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How much does an Irish Passport cost?

Fees

Fees listed below apply to applications submitted to the embassy or to an honorary consulate in Germany.

Fees are effective 30 March 2017

​​Adult 10 year ​​€95
​Adult large 10 year ​€125
​​Minor (<18 years) 5 year passport ​€45
​Emergency Travel Document issued during public opening hours ​€30
​​Emergency Travel Document issued outside of public opening hours ​​€110
​Emergency Passport issued during public opening hours €30
​Emergency Passport issued outside of public opening hours ​€110
​​Registered post charge ​€5
​Passport certification fee ​​€40

We do not accept credit or debit cards. The embassy can only accept Euro cheques drawn from a German bank account. Fees can be paid by bank transfer (Überweisung) from a German bank account to the following account:

Account Name ​Botschaft von Irland
​Bank ​Commerzbank Berlin
​IBAN ​DE65 1004 0000 0266 2328 00
​BIC ​COBADEFFXXX
​Reference ​Your first name and surname

Please remember to include a copy of the bank transfer counterfoil slip (Überweisungsbeleg) with your application.

Please do not submit cash in a posted application; cash payments are only accepted when lodging your application in person at the embassy or honorary consulate.

Where to apply

Submit your application by post to: Embassy of Ireland, Jägerstraße 51, 10117 Berlin.

We strongly encourage you to use registered post or a reliable courier when sending documents. The embassy cannot be held responsible for documents lost during transit.

You can also submit your application in person at the embassy during our public opening hours 09.30-12.30 Monday to Friday or to make an appointment outside of these hours.

To order a passport application form

Email us your name, full postal address and the number of passport application forms you require