30 September 2020
The Irish Authorities continue to advise against all non-essential travel overseas.
The Department of Foreign Affairs issues & regularly updates travel advice for a large number of countries across the globe, including for Luxembourg which can be viewed here. It also includes information on necessary steps when entering Ireland. More useful information can be found on the GOV.IE website and on the HSE website.
We advise all Irish citizens in Luxembourg 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 www.dfa.ie/travel/citizens-registration/
Luxembourg has made it compulsory to wear masks in public areas where distances of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained such as in shops, public transport and most work places. More information is available on the Luxembourg Health Ministry’s website.
Embassy appointments system
Appointments to visit the Embassy must be made in advance by phoning us on +352 450610-1 or visiting the Contact Us page on our website.
The Passport Service is currently not processing paper applications and the Embassy is not in a position to accept paper applications. Irish citizens in Luxembourg can apply online for their passports at www.passport.ie
Resumption of visa services for certain long-stay visa applications has commenced. For latest information on the resumption of visa services, please see the website of Immigration Service Delivery.
It remains the position that we are not accepting short stay visa applications. However, certain priority/emergency cases will continue to be processed. For further information please see the website of Immigration Service Delivery. For priority/emergency visa applications, please contact us directly so that we can guide you through the application process and advise you how to submit your documentation