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Indian Embassy for Ireland - Address / Phone Number



Indian Embassy for Ireland

Indian Embassy in Ireland

Address: 6 Leeson Park, Dublin 6
City: Dublin (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT 0 hours)
Tel.: 1 497 0806/ 01 4970987
Fax: 01 497 8074 
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.30
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.30 – 12.00 (submission), 16.00 – 17.00 (collection)

Indian Embassy ensures all co-nationals protection against the violation of their fundamental rights and the limitation or privation of their personal freedom. They also ensure emergency assistance; help in locating family members, inheritance procedures initiated abroad and for the repatriation of mortal remains. The consular services include:

  • Registry
  • Health and economic assistance
  • Repatriation and repatriation for health reasons
  • Consular protection
  • Citizenship
  • Military service
  • Notary services
  • Electoral services
  • Passports
  • Pensions
  • Civil status
  • Study
  • Visas, etc.

Indian citizens holding handwritten passports with pasted photos or passports with 20-year validity are considered to be in possession of non-Machine Readable Passports (non-MRPs). The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), has set a deadline of 24th November 2015 for globally phasing out all non-MRPs. Government of India have started issuing Machine Readable Passports (MRPs) since 2001 and all new Indian passports are ICAO-compliant MRP passports. Indian citizens holding handwritten passports as well as 20-year validity passports with validty beyond 24th November 2015 should apply for re-issue of passport and obtain MRP passports well before the deadline in order to avoid any inconvenience in obtaining foreign visa or problems in immigration.

Emergency Passports - this Service is no longer available in the Embassy as all Indian Passports are now required to be printed, which is done centrally in New Delhi and has a processing time of 6-8 weeks.

All applications for Duplicate passports have to be made in person at the Embassy after on-line registration and completion of application forms; postal applications will not be accepted

Note: The Consular Officer may ask for any other supporting documentation as may be required after scrutiny of application/interview with applicant.

Processing Time: Two Months from the date of submission in Embassy.

Persons wishing to visit India as tourists, or for meeting friends and relatives, will be given six months tourist visas. Tourist visas are non-extendable and non-convertible. Double or multiple entry tourist visas should be applied for if the applicants wish to also travel to neighbouring countries and return through India.

In case of emergency or extreme urgency, visas can be granted within three working days, if the visa officer is convinced of the genuineness of the need. In such cases, an additional visa fee (Express Visa Fee) of Euro 50 will be charged, over and above the applicable visa fee indicated above. This facility is available only to Irish passport holders.

NOTE: Fees are to be paid by a crossed postal order/bank draft in Euros, drawn in favour of Embassy of India, Dublin and payable in Dublin. Credit cards, cheques, cash, or payments in other currencies, are not acceptable.

Applicants for OCI Cards may please note that due to the large number of applications being received, the processing time for issue of the Cards could be up to three months from the date of submission of the applications in the Embassy. In case applicants plan to travel to India within the three months period, they are advised to apply for an Indian visa for their visit and apply for the OCI Card upon their return from India.

OCI card holders travelling to India are advised to carry the Passport containing U Visa Sticker and OCI card to avoid problems at Immigration Check Points in India. In case a registered OCI cardholder has obtained a new passport, he/she should carry the passport containing U visa sticker, new passport and OCI card on all visits to India. Alternatively, Miscellaneous Services can be availed for transfer of U Visa Sticker to new passport for which the procedure is the same as for a new OCI Card application, including the time taken for the processing.

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