Germany visa requirements for Tunisians
Travel and visa requirements
Basic Travel Requirements for Tunisians visiting Germany
Travelers are required to fulfill the following requirements in order to apply for a German Visa.
Germany Visa for Tunisians
Facts about Germany
Types of Germany Visa
|Types of Visa||Processing Time||Duration of Stay|
|Tourist visa||10 business days||90 days|
|Business visa||10 business days||90 days|
General Requirements for Germany Visa
Germany Tourist Visa Eligibility & Requirements
Germany Business Visa Eligibility & Requirements
- Business visa is issued to foreigners visiting for strictly business purpose such as attending business meeting or conferences, signing and negotiating contracts with other business partners in Germany
- A business cover letter from Tunisia stating the awareness of a business trip to Germany is required. The letter must indicate the position of applicant held in the company and clearly state that the applicant will be returning to the present job in Tunisia.
- accompanied by a bank statement of the sponsor, no older than three months.
Germany Visa Fees
Germany Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Tunisia
Impasse du Lac Windermere 1 B.P. 222, 1053 Les Berges du Lac Tunis Tunisia
(+216) 71 14 32 00
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Germany known for?
Located in the heart of the old continent, Germany is composed of 16 states and is well known for being the largest national economy in Europe and one of the biggest in the world.
What is the capital of Germany?
The capital of Germany is the city-state of Berlin. It is the seat of the President of Germany, whose official residence is Schloss Bellevue. The Bundesrat ("federal council") is the representation of the Federal States (Bundesländer) of Germany and has its seat at the former Prussian Herrenhaus (House of Lords).
How safe is Germany?
Germany is a very safe country. Crimes rates are very low compared to other southern European countries, and the law is strictly enforced. It is ranked 14th on the ranking of the world's safest countries. Petty crime, like bag snatching and pickpocketing, is a serious problem around tourist areas and on public transport.