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Consular Fees

The following is a list of the most common fees charged for Consular Services carried out by the Embassy of Ireland. Payments to the Embassy for all services must be done by bank transfer. Please see details below.

For an exhaustive list of fees, please see the full list of current consular fees

Payment can be made in either Vietnamese Dong or Euro. If you are paying in Vietnamese Dong, the current Euro exchange rate will be confirmed at the time of payment and applied to the fees listed below. 

Service/Item

Euro Value €

Passports: New fees applying from 30 March 2017

Standard 10 year

95

Large

125

Minor, age 0-17 years, 5 year passport

45

Emergency Travel Certificate/Passport

30

Additional Fees

 
Out of Hours fee, additional to the Passport fee 80
Passport Certification Fee.

This fee applies to verification/certification of any document

40
Additional courier fee for passports to be sent from Hanoi to Cambodia or Laos 30

Visas

Single Entry

60

Multiple Entry

100

Foreign Birth Registration

Adult (18 or over)

  • Registration:
  • Foreign Birth Registration Certificate:

 

250
20

Under 18

  • Registration:
  • Foreign Birth Registration Certificate:

 

125
20

Replacement FBR certificates

 

Certificats de Coutume

 

Applications received more than 28 days before intended date of marriage

60

Applications received 28 days or less before the intended date of marriage

120

Miscellaneous other charges, including:

Verifying/Certifying a copy of any document

40

Attesting the signature or seal of a foreign authority

40

Issuing certificates, letters or other documents not otherwise provided for in the Regulations

Fee for witnessing an affidavit made by an Irish citizen

40

40

The fees charged for consular services such as issuing passports and visas, foreign birth registrations, authentication of documents and administering oaths are fixed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade by way of Statutory Instrument issued under Section 3 of the Diplomatic and Consular Officers (Provision of Services) Act, 1993. They are subject to review at the discretion of the Minister.

Payment Details

Payments to the Embassy must be made by bank transfer or by cash at our office in Hanoi. Please note we can under no circumstances accept credit card payments for this service.

If you are based in Vietnam, you can make a bank transfer directly to Vietnam Joint Stock Commerical Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank), as follows:

Telegraphic Transfer

Bank: Vietnam Joint Stock Commerical Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) - Tay Thang Long Branch
Bank Swift code: ICBVVNVX

Bank address:  Xuan Mai Town, Chuong My District, Hanoi, Vietnam

Account name: DFA Ireland Vietnam Public Bank Account

Account number: EUR112649538888 or VND112647828888

You can also deposit the fee by cash at any VietinBank branch within Vietnam (the above account details remain unchanged):

Note: Please enclose a copy of bank transfer or deposit slip with your application.

You are responsible for paying any bank fees associated with the transaction. If you have a non-Vietnamese bank account, you can avoid expensive transfer charges by going to the Embassy's bank and lodging the money directly to our account in cash. Please contact us for more information about this.

Don't forget...

You are responsible for paying any bank fees associated with the transaction. If you have a non-Vietnamese bank account, you can avoid expensive transfer charges by going to the Embassy’s bank and lodging the money directly to our account in cash. Please contact us for more information about this.