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CONSULAR SERVICES

The Embassy of Ireland's public office is operating on an appointment-only basis for consular services. Please email DaresSalaamVisas@dfa.ie to request an appointment or leave a message on +255 222 213800 and we will return your call.

TRAVEL TO IRELAND

The Irish Government continues to strongly advise against all non-essential travel overseas. All passengers arriving into Ireland from Category 2 countries (including Tanzania, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo and Seychelles),  after 04.00 on the morning of Friday, 26 March are required to complete 14 days mandatory quarantine in a designated facility. This must be pre-booked and paid for before travel commences.

The booking portal for mandatory hotel quarantine is accessible at www.gov.ie/quarantine.

The Government of Ireland has also taken the decision to temporarily cease accepting new visa/preclearance applications. This is effective from close of business 29th of January 2021. Visas will be granted to a limited set of priority and emergency cases only. A list of these cases can be viewed on Immigration Service Delivery website.

A legal requirement to mandatory 14-day quarantine has been introduced for all passengers arriving in Ireland from Tanzania, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Seychelles. For a full list of these countries and more information, please visit Travelling to Ireland during the COVID 19 pandemic.

 

 

 

Passport Online: Worldwide renewals

Passport Online: Worldwide renewals

Adults and children around the world can renew their Irish passport online. This is the quickest, easiest and cheapest way to apply for your passport today. You can apply for a passport book, a card or both! The application takes about ten minutes and you can take your photo with your phone!

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Visas

Visas

If you want to enter Ireland, you may need a visa. We will guide you through the process.

Visas

Scholarships

Scholarships

The Embassy funds a number of scholarships through the Irish Aid Fellowship Training programme. The Programme enables Tanzanian citizens to study in Ireland.

Scholarships

Mission Strategy

Mission Strategy

The development cooperation programme invests in health, agriculture, nutrition, social protection and good governance and has a strong focus on the rights of women and girls.

Mission Strategy

Ireland in Tanzania

Ireland in Tanzania

The Embassy is responsible for a range of vital functions including strengthening the relationship between Ireland and Tanzania, supporting human development in the country, working with our citizens and promoting Irish economic interests.

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Contact Embassy of Ireland, Tanzania

Directions and contact details

Embassy of Ireland
353 Touré Drive
Masaki
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania

Tel:  +255 22 2213800

Fax: +255 22 2602 367

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