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How much does an Irish Passport cost?

That depends on the type of passport you apply for.

Passport fees

TypeApplicabilityFee (Euro/equivalent local currency
Standard 10 Year Applicable only to those aged 18 and over €80
Large 10 Year Available on request to very frequent travellers €110
Standard 3 Year Issued only to children under 3 years €16
Standard 5 Year Applicable to young people aged between 3-17 years inclusive €26.50
Emergency Travel Certificate Only issued to those people who have lost their passport, or who have had their passport stolen, and who must urgently travel to Ireland €15

Courier Fee

The Embassy does not recommend that important documents such as passports are sent via the standard postal system. If you do not wish to collect your passport in person we recommend that you use a courier service.

How to make a payment

The Embassy accepts payments made in cash and by bank transfer. Payments by cheque, bank draft or credit card are not accepted.

Here are our account details:

Bank Account Name: Department of Foreign Affairs

Bank Address: Bulgarian American Credit Bank, 2 Slavyanska St, Sofia

EURO Bank Account Number: BG48BGUS91601400836301
BGN account number: BG66BGUS91601000836301

SWIFT/ BIC: BGUSBGSF

IMPORTANT: When arranging bank transfer, please ensure that application number and name of applicant are included in details of the transfer.