How to Apply for a Passport
Irish citizens who have previously held an Irish Passport must renew their Passport Book or Passport Card using Passport Online.
First Time Applicants must apply using a paper application form through their local Irish Embassy or Consulate General.
Passport Online is not yet available in your region for first time applicants. You must apply using a paper application form.
Please see the detailed Documentary Requirements for Passport Applications page from the Passport Service.
Please see the detailed How to get your application witnessed page from the Passport Service.
Please see the detailed Passport Fees page on the main DFA.ie website.
Fees and Where to apply
Please note that BRL fees for passports are regularly updated to keep in line with the Euro fees charged by the Passport Office in Ireland. Please also note that from 11th April 2011, fees also apply to persons aged 65 and over.
The following passport fees are applicable from 19th May 2020.
- Standard 10 Year: €95, R$470.
- Large 10 Year: €125, R$620.
- Standard 5 Year: €45, R$220.
- Emergency Travel Document: €30, R$150.
- Out of Hours fee: €80, R$400.
- Passport certification fee: €40, R$200.
Please also note that should we need to return the application form to you, as a result of it not being correctly completed, the postage costs will have to be paid by you and this will also of course delay the process.
The Embassy cannot accept credit card payments for passports. Payment can be made by cheque payable to Embassy of Ireland or bank draft, please contact us and we will issue a “boleto”
Where to apply
The Passport Office at the Embassy of Ireland is opened Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 13.00.
You can lodge your application in person at the Embassy from Monday to Friday between these hours (please schedule appointment in advance). Alternatively you can post your application to:
Embassy of Ireland
SHIS QL 12 conjunto 5 casa 9
Brasília - DF
Passport applications can also be processed via the Consulate General in São Paulo.
If you decide to post your application, we strongly recommend you use registered mail or a reputable courier service. The Embassy cannot be held responsible for applications or documents lost in transit.