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How to apply for a Passport

Portugal - How and where to apply, current passport fees and methods of payment

If you are an Irish citizen in Portugal there are two possible ways to apply for a passport depending on your situation:

On-Line Adult Applications

If you are an adult renewing your passport you may apply on-line. In this case the Embassy has no involvement in the application process and your passport will be posted direct from Ireland. This option is not available to children or first time adult applicants. Information on full conditions and fees.

Paper Applications

First time applicants, those changing a detail on their passport and those under 18 must use a paper application. Those who prefer not to apply on-line may also lodge a paper application. The fees apply as shown below.

Adult 10-year passport:

€95.00

Adult Large 10 year Passport (66 pages)

€125.00

Minor, age 0 – 17 years, 5 year Passport

€45.00

Postage fee (if you want the Embassy in Lisbon to send your passport by registered post within Portugal)

€2.50

Passport Card

The Passport Card is available to all Irish citizens who are over 18 years and hold a valid Irish Passport. They are accepted for travel within the European Union and the European Economic Area. Application must be done on-line. In this case the Embassy has no involvement in the application process and your passport card will be posted direct from Ireland.

Emergency Travel Certificates and Temporary Passports

Irish citizens who have lost their passport, or who have had their passport stolen while on holidays in Portugal can request an Emergency Travel Certificate, a single use travel document to allow one trip back to Ireland. Applicants must come in person to the Embassy in Lisbon. Emergency Travel Certificates are not normally issued to Irish citizens resident in Portugal.

In the case of urgent, unanticipated travel due to a genuine emergency, the Embassy may at its discretion issue a Temporary Passport. These are only issued in special circumstances, therefore evidence of the emergency will be required. Temporary Passports have a limited validity. Applicants must submit a full passport application form and applicable supporting documents. Temporary Passports are not normally issued to minors or first time applicants.

In order to apply for either of the above we highly recommend that you call 213 308 200 in advance of coming to the Embassy.

Temporary Passport or Emergency Travel Certificate

€30,00

Additional fee applicable when applying outside of normal office hours

€80,00

Methods of payment

The only methods of payment accepted by the Embassy in Lisbon are postal orders (which can be obtained from your local post office and made out to "Embassy of Ireland" or "Embaixada da Irlanda") or cash if the applicant applies personally at the Embassy. Please do not send cash in the post. The Embassy does not accept credit/debit cards, personal cheques or bank drafts.

Where to apply

If you choose to post your application to the Embassy in Lisbon, we strongly recommend that you use registered mail or a reputable courier service. The postal address is:

Embaixada da Irlanda

Avenida da Liberdade, 200- 4º Esq.

1250-147 Lisboa

Portugal

Passport applications can also be lodged at the public counter during our opening times.

Morocco - How and where to apply

If you are an Irish citizen in Morocco there are two possible ways to apply for a passport depending on your situation:

On-Line Adult Applications

If you are an adult renewing your passport you may apply on-line. In this case the Honorary Consulates of Ireland in Morocco have no involvement in the application process. However, for security reasons your new passport will be sent by Diplomatic Bag to the Honorary Consulate nearest to you (Casablanca or Agadir) where it can be collected. This option is not available to children or first time adult applicants. Full conditions and fees are explained in the link.

Paper Applications

First time applicants, those changing a detail on their passport and those under 18 must use a paper application. Those who prefer not to apply on-line may also lodge a paper application.  Please contact our Honorary Consulates in Morocco to request a passport application form and find out about the fees and methods of payment.

Please note that it is not allowed to send passports by post in Morocco! Passports sent by post will be seized by the Moroccan authorities. Please contact our Honorary Consulates in Morocco for advice on how to send your passport.

Emergency Travel Certificates

Irish citizens who have lost their passport, or who have had their passport stolen while on holidays in Morocco can request an Emergency Travel Certificate, a single use travel document to allow one trip back to Ireland. Applicants must come in person to the Honorary Consulates in Morocco. Emergency Travel Certificates are not normally issued to Irish citizens resident in Morocco.