The Honorary Consulate of Austria in Denver

Willkommen – Welcome!

We are serving Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico.

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+1 303-396-4538

ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the Austrian Honorary Consulate in Denver will remain closed for in-person services until further notice. However, we continue to be available virtually, via email and phone. Thank you for your understanding and please stay healthy.

Bleiben Sie gesund, wir freuen uns auf ein baldiges Wiedersehen.

Best – Herzlichst,
Hikmet und Nayantara Ersek

EVENTS

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Services

Find out how the Austrian Honorary Consulate can help you right here in Denver, CO.

 

Visa & Passports

In need of a new Austrian passport or looking to get a visa issued? Please visit the website for the Austrian Consulate General in Los Angeles.

 

Useful Information

From German teachers and German translators in the US to language camps in Austria.

 

PAST EVENTS

See pictures from past events organized by the Austrian Honorary Consulate in Denver:

Blog

Read about Austrians in Colorado,  Wyoming and New Mexico or learn useful information for Austrians in the US or for Americans who want to visit to Austria.

From Austria to Colorado

From Austria to Colorado* Guest Blog from Mark Laurencik America, the land of opportunity and where dreams come true. Now ask yourself, what is it like for an Austrian citizen to pursue the “American dream”? Coming from Austria there are many cultural differences you...

Slice of Life – Stories of Austrians in the US: Eva from Village Roaster

Meet Eva, owner of Village Roaster in Lakewood, CO The Austrian Honorary Consulate would like to introduce Austrians who are living abroad and tell a bit more about what they are doing here and how they ended up in the US. Eva was growing up in Baernbach – which...

COVID-19 in Austria

Translated from an ORF article, journalist: Sinan Ersek The ability to adapt to uncertainty, meaning not being able to predict the future, not being in control, prompted new behaviors and demanded for adaptation and at times drastic change in Austria like anywhere...

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Contact Us

Our office is open by appointment only. So we ask kindly that appointments are kept or that you inform us by phone at 303-396-4538 or email if you need to move the date.

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