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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 Ireland, you will need to use an APS2 application form.

It is available in Irish (APS2G) and in English (APS2E), from the following locations:

• By contacting us at the Embassy
• From the Honorary Consulate in Poznan

Information for Online or Paper Applications:

Please see the detailed Documentary Requirements for Passport Applications page on the main DFA.ie website.

Please see the detailed Photo Guidelines page on the main DFA.ie website.

Please see the detailed How to get your application witnessed page on the main DFA.ie website.

Please see the detailed Consent for Children page on the main DFA.ie website.

Fees:

Please see the detailed Passport Fees page on the main DFA.ie website.

Fees

Fees for online renewals are available on the Department's main website.

From 30 March 2017, the following fees apply for passport applications made through the Embassy:

  • Adult 10 year: €95 - 430.00 PLN
  • Adult large 10 year: €125 - 565.00 PLN
  • Minor, 5 year passport for under-18s: €45 - 205.00 PLN
  • Emergency Travel Document*: €30 -135.00 PLN

Additional Fees            ‚Äč

  • Out of hours fee** : €80 - 360.00 PLN
  • Passport Certification Fee***: €40 - 180.00 PLN


**The fee is additional to the fee for the passport itself.*This fee applies to both Emergency Travel Certificates and emergency passports.

***This a standard consular fee that is charged for the verification or certification of any document

How do I pay?

Payment is by bank transfer. Credit or debit card payments cannot be accepted.

Bank account: Embassy of Ireland, ul. Mysia 5, 00-496 Warsaw

Bank: Citibank Handlowy, Poland

IBAN:

PL 14 1030 1061 0000 0000 3017 5034 – for transfers in PLN
PL 36 1030 1061 0000 0000 3017 5026 – for transfers in EUR
SWIFT/BIC code – CITIPLPX

Where to apply

You should send your application form and documents by registered post to:

Ambasada Irlandii
Passport Section
ul. Mysia 5
00-496 Warszawa

Contact Us

Postage

We strongly recommend that you use registered post or a reputable courier service. The Embassy cannot be held responsible for applications or documents lost in transit.

The Passport office is open to Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9.30am to 12.30pm, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays 2.30pm to 4.30pm.

The best way of contacting the Passport Office is by email.