Embassy of Pakistan, Bern Switzerland

Embassy of Pakistan

Bernastrasse 47
3005 Berne

Tel: 031 350 1790
Fax: 031 350 1799
Email: parepberne@bluewin.ch

Dr. Aman Rashid

Kashmir Black Day October 27, 2016

A candlelight vigil will be observed on October 27, 2016 at 1700 hours in the premises of the Embassy of Pakistan in Bern to observed Black Day and express solidarity with the people of Jammu & Kashmir. In this regard a special prayer will also be held for the martyrs of the Kashmiri cause. Pakistani community in Switzerland is cordially invited to attend the event.

Consular Working Days:

The Embassy performs Consular Functions from Monday - Friday
Timing: 9:30 - 12:00 hours
For Telephone Inquiries:
Tel: 031 350 1790 Fax: 031 359 1799
Timing: 14:00 - 16:00

Consular Services

  1. Visa Application
  2. Visa on Arrival (New w.e.f Feb 2005)
  3. Passport Application (Machine Readable Passport)
  4. Birth Registration / Endorsement forms "S" and "C"
  5. Legalization / Attestation
  6. Issuance of National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis (NICOP) and Pakistan Origin Card (POC)
  7. Visa Fee for all Nationalities

Fees Payment

For the purpose of clarity and transparency and to remove any ambiguity, all consular applicants aspiring issuance of visas, passports, endorsements, attestations and etc. are advised to attach original proof of payment of consular fees, i.e. bank and post office receipts, bank draft and etc. Please do not send cash amount with applications.


Please feel free to write to the Embassy on any measure or suggestions aimed at improving service delivery standards and to address any difficulty consular visitors may have encountered during their visit.

This section of the website is a result of collaboration between the Pakistan Embassy Bern and the Swiss Pakistan Society

Please click here to approach the Mission and convey any problems or grievances you might have. The Embassy Will entertain all Pakistani community members on every Friday between 1400-1600 hours. Pakistani community members can come and meet the Counsellor for their grievances.