Irish Citizens who are over 18, and have previously held an Irish Passport can now apply for their Passport Book and/or Passport Card online at https://www.dfa.ie/passportonline/
If you are not eligible, or do not wish, to apply online, our How to Apply for a Passport Guide takes you through each step of your Irish Passport application. The guide will answer some of the most common questions like:
If you are resident outside Ireland, you will need to use an APS2 application form.
It is available in English (APS2E), from the locations listed below:
Places to collect the passport application form (Advisable to call and check on opening hours in advance of collection):
CambodiaBritish Embassy,27- 29 Street 75,Phnom PenhTelephone:+ 855 23 427124
If applying to Embassy Hanoi, you will need to include:
Infants or very young children who can't support themselves should be photographed lying down on a plain, white surface. No one else should appear in the photo, so make sure that hands or arms used to support the child are not visible.
If you have a disability that prevents you meeting all of these requirements, contact us and we will offer you further advice.
NB: if you are having difficulty finding a suitable witness in Vietnam, please contact the Embassy directly for guidance. If you are located in Cambodia, Laos, or Myanmar, you can contact the local British Embassy which will be able to offer assistance.
Identification (Section 9 of your application form)
Consent of parents/guardians (Section 7 of your application form)
A member of one of the professions listed below can witness your passport application form as long as they are satisfied as to your identify and that your four photos are a true likeness of you. Make sure you bring photo identification with you and be aware that the witness may ask you for more proof of identification - this is at their discretion.
The witness must:
Your application form is only valid for six months from the date your witness signs Section 9.
This is an additional requirement for children. Everyone under the age of 18 must have the consent of their both parents/guardians to get a passport and this consent must be witnessed.
The only exception to this is if the child is married.
The witness must:
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.
|Adult 10 year||€95|
|Adult large 10 year||€125|
|Minor, age 0 – 17 years, 5 year passport||€45|
|Emergency Travel Document*||€30|
|Out of hours fee**||€80|
|Passport Certification Fee***||€40|
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 Standard Chartered Bank, as follows:
Bank: Standard Chartered Bank (Vietnam) Ltd.
Unit 8-01, Hanoi Towers,
49 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: +84 4 3 9368222; Fax: +84 4 3 99368303
Swift code: SCBLVNVX
Account name: Embassy of Ireland Public Bank A/C, Vietnam
Account number: EUR88001235111 or VND88001235111
If you are in Ho Chi Minh City, you can also deposit the fee by cash at Standard Chartered Bank - HCMC branch at the following address (the above account details remain unchanged):
Standard Chartered Bank - HCMC
Sai Gon Trade Centre
37 Ton Duc Thang street
Dist. 1, HCMC
Tel: +84-8-3 8298 335
Note: Please enclose a copy of bank transfer or deposit slip with your application.
Please bear all the bank charges. Once the transaction is completed, please attach the transaction slip together with the application.
Payment in cash can only be accepted in person at the Embassy in Hanoi. We do not accept cash payments by post.
Read all sections of the passport application form to make sure you've filled it out correctly, including photo requirements and how to get it witnessed properly.