legacy of Nazi persecution in Germany, subsequent emigration to and artistic development in the UK. View online at the Ben Uri Gallery.
The vast majority of UK adults hold a positive view of Germany, a comprehensive survey commissioned by the German Embassy in London on UK attitudes towards Germany has revealed.
E-magazine on how skilled workers come to live and work in Germany.
These pages provide comprehensive information on our visa services. We invite you to read carefully all information provided.
This section contains the most important information about German passports and ID cards, including the appointment and application process as well as relevant forms for downloading.
German law on nationality and citizenship is rather complex. The following information is intended to provide a general guide and answer questions you might have.
Think German promotes the German language and the culture of German-speaking countries. A collaboration between German Departments at universities across the UK and the German, Austrian and Swiss Embassies and numerous British and German as well as Austrian and Swiss institutions.