- Issuance of morality certificates/Marriage ability certificates (Ehefähigkeitszeugnis)
Documents to be submitted when applying for Marriage ability certificate:
1 Affidavit of the Supreme Court of Mauritius (Eidesstattliche Erklärung)
2 Birth certificate (not older than 3 months)
3 National Identity Card
4 Passport of Mauritius
1 Extract from population register (Meldebescheinigung)
2 Birth certificate
3 Identity card or passport
Renunciation of Mauritian Citizenship
Documents to be submitted when applying for Renunciation of Mauritian Citizenship:
1 Passport of Mauritius
2 National Identity Card or Declaration
3 Birth certificate
4 Marriage certificate (if applicable)
5 Certificate of Naturalization(Einbürgerungsurkunde) or Guarantee of Naturalization (Einbürgerungszusicherung)
Note: Applicants should call in person at the Honorary Consulate after prior appointment.
Certification of documents
Issue of visa
Issue of a new passport
Endorsement of a passport
Issue of a certificate of identity or travel document in lieu of passport
Visa application form
The Consular Department of the Embassy is open Monday to Friday from 08:30 to 16:00 hours and may be contacted by
Phone: + 49 30 26393610
Fax: + 49 30 26558323
Citizens of Mauritius may contact the Consular Section on the following:
• Applications for new Passport
• Endorsement of Passport
• Travel Document (issued in case of lost or stolen passport)
• Renunciation of citizenship
• Repatriation of corpses or mortal remains of citizens of Mauritius
• Certification of documents
• Certificate of no impediment to marriage
• Certificate of Morality
• Residence permit for spouses and children
• Civil Status Documents
• Driving in Germany
• Customs regulations for returning residents
• Studying in Germany
• Any other issue
Renewal of Passport
PF 136A is the appropriate form except for lost / damaged passport
First Issue of Passport
PF 136 is the appropriate form for first application as well as lost / damaged passport Passport application forms PF 136 and PF136 A may be downloaded from http://passport.govmu.org
A Mauritius German Friendship Circle (Mauritius-Deutscher Freundschaftskreis e.V.) has been created since May 2001. For more information on this association,
please visit www.go-mauritius.org.
For media in Mauritius please visit www.onlinenewspapers.com/mauritiu.htm.
Visit, Work and Reside in Germany
Mauritians do not currently require a visa to enter Germany for a short stay of up to three months. For further information on visa, residence and work permits please contact:
The Honorary Consul of the Republic of Germany in Mauritius
Tel: + 230 2837500
Fax: + 230 2837500
The Embassy of the Republic of Germany in Antananarivo, Madagascar (accredited to Mauritius)
101, Làlana Pastora Rabeony Hans, Ambodirotra
B.P. 516, 101 Antananarivo
Telephone:00261-20-22 238 02 / 03 ou 22 216 91
Telefax: 00261-20-22 266 27
Non-Citizens may contact the Consular Section on the following:
• Tourist and business visa
• Elective training
• Work and residence permits
• Investing in Mauritius
• Buying property in Mauritius
• Adoption procedure
• Getting married in Mauritius
• Customs regulations
• Bringing of pet animals
• Hospitals and medical facilities
• Driving in Mauritius
• Any other issue
Non-citizens travelling to Mauritius as tourists/visitors or on business should produce the following documents to the Immigration Officer on their arrival:
- Valid passport or recognized travel document with expiry date beyond the intended period of stay
- Valid return or onward tickets to their country of origin or residence
- Confirmed booking for accommodation in Mauritius or letter of invitation from local sponsor/contact in Mauritius
- Proof of sufficient funds to meet the costs of their stay in Mauritius
- Eligibility to re-enter their country of origin or residence
For visa regulations please visit
Application forms for visa may be downloaded from
Application for tourist and business visas should be submitted to the Embassy of Mauritius in Berlin. All other applications should be submitted to the Passport and Immigration Office
9 – 11 Lislet Geoffroy Street,
Tel (230) 2109312 – 19;
Fax (230) 2109322;
The following documents should be submitted on Application for a Visa to enter Mauritius:
• Visa Application Form duly filled and signed by applicant
• Two recent passport-size photos of the applicant.
• Photocopy of the data pages of applicant's passport.
• A copy of the Residence Permit. (Applicable for applicants not residing in their country of origin). Same to be valid for at least three months after proposed date of departure from Mauritius.
• In case of business visa, applicant should also submit a letter from local sponsor/company.
Immigration Requirements/Conditions to be fulfilled for considering the grant of visa:
• Hold a valid Passport or other recognized travel document, with expiry date beyond the intended period of stay.
• Hold a valid return or onward passage ticket to his/her country of origin or residence.
• Have sufficient funds to meet the cost of stay (a minimum of 100 U.S Dollars per night to stay in Mauritius
• Have a confirmed booking for accommodation in Mauritius. If sponsored by a Mauritian citizen, latter to submit:-
(a) A Letter of Sponsorship stating:
(i) name, address,
(ii) Telephone number,
(iii) profession of the sponsor and
(iv) relationship with the applicant,
(b) National Identity Card,
(c) A Utility Bill.
