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How much does an Irish Passport cost?

The fee depends on the type of passport you apply for:

Fees are effective from 30 March 2017

Service Type Fees (Euro) Fees (RMB)
Adult 10 year €95 705
Adult large 10 year €125 930
5-year passport for those under 18 years €45 335
Emergency Travel Document* €30 225
Additional Fees    
Out of hours fee** €80 595
Passport Certification Fee*** €40 295

*This fee applies to both Emergency Travel Certificates and emergency passports.

**The fee is additional to the fee for the passport itself.

***This a standard consular fee that is charged for the verification or certification of any document.

Courier Fee

  • Courier fee – RMB30

Online Applications

  • Standard 10-year passport is €80
  • Large 66-page, 10-year passport is €110
  • Passport card is €35
  • Standard passport plus passport card is €105
  • Large passport plus passport card is €135
  • Additional postal fee for International post €5

Fees for Passport applications lodged in Beijing may be paid in cash, by Chinese postal order or by bank draft.

Postal orders should be made out to: 爱尔兰使馆 (The Embassy of Ireland). The applicants name and date of birth should be written in the comments at the bottom of the postal order.

Bank drafts must be made out to: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ireland. The applicants name and date of birth should be written on the back of the bank draft.

In the event the application is for a child please have the name of the buyer of the postal order or bank draft written on the back.

The Embassy cannot accept payment by personal cheque, Euro cash, or credit card.