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Uganda registers stranded citizens in Germany, Austria, others

The Embassy of Uganda in Berlin, which is responsible for Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, The Vatican, Slovakia, Bulgaria, and Romania, has announced the commencement of the registration of Ugandans stranded in the countries of accreditation. Below is the official announcement by the Embassy:

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REGISTRATION OF UGANDANS STRANDED IN GERMANY, AUSTRIA, THE CZECH REPUBLIC, POLAND, HUNGARY, THE VATICAN, SLOVAKIA, BULGARIA, AND ROMANIA

Fellow Ugandans,

The Uganda Embassy in Berlin is seeking to register and verify stranded Ugandan nationals who are currently in its area of accreditation (Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, The Vatican, Slovakia, Bulgaria, and Romania), and because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are not able to return home.

Such individuals may include students who have completed their studies and short-term visitors of all categories.

This exercise does NOT include Ugandans who already have a settled status in Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, The Vatican, Slovakia, Bulgaria, and Romania.

If you meet the above criteria, please send us your contact details, including the following;
1. Current address and telephone contact in your host country,
2. Copy of bio-data page of your Ugandan passport,
3. Scanned page of the relevant host country visa, and
4. Copy of return air ticket (where available).

Please send your details to the following email addresses: office@ugandaembassyberlin.de and consular@ugandaembassyberlin.de with the subject: ‘Registration of Stranded Ugandan Nationals’.

This information should be submitted preferably by 24th April 2020.

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Embassy of The Republic of Uganda
Axel Springer Strasse 54a,
10117 Berlin, Germany
Tel: +49-30-24047556/ +49-30-2060990
Fax: +49-30-24047557
Email: berlin@mofa.go.ug, ugembassy@yahoo.de
Website: www.ugandaembassyberlin.de

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