In the current circumstances, the Embassy of Ireland to Lithuania is now closed to public visitors and will be operating on a restricted basis until further notice.
Consular consultations will be provided only by telephone and email as usual – from 10am until 12pm and from 2pm until 4pm from Monday to Friday. Appointments may be possible in extenuating circumstances.
If you require urgent assistance outside our working hours, you can call +370 65515235.
Given the current situation caused by the escalation of the COVID-19 crisis in Ireland please be aware that only visa applications for essential travel will be considered at the moment. Those who wish to submit a visa application for essential travel should send the documents by post to the Embassy’s address. The Embassy is closed to the public until further notice.
We encourage citizens to download the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's TravelWise App which helps Irish citizens to stay safe and informed while travelling. We advise all Irish citizens when travelling abroad to remain vigilant and follow the instructions and advice from the local authorities.
In addition, you can register your contact details on Citizens' Registration, which allows us to contact you and provide assistance in the event of an unforeseen crisis or family emergency while you are overseas.
What to do on entering Ireland from abroad:
The Irish Authorities require anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland, to restrict their movements for 14 days, this includes citizens and residents returning to Ireland. Restricting your movements means staying indoors in one location and avoiding contact with other people and social situations as much as possible. To ensure that this is being observed all passengers arriving to Ireland from overseas are obliged to complete a mandatory Public Health Passenger Locator Form and to submit it to the relevant authority at their port of entry. Exemptions are in place for providers of essential supply chain services such as hauliers, pilots and maritime staff. Check the Irish Government Advice Page for full information on these requirements. Further advice for people who have recently returned from abroad is available from the HSE.