A confirmation of registration is always required for various administrative procedures and applications. In Innsbruck, you can apply for this in person, in writing or online with ID Austria.
There are two types of registration confirmation:
- simple confirmation of registration with information on when and where you are currently registered
- historical registration confirmation with information on all previous registrations and deregistrations
How do I get a confirmation of registration for myself?
You can request a simple confirmation of registration for notifications online. You will need
- the ID Austria
- an online payment option (e.g. credit card, online banking)
If you do not have a citizen card, you can request the confirmation of registration informally in writing or in person. You must prove your identity with an official photo ID.
You can only request a confirmation of registration for yourself or for your underage children.
What documents do I need to obtain a registration confirmation for myself?
What does a registration confirmation cost?
For the application
Verbally: free of charge
In writing: 14.30 euros
Electronic application with ID Austria: free of charge
For the issue of a registration confirmation
- Federal fee: 14.30 euros
This fee does not apply if the confirmation of registration is addressed to a specific person or authority other than the applicant.
- Federal administrative fee:
- Confirmation of registration from the local population register (only reflects the registration within the municipality): 2.10 euros
- Confirmation of registration from the ZMR (at the registration office or online with citizen card): 3 euros
- Fees for enclosures (only incurred if enclosures are attached to the application):
- Oral or written application: 3.90 euros per sheet up to a maximum of 21.80 euros
- Electronic application with citizen card (e.g. ID Austria): 2.30 euros per sheet
How do I get a registration confirmation for my child?
Minor children cannot request a Meldebestätigung for themselves and thus cannot request one online. To obtain a registration confirmation for your minor child, you must submit the request in person or in writing to the registration office. To do this, you need an original official photo ID of the child and the legal representative.
Who are my contacts?
If you have any questions, please contact the Service Unit Registration and residents' affairs, passport matters - Registrations, deregistrations, registration confirmations
Data protection information according to Art 13 GDPR for the registration confirmation
Please note that we process the personal data provided by you exclusively for the purpose of issuing a registration confirmation by the City Department Registry office and civil status matters.
The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is § 19 Para. 1 of the Registration Act (MeldeG) 1991. The following register queries were carried out in the course of the procedure: Central Register of Residents and Local Register of Residents. The personal data will not be passed on to Dritte and will not be transferred to Dritt countries (countries that are not members of the EU). The personal data will be deleted from the registration registers 30 years after deregistration due to the legal obligation under § 14 Para. 4 and § 16 a Para. 10 of the 1991 Registration Act. The provision of personal data is required by law. If you do not provide it, you will not receive a confirmation of registration. According to the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), all persons have rights in accordance with Art. 15 - 21 GDPR. Pursuant to Section 16 (8) MeldeG 1991, there is no right to object pursuant to Art. 21 GDPR and no right to restriction of processing pursuant to Art. 18 GDPR.
You can exercise these rights in writing via email@example.com with proof of identity. The provision of personal data is required by law in order to exercise your rights as a data subject. You can find further information online at www.innsbruck.gv.at. Finally, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Austrian data protection authority(firstname.lastname@example.org, www.dsb.gv.at).