Netherlands embassy in Tbilisi
- Maaike van Koldam
34 Ilia Chavchavadze Avenue
Visitors entrance Didim Mirtskhulava Street
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Consular questions via e-mail:For any other question you can send an email to:
In case you have a question about a Dutch passport, ID card, a consular certificate etc., send an email via the contact form.
- Opening hours
Closed for public until further notice.
Contact details for Consular Section
- Opening hours
Due to the Coronavirus the embassy is closed until further notice. In case of emergency please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (or call the 24/7 Contact Center via +31 (0) 247 247 247). Please keep in mind that there are fewer appointment slots available. The embassy allows only one applicant at a time in the waiting area (except in case of a minor). Sanitary measures are indicated and have to be respected.
Passports, ID cards, certificate of life, consular declarations, legalisations and MVV's:
Please send an email to email@example.com to make an appointment.
Dutch nationality certificate
Read on the page Applying for a Dutch nationality certificate if you live in Georgia, which documents you need and how to apply for the certificate.
Short-stay Schengen visa applicant in Armenia
The Netherlands embassy in Tbilisi temporarily offers short-stay Schengen visa services for applicants from Armenia. Send an e-mail to make an appointment.
Due to capacity and Covid-19 restrictions in Georgia, applying for a short-stay Schengen visa is limited and only temporary for applicants from Armenia. This will stop when visa services in Armenia begin again.
Civic integration exams
Send an e-mail to make an appointment.
You can ask your question:
Time difference with the Netherlands
+3 (in daylight saving period +2)