• Be eligible to re-enter their country of origin or residence.
• Do not engage in any gainful activities without a valid work permit
• A visa does not guarantee admission into Mauritius. The final decision to admit a passenger rests with the Immigration Officer after examination at the point of entry in Mauritius.
• Applicants should wait for the outcome of their application before undertaking any travel to Mauritius.
(c) More information on visa is available on http//:passport.govmu.org.
(d) Passengers coming to Mauritius other than for the purpose of tourism, visits or business, should obtain prior authority from the Passport and Immigration Office before undertaking any travel to Mauritius.
(e) Any person who wishes to seek employment or to engage in any gainful occupation in Mauritius will not be allowed to enter Mauritius unless he is holder of a valid residence permit and a work permit issued by the Mauritian authorities.
(f) Non-citizens travelling to Mauritius as tourists/visitors will not be issued any permits or extension of visas to follow studies/training courses. Prospective students are advised to travel to Mauritius only after their application for study/training in Mauritius would have been approved.
(g) Holders of unrecognized passports, Stateless, Political Refugees and holders of Travel Documents should apply and obtain an Entry Visa before undertaking any travel to Mauritius.
(h) The final decision to admit a passenger into Mauritius rests solely on the Immigration Authorities after examination at points of entry in Mauritius.
(i) RESTRICTED AND PROHIBITED GOODS
The importation of certain goods is restricted. Such goods may be imported to Mauritius subject to a permit duly approved by a competent Mauritian authority.
Importing prohibited goods are liable to penalties and imprisonment.
List of restricted and prohibited goods:
• arms and ammunition (restricted)
• drugs and psychotropic substances (restricted)
• publications, films or video cassettes of an obscene nature (prohibited)
• sugar cane cuttings, vegetables, flowers or plants (prohibited)
• live or stuffed animals (prohibited)
• underwater fishing guns (prohibited)
• cigarette paper (prohibited)
(j) If a passenger is 16 years of age or over he/she may bring in the following goods, free of customs duty:
(i) tobacco (including cigars and cigarettes) not exceeding 250 grammes
(ii) spirits not exceeding 1 litre
(iii) wine, ale or beer not exceeding 2 litres in all
(k) The currency of Mauritius is the Mauritian Rupee Rs).
American Express, Diners, MasterCard and Visa credit cards are accepted in Mauritius. Money changers operate at the airport and throughout the island.
(l) Useful websites:
http://www.govmu.org (Government of Mauritius)
http://www.tourism-mauritius.mu/ (Ministry of Tourism and Leisure)
http://www.investmauritius.com (Board of Investment of Mauritius)
http://www.enterprisemauritius.com (Enterprise Mauritius)
http://www.uom.ac.mu (University of Mauritius)
Honorary Consul General and Honorary Consuls of the Republic of Mauritius under jurisdiction of the Embassy of Mauritius, Berlin.
Prof. Dr. Dr. J. Kneifel, Honorary Consul General (Bavaria & Hesse)
Landwehrstr. 10, 80336 Munich, Germany
Tel.: +49 89 55 55 15
Fax: +49 89 55 35 04
Dr. Claus C. Securs, Honorary Consul (North Rhine Westphalia, Lower Saxony, Bremen, Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein)
Wasserstr. 3, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany
Tel.: +49 211 13 62 9 – 62
Fax: +49 211 13 2504
Mr. Wolfgang Eberspächer, Honorary Consul (Baden-Wuerttemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate & Saarland)
Hirschstr. 22, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany
Tel.: +49 711 60 71 558
Fax: +49 711 60 66 10 50
Dr. Peter Freissler (Austria)
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Mauritius in Vienna, Austria
Tel.: + 43 662823945
Fax: + 43 1 5122274
Dr. Vladimir Dolejs (Czech Republic)
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Mauritius in Prague, Czech Republic
Brehova Str. 3
11000 Prague 1
Tel.: + 42 0 224816346
Fax: + 42 0 222325420
Mr. Marek Klajda (Poland)
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Mauritius in Warsaw, Poland
Ul. Brodzinskiego 27
01 – 557 Warsaw
Tel.: + 48 224863007
Fax: + 48 228391078
Mr. Levent Soylu (Turkey)
Honorary Consul of the Republic of Mauritius in Istanbul, Turkey
Cumhuriyet Cad. Kervansaray Apt., No. 30 K. 6D.24
Elmadag – Sisli / Istanbul
Tel.: + 90 2123439950 (Istanbul); + 90 2324259410 (Izmir)
Fax: + 90 2123439960
Mr. Jozsef Meszaros (Hungary)
Honorary Consul of Republic in Budapest, Hungary
Belgrád rakpart 3-4. 1 em 1.
Tel.: +36 309718124
Fax.: +36 17963929
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Concerning all these matters please get in contact with :
Embassy of the Republic of Mauritius
Phone: +49 (0)30 26 39 36 0
Fax: +49 (0)30 26 55 83 23
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