Attestation

Ghanaian documents

Attestation

Attestations are made to Ghanaian documents such as affidavits for a change of name or marital status, birth certificates, marriage certificates etc. All sworn affidavits from a high court in Ghana must bear an authentication letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Accra before submission to the Embassy for the required attestation.

Divorce Decrees issued in the German language or any other language, other than English, must be translated into English before submitting to the Embassy for attestation.

In all cases, photocopies of the applicant`s Ghanaian passport (pages of personal particulars, photo, and signature) must be attached to the request.

Travel Documents & Visas

All visitors to Ghana must possess a valid national passport. A national of any member state of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) visiting Ghana may, however, produce a travel certificate in lieu of a passport. ECOWAS members are: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Cote d'Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo.

The Director

Ghana Immigration Service
Private Mailbag, Ministries Post Office
Accra, Ghana

Opening Hours

Monday: 10am-1pm
Wednesday: 10am-1pm
Friday: 9am-12pm

Tuesday and Thursday, the Consulate in Munich is closed.

Our Address

Embassy of Ghana, Germany
Stavangerstrasse 17 and 19
10439 Berlin, Germany
P: (+49) 30 54 71 49-0
F: (+49) 30 44 67 40 63
E-Mail: chancery@ghanaemberlin.de

Embassy of Ghana, Germany
Consular Section
Stavangerstrasse 17 and 19
10439 Berlin, Germany
P: (+49) 30 54 71 49-50
F: (+49) 30 44 67 40 63
E-Mail: consular@ghanaemberlin.de

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