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Contact Embassy of Ireland Belgium

Use the contact form below to get in touch with us.

Please note that the email contact service should not be used in Emergencies - Emergency contact information can be found below the contact form.

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Passport Application Form Requests

If you are renewing an Irish passport (adult or minor) you are encouraged to apply online.

If you are not eligible or do not wish to apply online (ie. first time applicants or applicants whose Irish passport has expired more than 5 years ago) and require a passport application form, please provide your name and full Belgian postal address using the form below.

Contact Numbers (during office hours):

Answers to most passport and Irish visa queries can be found in the relevant sections of our website. Please consult these prior to calling us. This allows us to deliver a better service.

Consular/Passport Queries: +32 (0)2 282 34 00

Visas for Ireland: +32 (0)2 282 34 03 (Monday, Wednesday and Friday only)

Emergency Contact Details

Please note that in the event of a genuine emergency outside of office hours (e.g. death, serious illness, arrest, etc.), Irish citizens can contact the Duty Officer and leave a voicemail on + 32 499 58 53 28.

If your Irish passport is lost/stolen in Belgium, our website provides guidance on the steps to follow. We cannot respond to visa related queries outside of office hours.

Remember to clearly state your name, your contact phone number and the nature of the problem.

This Duty Officer voicemail is monitored regularly and the Duty Officer will contact you as soon as possible. We aim to respond to messages within 2 hours.

The emergency number should not be used during office hours.

Alternatively, you may contact the Duty Officer at the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin at + 353 1 408 2000.