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How much does an Irish Passport cost?

Details of passport fees if applying in Spain and how to pay.


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

Passport Fees are with effect from 30th March 2017

Passport Application via Embassy


Adult 10 year


Adult large 10 year


Minor, age 0 – 17 years, 5 year passport


Online Renewal*


Standard adult passport


Large adult passport


Passport card


Standard passport plus passport card


Large passport plus passport card


*please note that additional postage fees may apply.

How do I pay?

Payment is by bank transfer only. Cheques, cash and bank drafts are not accepted. From 1 October 2014, credit card payments will no longer be accepted. 

Please ensure to pay any bank fees associated with the transfer. If you have a non-Eurozone bank account you can avoid expensive transfer charges by going in person to your nearest BBVA branch and lodging the fee in cash to our bank account. This may also be convenient if you don’t have internet banking. Here are our account details:  

BANK Account Name: Embajada de Irlanda

BANK Address: BBVA, C/Claudio Coello 92, Madrid 28006

Bank Account No: 0182 1932 44 0201542340

IBAN Code:  ES90 0182 1932 44 0201542340


Observaciones/concepto: Name of applicant and service required.


You must ensure to include a self-addressed prepaid “Postal Express” plastic envelope with your application. These are available from any Correos office. The alternative is to collect your new passport in person from the Embassy or your local Honorary Consulate, or arrange for a courier to collect it.