Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

25/F RCBC Plaza Tower 2, 6819 Ayala Ave., Makati, Metro Manila

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
4.7
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Cheska S.
5.0 Stars

This has to be one of the most efficient embassies in that the entire process lasts no more than 15 minutes (from the time I entered the building, to the time I left the same). After submitting the documents (which the officer went quickly went over), I was told that I would get my visa by mail. And for that reason (quick and hassle free visa application and grant), I am giving this place 1108811088110881108811088️.

My cousin, who is a travel agent, recommended that I process my Schengen visa application with German Embassy so that it would be faster (and hassle free). She was right.

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Lea C.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Peanut D.
4.0 Stars

You know how your entire experience of something is ruined because of just a single person? My German visa interview was like that.

I would have given them 5 stars if not for the lady guard who "welcomed" me by shouting "HINDI DIYAN! DITO!" (Reminded me of #amalayer hehe)

To be fair, you wouldn't know where to go either if it was also your first time there. You hop on the elevator and as soon as you get to their floor you see the German embassy entrance to the right. Common sense tells you then that you should head that way.

But apparently there will be a guard screaming at you for not going the right way.

She continued to act like she was the boss of everyone, "Ilagay mo yung bag dito!"

There was a meek girl behind me who looked really scared of her. "Lotion ba yan? Ilagay mo sa kamay mo." Tsk.

So that was my first impression and it wasn't very nice. When I got to the area where they confirm your appointment and visa documents though, the lady there was really nice and friendly!??

The consular officer who interviewed me was also really nice.

So it was just the lady guard who ruined the experience. :/

My "interview" lasted about 5 minutes. I got my German visa 3 days later. :)

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