Strictly appointments only at this time. Please call the Embassy during opening hours or message us directly to arrange an appointment.
Strictly appointments only at this time. Please contact the Irish Consulate in Manila directly to schedule an appointment.
As of 1 June, we are now accepting all long stay visa and preclearance applications.
Please note, however, that for successful applications, unless your application meets the priority/emergency criteria, a visa or preclearance approval letter will not issue until such time as public health restrictions have been lifted. For further information on the priority and emergency criteria, please see the website of Immigration Service Delivery.
It remains the position that we are not accepting short stay visa applications, unless the application meets the priority/emergency criteria.
Travel to Ireland
Please note, all passengers arriving in Ireland must:
- Complete a COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form in advance of travel
Third Country Non-Designated States / Not “Emergency Brake” Countries (including Singapore & Philippines)
- No pre-departure PCR test, or further day 5 PCR test or quarantine required for vaccinated or recovered travellers (verifiable proof required).
- Require pre-departure PCR test (taken in previous 72 hours before arrival) for all those not vaccinated or recovered AND require 14-day home quarantine with release after a negative day 5 PCR test.
Third Country Designated States/ Emergency Brake Countries
- Require pre-departure PCR test (taken in previous 72 hours before arrival) for vaccinated or recovered travellers. Home quarantine on arrival will apply with release after a negative day 5 PCR test.
- Require pre-departure PCR test (taken in previous 72 hours before arrival) for all those not vaccinated or recovered AND require 14-day hotel quarantine with release after a negative day 0 and 10 PCR test.
- Travellers who visited an ‘Emergency Brake’ country with 14 days of arrival in Ireland, will be treated as if they were travelling directly from an ‘Emergency Brake’ country - even if their flight to Ireland departed from a non 'Emergency Brake’ country.
- Vaccinated means vaccinated with an EMA approved vaccine, with recommended number of days after the final dose.
- Travellers with evidence of RECOVERY in the past 180 days will be treated the same as vaccinated provided they can provide robust evidence.
- Children aged 11 or under will not require any pre-departure tests to travel into Ireland.
- Children aged 12-17 will be required to present a pre-departure negative PCR.
- All outbound travellers taking their PCR Pre-Departure Test in Singapore will receive a digital results certificate, and are required to digitally authenticate and endorse the digital test certificate via https://www.notarise.gov.sg before travel. After using https://www.notarise.gov.sg, the QR code of your digitally authenticated and endorsed test certificate will be e-mailed to you within 15 minutes.
- Outbound passengers can also get their Vaccination HealthCerts digitally authenticated via https://www.notarise.gov.sg.
If you plan to travel to Ireland, please consult the following site regularly as rules are subject to change: www.gov.ie/travel