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15 July 2020

The Irish Authorities continue to advise against all non-essential travel overseas.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade issues and regularly updates travel advice for a large number of countries across the globe, including for Germany which can be viewed hereIt also includes information on necessary steps when entering Ireland.

We advise all Irish citizens in Germany to register their details with us so that we can contact you or your family in case of emergency.  You can register online at the following link

Please remember to carry official ID with you at all times and to carry your Anmeldung if resident in Germany.

All States in Germany have made it compulsory to wear masks in certain public areas, notably shops, public transport and work places where distances of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained.  


Embassy appointments system

In order to continue contributing to containment efforts and to ensure continuity of our consular services, the embassy is operating with reduced on-site staffing. Our phone lines remain open at normal times but the embassy’s public office is operating strictly on an appointment only basis. Individuals with symptoms of Covid 19, who have had contact with a confirmed case or who returned from a high risk area should not come to the embassy.

Appointments must be made in advance by phoning us on +49 (0)30 220720 or visiting the Contact Us page on our website and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please bear in mind that these arrangements may be subject to change depending on developments.

Our out of hours duty service also continues as normal and Irish citizens who require urgent assistance can leave a message on our answering machine outside of normal working hours.



Please note that the Passport Service is not currently processing paper applications and that the embassy is not in a position to accept paper applications.  Irish citizens in Germany can apply online for their passports at 

Postponement of Embassy of Ireland events

We have taken the decision to postpone all events at the embassy for the foreseeable future.  Whilst unfortunate, this decision was taken on health & well-being grounds and we would hope to be in position to convene these events at later dates.

We will hold more digital events in the coming weeks - more details of which will be contained in the embassy's monthly newsletter. 


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