General Information & Fees
On the following pages, you will find comprehensive information for Austrians living abraod, Austrians staying abroad only temporarily, as well as for foreign nationals who for any reasons intend to go to Austria.
In detail, we will inform you about visa and residence permits, how to get a new Austrian passport, and matters related to citizenship issues. Further information is provided, for example, on Austrian elections, military draft in Austria, and authentication. You will also find here tips and advice for your trip to Austria as well as answers to questions pertaining to pension and social issues.
Even though many of our services are provided free of charge, in a number of instances a fee has to be charged. Please find below the list of fees charged for the most-requested services. Payment must be made in cash (exact change only please) or per money-order (payable to the Austrian Consulate General).
Consular Fees January 2015 (quoted in USD):
- Schengen Visa (A, C): 74.00
- Schengen Visa (A, C) for children 6 to 12 years: 44.00
- Schengen Visa (A, C) for children up to 6 years: no fees
- Schengen Visa for nationals of Russia, Ukraine, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia (FYROM), Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova, Georgia, Kosovo and Armenia (if applicable): 44.00
- National Visa (D): 123.00
- New Passport: 94.00
- Children's Passport (under 12): 37.00
- Change in passport: 36.00
- Personal ID Card: 77.00
- Personal ID Card (under 16): 34.00
- Certificate of Citizenship: 60.00
- Certificate of Good Conduct (Criminal record): 52.00
- Authentication of a signature: 50.00
- Authentication of a copy: 50.00
- Forwarding of document: 23.00
- Residence Permit (Adults): 99.00
- Residence Permit (Minors): 62.00