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How to Apply for a Passport

Apply Online

Irish citizens who have previously held an Irish Passport can now apply for their Passport Book and/or Card online.

You cannot apply online if you have already submitted a paper application.

Apply Online

Apply Offline

If you are resident outside Ireland and do not qualify or wish to use the online system, you need to use an APS2 application form.

If you are resident outside of Ireland and do not qualify for or wish to use the online system, you need to use an APS2 application form.

It is available in Irish (APS2G) and in English (APS2E).

APS2 forms are available:

  • By calling to the Embassy during office hours
  • Contacting us (include your name and full address in the form) and we will post you the forms

Please see our detailed Photo Guidelines page.

Please see our detailed Consent for Children page.


The fee depends on the type of passport you apply for:

Standard Passports

Adult Passport (10 year validity, 34 pages) RM 450
Adult Passport, Large (10 year validity, 66 pages) RM 590
Minor Passport (5 year validity, 34 pages, below 18) RM 210
Passport Certification Fee RM 190

Emergency Passports

In cases of genuine emergency, the Embassy can produce emergency travel documents with limited validity.

Emergency Travel Document RM 140
Emergency Passport RM 140 plus full passport fee
Out of Hours Fee RM 380

We accept payment by cash or cheque which should be made payable to the ‘Embassy of Ireland’. We regret that we cannot accept payment by debit or credit card.

Where to apply

Embassy of Ireland
Ireland House
The Amp Walk
218 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

We advise that you apply in person. If you choose to post your application, we strongly recommend that you use a reputable courier service. The Embassy cannot be held responsible for applications lost in transit.