On Thursday, May 19th, from 10:30 – 13:30, the Consulate General in Hamburg will be offering American Citizen Services. Passport applications, reports of birth abroad as well as notarials are possible (credit card payment only, no EC cards).
On Friday, April 29th, from 10:00 – 12:00, we will be offering American Citizen Services at the Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum in Stuttgart. Passport applications, reports of birth abroad as well as notarials are possible (credit card payment only, no EC cards).
Appointments are required.
To make an appointment, please go to the Stuttgart ACS appointment form.
Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you in April.
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All IRS forms and publications are available at www.irs.gov and can be downloaded and printed on any computer. This is your 24/7 resource for U.S. Federal tax information.
The IRS office in Frankfurt will accept tax returns, tax payments, W-7 applications, and taxpayer correspondence. [...]
The Department of State is pleased to announce the introduction of a redesigned Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA, or Form FS-240). The redesigned CRBA, which is an official record confirming that a child born abroad to a U.S. citizen parent or parents acquired U.S. citizenship at birth and serves as proof of citizenship, has been updated with a variety of state-of-the-art security features to help prevent fraud and identity theft. Overseas posts will still document the citizenship of children born overseas to U.S.-citizen parents, but the CRBAs will be printed at our passport agencies in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and New Orleans, Louisiana, using the information provided by overseas posts. [...]