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Sümbül sok. no. 2, Levent, Besiktas, Istanbul

 

Open for public:

Monday - Friday: 9:30 AM to 1 PM

Phone:  + 90212 / 213-52-29  
Fax:       + 90212 /213-54-03   Jurisdiction
Е-mail: konzulat.istanbul@mfa.rs Honorary Consulates
web:    http://www.istanbul.mfa.gov.rs  

 

 

  

 


 
Getting an appointment for the application

Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Istanbul will resume normal consular operations on May 11, 2020. Please send the following information via e-mail konzulat.istanbul@mfa.rs to get an appointment:

- Name and Surname

- Application type (e.g. passport application, citizenship, birth registration, marriage registration)

- Turkish ID or Serbian passport number

- Preferred date of application (at least two)

- Document issued by the Consulate General regarding your application (i.e. passport application confirmation)

- Phone number

Important: Preferred date should not include National or Religious Holidays in Serbia and Turkey or day of lockdown in Turkey. Consulate General will inform you if there are available appointments on the preferred date or suggest another one, if all the appointments for your dates are taken.

After taking all the circumstances into consideration the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia has decided to take limited number of appointments per day in order to ensure social distancing and other proper measures. 

IMPORTANT: Wearing a face mask and gloves at the Consulate is mandatory. 


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