Namibian and other non-EU nationals need a visa in order to enter Germany. The type of visa you require depends on how long you plan to stay. The Visa Navigator helps you to find out, which visa is the right one for you.
For further information see below.
Entry restrictions to Germany have been largely lifted. You can find further information about this here.
Which visa do I need for Germany?
For short-term stays less than 90 days.
For long-term stays of more than 90 days. Please apply for this kind of visa directly at the German Embassy Windhoek.
For Official and Diplomatic passport holders, visa application requirements are different. For further information, download the info sheet.
Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions about moving to, and taking up employment in, Germany as a skilled worker.
Applicants can accelerate their visa application procedures by filling in their application beforehand. Please print out the filled in form and bring it with you when having your appointment. Find the links here:
New rules for the immigration of skilled workers to Germany entered into force in early 2020. The new law extends the opportunities for qualified professionals from outside the European Union to come to work in Germany.
Starting from 1 January 2018, the German Embassy Windhoek will no longer issue declaratory visas for German-Namibian dual citizens.
Here you can find general information of the German Federal Foreign Office on visa matters.
There are many occasions when you may need information from the Customs. Perhaps when you are travelling, when you are at school or university abroad, when you order something on the Internet, or when you take up employment.