***Coronavirus situation - Notices***
COVID-19 Travel Advisory
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade advises against all non-essential travel overseas until further notice. This includes Great Britain but does not apply to Northern Ireland. It also includes all cruise ship travel.
Those needing to return to Ireland should arrange to do so as soon as possible and without delay, in light of growing reduction and disruption in international travel. For those travelling, please monitor your airline’s website regularly.
Anyone coming into Ireland, apart from Northern Ireland, will be required to restrict their movements on arrival for 14 days. Check the Irish Health Service COVID-19 Advice Page for full information on these requirements. This includes Irish residents. Essential supply chain services such as hauliers, pilots and maritime staff are exempt.
The current travel advice for the Netherlands is available at the following link: https://www.dfa.ie/travel/travel-advice/a-z-list-of-countries/the-netherlands/
Coronavirus - Dedicated phone line
Irish citizens who are in the Netherlands, or who intend to travel to the Netherlands in the near future, and have concerns about the Coronavirus, can call the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade dedicated phone line on +353 (0)1 613 1733.
Health related information is available in the Netherlands at https://www.rivm.nl/en/novel-coronavirus-covid-19, or by calling 0800-1351.
Please contact the dedicated HSE phone line +353 41 685 0300 with queries relating to public health measures in Ireland.
The Embassy is temporarily not accepting or processing passport applications. If you have a query regarding an existing passport application that you have submitted to the Embassy please contact us by email.
For Irish citizens resident in The Netherlands, the Passport Service has resumed the processing of online applications in line with Phase 2 of the Government Roadmap. Please bear with them as they process the many online applications that have been received while their offices have been closed. Passport Online is open to all applicants, including children, renewing their passports and those applying for their first passport who are resident in Ireland, UK, EU, EEA and Switzerland.
In addition to emergency priority visas, the Embassy is now restarting processing of visa applications for the following limited categories: Long Stay or D Visas (over 90 days) such as Study Visas or Employment Visas. Applicants in these categories are advised to contact us by emailing email@example.com and we will respond to you as soon as possible. The supporting documents required to accompany such applications may be submitted by post or strictly by appointment only in person.
For more information, please visit the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service's website.