EMBASSY AND CONSULATE OF AUSTRIA

We have listed all the embassies and consulates present in Switzerland to facilitate your administrative procedures. The translation of the various official documents can be taken care of by us.

EMBASSY AND CONSULATE OF AUSTRIA

Embassy

Chancellerie
P.O. Box 266, Kirchenfeldstrasse 77/79
3005 Bern

8:30 – 16:30

bern-ob@bmeia.gv.at

031/356 52 52

Fax 031/351 56 64

Embassy

Defence Office
P.O. Box 266, Kirchenfeldstrasse 77/79
3005 Bern

031/352 24 35

Fax 031/352 19 46

Embassy

Cultural forum
P.O. Box 266, Kirchenfeldstrasse 77/79
3005 Bern

bern-kf@bmeia.gv.at

031/356 52 53

Fax 031/351 56 64

The Consular Section of the Embassy

Consular section of the Embassy

P.O. Box 266, Kirchenfeldstrasse 77/79
3005 Bern

9:00 – 12:00 Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday 9:00 – 12:00 and 14:00-16:00 Wednesday

bern-ob@bmeia.gv.at

031/356 52 52

Fax 031/351 56 64

Consulates

Consulate general of Austria
Leonhardstrasse 12
4002 Basel

ralph.honegger@helvetia.ch

061/271 35 35

Fax 058/280 29 10

Consulates

Consulate of Austria
P.O. Box 522, Obere Gasse 41
7002 Chur

wunderlich_law@bluewin.ch

081/257 01 95

Fax 081/257 01 91

Consulates

Consulate general of Austria
14, rue des Cordiers
1207 Geneva

oegk-genf@dwpz.ch

022/311 17 85

Fax 022/786 49 97

Consulates

Consulate of Austria
P.O. Box 5318, Falkengasse 3
6000 Lucerne 5

honorarkonsul-lu@bluewin.ch

041/210 41 82

Fax 041/210 62 26

Consulates

Consulate of Austria
via Carlo Frasca 5
6901 Lugano

info@oe-konsulat-ti.ch

091/911 95 50

Fax 091/911 95 55

Consulates

Consulate general of Austria
Zolliker-Alfred-Ulrich-Strasse 2
8702 Zollikon

info@oe-konsulat-zh.ch

044/395 44 49

Fax 044/345 44 41

EMBASSY AND CONSULATE OF AUSTRIA

The embassy of a country contains a consular section which allows its expatriates to carry out a certain number of administrative procedures. Consulates are generally invested with tasks related to civil status. It is thus possible to establish acts for all life events (birth, marriage, recognition, death) and to obtain identity documents (passport). However, such acts may be carried out only within the limits and under the conditions laid down by the legislation of the host country.

An expatriate may also be placed under the protection of the embassy of his country if he considers that his security is not guaranteed abroad (right of asylum). In the same way, an expatriate in difficulty, who for example lost his money, his papers, can ask the help of the embassy to be repatriated.

We remain at your disposal for further information.

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