Netherlands Embassy in Khartoum

Contact details

Irma van Dueren
Street 47, no. 76
Khartoum 2
+249 156 55 99 90
Emergency number 24 hours per day, 7 days in a week : +31 247 247 247

Contact details for Consular Section

+249 156 55 99 90
Opening hours

Coronavirus / Covid19: please keep in mind that you cannot apply for everything yet. Or that there are fewer appointment slots available.

COVID-19 measures in the consular department

 For a visit to the consular section the following COVID-19 measures apply:

  • You need to wear a face mask

  • Before we can receive you we will ask you COVID Health questions  (questionnaire in Arabic). If you have to answer any of these questions with 'yes' we will need to reschedule your appointment.

  • We cannot help you without an appointment. Even if you have made an appointment for a consular service that we cannot offer yet.

Passport and ID card, consular declaration and other consular services

Send an e-mail to get an appointment.

Dutch nationality certificate

Read on the page Applying for a Dutch nationality certificate if you live in Sudan, which documents you need and how to apply for the certificate.

Legalisation of documents or signature

Send an e-mail to get an appointment.

Schengen and Caribbean visa

Because of the (EU) entry ban it is not possible to apply for a Schengen or Carribean visa, unless you belong to an exempted category. In that case you can send us an e-mail.  Read more in the Q&A's Travel restrictions for the Netherlands (EU travel ban).

MVV (residence visa)

Send an e-mail to get an appointment.

MVV Family reunification asylum (nareis)

Send an e-mail to get an appointment.

We can only accept applications if the IND has given its approval for the issue of an MVV in Khartoum. If you have received permission for the MVV to be issued in another country, please contact the IND.

For more information: Information IND Coronavirus

Civic integration exam abroad

Send an e-mail to get an appointment.

DNA examination and identifying interview

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) collects DNA for asylum seekers who have applied for family reunification asylum. The IOM does this on request of the IND. Do you have questions about your appointment? Please contact your contact person at the IND. The embassy is not involved and does not make appointments.

Collection of documents 

For legalisations and consular statements every Thursday from 13:00 to 15:00 without appointment.

For passport applications, identity card and MVV applications, the embassy will contact you as soon as your document is ready.




Time difference with the Netherlands

Standard time: + 1 hour