1. If your passport is lost or stolen you must immediately report this to your nearest police station and make a report.
Minimum requirements to apply for an Emergency Travel Document:
Please bear in mind this service is not available outside of office hours except in case of emergency. You may need to arrange a new flight to allow you time to obtain a travel document.
3. If you are in an emergency situation requiring urgent travel (such as the death or serious illness of a family member)
Contact the Embassy, by phoning +30 210 72 32 771 (outside normal working hours). You will be asked to leave a message on the answering machine. The answering machine is monitored regularly and the Duty Officer at the Embassy will contact you as soon as possible. When you leave a message, remember to state your name, telephone number, the nature of the emergency, and where you are now.
If you are resident in Greece and your passport has been stolen or lost, you must follow the following steps:
1. Immediately report the loss or theft to your nearest police station and make a report.
2. Apply to the Embassy of Ireland, Athens for a full new passport. For general advice, please see our step-by-step guide on how to apply for a passport
All applicants must include:
With a view to preventing identity theft and the circulation of falsified passports, there are additional safeguards for the passport application procedure for those adults seeking to replace a lost or stolen passport. If your passport has been lost or stolen, you must also supply the following documents: