How do i get a visa and international drivers license
I am going to Germany to live abroad for a year. I know i need a passport, Visa, and an international drivers license. I know how to get the passport but what about the other two? and what kind of visa do i need???
- JeffeVerdeLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
If you're an AAA autoclub member, you can get your International Driving Permit at any office. You'll need your U.S. drivers license and two passport photos. I think it was $15 when I got mine.
You'll need a visa for a stay longer than 90 days. Submit your visa appliation to the German Consulate. Here's their website- http://www.germany.info/relaunch/info/consular_ser...
If you're working with a travel agent, or you're a AAA member, they can help you with the paperwork.Source(s): been there, done that
- dognhorsemomLv 71 decade ago
As you know, you will need to apply for a visa for Germany, since you're going to stay longer than 90 days. The type of visa to apply for will depend on why you're going to be there: contact the German embassy or the nearest consulate for instructions on how to apply:
4645 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, DC 20007
telephone (202) 298-4000
There are German Consulates in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and San Francisco.
You can obtain the international driver's license from AAA:
- Anonymous1 decade ago
You will get what is known as a Schengen Visa which gives you access to almost 25 European Countries.
Citizens of European Union (EU) member states do not require visas to enter and stay in Germany.
Citizens of other countries, except European Union (EU) member states who can enter without a visa may not stay longer than three months in a six month period or take up employment requiring a work permit. These countries include the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Israel
For determining country-wise whose citizens require visas to enter Germany, use this link-
For getting your International Driver's Permit, apply with your country's RTO (Regional Transport Office) or traffic Dept. or any recognised Automobile Association.
- darleyLv 44 years ago
The rule of thumb is that if your Dutch Drivers license is in English or French it's excellent. If it isn't, you wish to have a International Drivers license because the Car Rental location, or Police are not more likely to be capable to learn Dutch.
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- richard tLv 71 decade ago
why do you need a visa..I didn't need one in several EU countries.they are all together now.........
The licence...........I don't know..................If it is a vacation(a couple of weeks)..prob don't need it...........Check with the German Embassey
or hertz or whatever rental car co is there....