Updated: 25 May 2022
Please note the Embassy in Brussels will be closed on Thursday 26 May and Friday 27 May. Contact details for Irish citizens in the event of an emergency while we are closed can be found here (in the green box).
All Irish COVID-19 travel measures ended on 6 March 2022.
Travellers to Ireland are not required to show proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative PCR test result. Passengers do not need to complete a Passenger Locator Form.
Passengers no longer need to complete a passenger locator form or show proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test. An EU Digital Covid Certificate is not needed to enter Belgium.
Our Travel Advice for Belgium is available here.
Irish citizens traveling to or resident in Belgium are encouraged to register their contact details with the Department of Foreign Affairs so that we can contact you or your family in case of emergency.
Our public office is operating by appointment only. Appointments are available for Irish citizens requiring consular assistance by contacting us.
For all other queries, please email us and we will respond as soon as possible.
If contacting us by phone, please ensure you include a phone number if leaving a voicemail message so that we can return your call.
Passport Online is open to all applicants, including children, renewing their passports and those applying for their first passport who are resident in Belgium.
It is not possible to apply for a passport at the Embassy in Brussels.
To avoid disappointment, we strongly advise applicants not to make travel arrangements without a valid passport.
Queries about online applications should be directed to the Passport Service’s Customer Service Hub.
More information is available on our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Visa applications are being accepted by registered post or courier. See our Visa Section for more information on visa services.