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The fee is to be paid at the time of your application at the German Mission.


Consular fees are fixed by law in EUROS.

You may pay the fee by credit card (Visa & Mastercard, the amount will be charged in Euro) or in cash in CAD. (Payments for passport applications during a consular week can only be accepted in cash.)

You must have the actual card with you and the cardholder’s signature is required.

We cannot accept payments using cards from other providers. Google Pay, Apple Pay and contactless payment are also not available.

Checks cannot be accepted. Cash payment in Euro is not possible. As the exchange rate is regularly adjusted, the fees may vary.


Passport Fees

payable in CAD at the current exchange rate

Please note that the fee in CAD may change depending on the current exchange rate of the mission.

Passport fees
Euro
CAD
(Fee according to the current exchange rate of the mission)

Regular passport (24 years and older)

101,00 €$151.00
Regular passport (younger than 24 years)
68,50 €
$103.00
Temporary passport (1-year validity)
70,00 €
$105.00
Emergency Travel Document (for single entry to Germany)52,00 €$78.00



Identity Card (“Personalausweis”)

ID card (24 years and older)67,00 €$100.00
ID card (younger than 24 years)
52,80 €$79.00



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Expedited service
32,00 €
$48.00
Passport with additional pages (a total of 48 pages)
22,00 €
$33.00

Additional charge if you are currently registered (“gemeldet”) in Germany or if you live outside of jurisdiction of the German Mission

24 years and older: 70,00 €
Younger than 24 years: 37,50 €
24 years and older: $105.00
Younger than 24 years: $56.00
Applications made at an Honorary Consul's Office
83,36 €
$125.00


Change of Residence
gebührenfrei
free of charge




Additional content

Is this your first application for a German passport or did your last German passport expire more than 15 years ago? Please read the following information.

First Time Application for Adults

Do you still have a valid German passport or has your last German passport expired no longer than 15 years ago? Here you can find out how to apply for your new biometric passport.

Passport for Adults - Renewal

Children require their own travel documents when traveling to other countries. All passport applications must be filed in person, this includes children.

Passports for Minors (First Time Applications and Renewals)

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